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Including Museum of the Moon at the Bentway, Carly Rae Jepsen, Massive Attack, The B-52's, Kensington Market Jazz Festival, Canzine and Toronto Garlic Festival
UK artist Luke Jerram’s massive spherical moon installation goes on display downtown as the Bentway transforms into an open-air planetarium. (If it looks familiar, that’s because another one of the artist’s moons was up at Aga Khan Museum this summer.) This week-long event, which marks the Apollo moon landing’s 50th anniversary, culminates on September 14 with an evening of music and food. The lineup includes performances by Choir! Choir! Choir! and Bernice, a silent disco with Rich Aucoin, moonlight meditations, moon-related film screenings and Moon Merge, a live podcast taping by Pondercast host Laurie Brown.
To September 15. 6 pm-11 pm. Free. thebentway.ca.
Kensington Market Jazz Festival
Molly Johnson’s DIY music fest sees more than 150 acts play at 23 venues.
September 13-15. Various prices. kensingtonjazz.com.
The B-52’s, OMD and Berlin
Kate Pierson, Cindy Wilson and Fred Schneider play a rare Toronto show as part of their 40th anniversary tour.
September 13. Sony Centre. Doors 6 pm. ticketmaster.ca.
Zine fest features over 200 artists, writers and vendors.
September 14. Art Gallery of Ontario. Noon-7 pm. Free. brokenpencil.com.
Trip-hop heavyweights celebrate Mezzanine’s 21st anniversary.
September 14. Sony Centre. 7 pm, all ages. $61-$230. ticketmaster.ca.
Carly Rae Jepsen
Despite a dedicated stanbase, the Canadian pop star rarely performs proper headlining concerts in Toronto. Expect a giddy crowd at her Dedicated tour.
September 14. Sony Centre. 8 pm. $40 and up. ticketmaster.ca.
Terry Fox Run/Walk
The 39th anniversary of Terry Fox’s marathon run for cancer takes place in neighbourhoods across the city.
September 15. Pre-register at terryfox.org/run
Toronto Garlic Festival
Pick up Ontario-grown garlic and sample dishes by local chefs at the 9th annual food fest.
September 15. Artscape Wychwood Barns. 9 am-5 pm. $5 (free for children under 12). torontogarlicfestival.ca.