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Want to throw a music, art or fundraising event at the Gladstone?
As part of a B-Corporation commitment to social engagement and responsibility, The Gladstone Hotel works with community partners and artists on a host of cultural events, from Pride parties to trivia nights. If you have a proposal for a cultural-events partnership, please out our partnership request form.
Grolsch Spaces x The Gladstone Hotel
The second edition of Grolsch Spaces will take place at the Gladstone on August 16
RSVP does NOT guarantee entry. Once venue is at capacity we will not be allowed to admit people on the list. Early arrival is STRONGLY recommended. See you there!
Twist is multi-instrumentalist, producer, and front-woman Laura Hermiston. She began Twist while working closely with Brian Borcherdt (Holy Fuck) as lead producer. In 2016, Twist signed with Buzz Records. They have done nation-wide tours and festival circuits, and have released 2 records. Twist has been topping indie charts, CBC radio, and has millions of monthly listeners on Spotify. Guitarist, Matthew Buckberrough, and Bassist, Patrick Grant are a huge part of Twist- co-writing, arranging, and touring.
Sportsfan formed in Toronto in the summer of 2015 when four best friends found themselves craving air conditioning. What started as an excuse to drink beer and be around each other more, became a list of songs that desired to be heard by more than those dicking around the halls of the Rehearsal Factory.
Since forming, Sportsfan have released two EPs “Bad Summer” (2016) and “Holy Hell” (2017) (with accompanying sold out release shows) that have been compiled and pressed to vinyl, been featured on Global News for their viral-ish Blue Jays song “Stroman”, opened sold out shows for the Lemon Twigs at the Horseshoe Tavern and Whitney at The Danforth Music Hall, and have had a feature in The Toronto Star. Sportsfan released “Extended Plays” on coke-bottle green vinyl as well as cassette Friday, February 2nd, with an accompanying sold out release show at the Smiling Buddha as well as an in-store at Sonic Boom Records in Toronto. Most importantly, they’ve made their parents proud.