On March 6th, 3030 will be opening its doors to a celebration of Toronto’s craft scene, and the introduction of ildsjel, a new collective incubator for small businesses focused on arts and culture. 

Toronto is a city booming with creative people, and we want to bring them together in the best way: with a party. Check out a selection of local artists and makers displaying their work, plus, enjoy some local tunes with performances by the Commoners, Chase Cameron, and a solo-performance by JJ of JJ and the Pillars. Then take home the music with live 7’’ records, recorded and mixed live, cut by Monotype Audio, and sold after the show. If you’re working on a project and are looking for people to collaborate with, or if you’re interested in starting one, come by get acquainted over some food, a drink, and some great music!

Chase Cameron




Old James




The Commoners