From Sweden with Love – ITALOVE Performs in Toronto!

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Our PROMO video!

I have to plug my event on this blog, as I am bringing a sensational Swedish act to Toronto, ITALOVE!! I am excited to announce this event and hope to bring even more Swedish artists. Please come and relive the 80s!!!

Revival Music presents A Totally Rad Throwback Thursday Retro 80s Party, an affiliate WorldPride 2014 event during PRIDEWeek, with honorary guest DJ BPM from California who will take you back to the 80s and spin sweet sounds from the Euro/Italo Disco, Eurobeat, Synth-Pop, HiNRG, New Wave, and Nu Italo genres.

Featuring special performances by international Nu Italo Disco stars:

Italove from Sweden

TQ from the U.S.

Showcased in this video of their hot single, “Rhythm of Love”!

Guest performance by Synthgo from Toronto

Hosted by musical and voice talent, Mel Maghuyop, from the King and I and Miss Saigon

Come for a totally 80s experience and win fun door prizes, shake your booty to 80s beats, watch our exciting GOGO dancers and entertainers, and groove to a fresh style of Electronic Dance Music – Nu Italo!

If you are unfamiliar with Nu Italo, it’s because it’s a rare find to hear this style music in the Toronto dance scene. A melodic, catchy and synth-based genre. Nu Italo is based on Italo Disco and has a definite 80s flavor that originates from Europe. Notable artists include Modern Talking, Bad Boys Blue, Fancy, Savage, Ken Laszlo and Fred Ventura. This music is sure to make you sing and dance like no one else is around!

Thursday, June 26, 2014
Doors open at 9 pm
HURRY, TICKETS WILL GO FAST AS THIS IS A VERY UNIQUE EVENT AND MUSIC GENRE!
$40 Pre-Sale Online or $50 At the Door

Please LIKE our Revival Music Facebook page for upcoming Italo Disco events!

Part of the proceeds will go to the Stop A Bully organization, which helps to end bullying abuse in Canada by safely and anonymously reporting bullying to school and government officials, an extremely important issue for LGBT youth.

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