The lineup to the 2016 Manifesto Festival looks so fulfillingIt aims to unite, inspire, and empower through arts and culture.

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Aug 18, 2016

We've previously advised music festivals on how not to suck and now Canada's Manifesto Festival of Community & Culture is doing right by our guide.

The line-up for the 10th anniversary of the Toronto event has just been announced and over the span of 10 days, attendees will get to experience performances, keynotes, panel discussions, Q&As, workshops, and networking.

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Among other offerings, producer Boi-1da will kick off Day 1 with the festival's official launch party; social activist Desmond Cole, model Stacey McKenzie and Director X will speak and answer questions; panels like "Thriving Creatively in the Digital World" and "How To Stand Out Online" will look to educate attendees on social presence; a Southern-style menu will be offered at brunch; a series of DJ workshops curated for and by "Womyn, Non-Binary & All Queer Folks" will go down too; and Anderson .Paak, Kaytranada, BJ the Chicago Kid, Daniel Ceaser, Big Lean, and more are on schedule to perform.

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The 10th edition of the Manifesto Festival of Community & Culture will take place in Toronto from September 9 to 16.


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