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DJ & Diva Central

DJ & Diva Central

Divas, DJs and dancers, oh my! DJ & Diva Central fires up for a full three days of programming at OLG Central Stage. In the heart of Toronto's Village neighbourhood, a parking lot is transformed into an open-air clubbing experience featuring a non-stop rotation of DJs and divas. Open from Friday 27 June to Sunday 29 June, "DJ & Diva Central" features DJ/Producers David Morales, Barry Harris, Quentin Harris, Hector Fonseca, Cajjmere Wray and a very special vocal performance by 'the original Weather Girl', Martha Wash.




• Alcohol Service
• Present ID for alcohol service (19 years of age and over)
• All ages welcome
• Free to attend event
• Accessible space

Event Date: June 28, 2014
Event Start Time: 2:00 PM
Event Location: OLG Central Stage Church & Maitland Streets, Toronto
Featuring At This Event

David Morales David Morales

David Morales is an internationally acclaimed Grammy-winning American house music DJ and producer. In addition to his production and DJ work, Morales is one of the most prolific remixers of all time, transforming many pop music songs into club-friendly dance tracks. Born in New York City, he is of Puerto Rican ancestry. He last appeared at Pride Toronto in 2006.

Quentin Harris Quentin Harris

Quentin Harris is a New York City-based house music producer, remixer and DJ. He is active in the gay, underground, and pop-dance music scenes. He was a headline performer for Blockorama in 2011. Best known for his 2005 club hit Let’s Be Young, Quentin Harris' singles include "Traveling" (2004), "Can't Stop" (2008, featuring Jason Walker) and "My Joy" (2008). In addition to solo productions, his many remixes include "Don't Forget about Us" by Mariah Carey (2005), "My Love" by Justin Timberlake (2006), and "I Refuse" by Aaron-Carl Ragland (2009). Quentin Harris' debut artist album, "No Politics", released in 2006, his second second album, "Sacrifice", in 2010.

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