Paint Nite: Seasons II


  • 2 hours long
  • Must be of legal drinking age to attend

C$40 per person
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The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist

A DREAMTEAM Paint Nite Event! #ARTISTOWNEDARTISTRUN Come join Paint Nite Toronto's very first Artist owned - Artist run team as we get creative in the heart of the city. Drink. Paint. Connect. Looking for something novel to do with friends to create new memories and share a few laughs over a cocktail or two at your local bistro? Our professional artist will guide you, step-by-step, from a blank canvas to a final unique masterpiece in about two hours. No matter whether you bring your friends or come by yourself, you can bet that you will meet plenty of other fun-seeking people from all over the city! *** Questions about your ticket, event, or the venue? Please contact Paint Nite customer service at info@paintnite.com ***

Your location

A photo of a Yaymaker Venue called Marche Restaurant - Yonge&Front located in Toronto, ON
Marche Restaurant - Yonge&Front

Marché is a marketplace-style restaurant located inside the spectacular Brookfield Place with 8 unique food stations, including Italian, Asian, Grill, Seafood, Green Island, Fruit Island, Beverage Bar, and a Café.  Getting here: Marché is located inside Brookfield Place near the Yonge & Front St. entrance.  Parking: Garage is accessible from Front St. & Wellington St. The usual weekend flat rate is $10 (subject to change)-  Bring your ticket with you to receive $5 when you spend over $20 at Marché.  TTC: Steps from King & Union Subway Stations & connected to the PATH.  

Your host

Yaymaker Host Jon Fedorsen located in Toronto, ON

Stick figures and puffy clouds be-damned; Jon cut his teeth at art drawing transformers, GI Joe figures, Garfield the cat and epic Star Wars battles as a wee lad.  Never one to be afraid of standing out from the crowd, Jon spent five years studying visual arts at Etobicoke School of the Arts before setting his sights on becoming a musician. After a decade spent travelling the country as a band sides-man, living the life and seeing things few ever get to see, he's finally gone back to his roots.  Now armed with both paintbrush and pint glass in either hand, Jon is excited at the chance to help spearhead the Toronto chapter of Yaymaker, and once again bring art back into the hands of where it truly belongs: the people!

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