New York’s famous day-time dance party makes it way to Toronto this weekend. The party, started by Lee Burridge and Matthew Dekay, has been a staple success, stemming from a rooftop in Brooklyn, to making waves all around the world. An experience that brings the good vibes and positivity embedded in a musical journey will take place in Toronto for the first time this Sunday, July 17th. With a line up of Yokoo, Matthew Dekay and Lee Burridge, your Sunday should have 8 hours of absolute bliss as we soak in the summer sun at Fork York, an open space ground famous for its historical background and lately for its open ground events.

From New York to Los Angeles, ADID has influenced many who’ve joined its party, shaped by Lee Burridge’s presence and Matthew Dekay’s technical skill behind the music. But like most events these days, ADID isn’t entirely focused on the music, but instead wish to deliver an atmosphere that compliments the sounds coming out from it. Intricate care has been given to crafting the stage design and making sure the audience is immersed in a harmonious vibe, through sound and physical installations. Take a look at some of the behind-the-scenes of the stage design, which will be brought in from New York to Toronto.

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