Los Salvajes – Havana’s #1 reggaeton crew, direct from Cuba.
Both Havanarte Productions and CCFA Toronto are having a Fundraiser to send a 20 foot container to Cuba. There will be 90 wheelchairs going to Havana hospitals and 96 Pentium computers going to the University of Havana. Lula Lounge has generously donated the space for this event.
Admission: $20 for adults / $10 for seniors and students – an all ages event
Monetary Donations given to help pay for the container can receive a charitable tax receipt.
For parking tips: Click to see more. And also, more about Los Salvajes
The first major Cuban reaggeton group ever to perform in Toronto -Los Salvajes totally dominated the streets of Havana in 2009 with their mega-hit “Si Se Va A Formar Que Se Forme.” Former members of the Eddie K. band, Los Salvajes add keyboards and vocals to their dynamic live presentation of the music known today as ‘Cubaton.” They are visiting Canada after touring Europe and South America with a great success launching a new CD . Los Salvajes is considered the most popular regaetton group in Havana today.
Parking at Lula
Many Lula Lounge patrons will be aware of recent changes to the parking regulations in our area. These changes have now gone into effect. There is still some pay-and-display parking on Dundas Street West near Lula.. The cost for this is $1.50 per hour until 9pm, after which it is free. Despite the changes, parking on the blocks a couple to the west of us remains unaffected.
There are also some new pay-and-display spots on side streets abutting Dundas Street West – Sheridan Avenue, Brock Avenue, Marguereta Street, and St. Clarens Avenue.
The nearest Green P parking lot – at 9 Bonar Place, a 5-minute walk from Lula just north of College Street between Sheridan and Dufferin.
Peter’s No Frills at the corner of Lansdowne and Dundas has also generously allowed us to offer free parking after 10pm. Cars must be parked at the south end of the lot and be moved by 4am. .