FAQ

Are you looking for volunteers?

Occasionally we do need an extra set of hands at short notice for flyer distribution, admin tasks, driving, etc. If you would like to be considered for our volunteer team, please send an e-mail to torontoburlesquefestival2@gmail.com with the subject “Volunteers: [Your name here].” Please let us know if you are a burlesque artist, a short summary of your skills and experience, your contact number, and availability. We look forward to hearing from you!

How can I perform in the festival?

Applications for TBF 2018 have closed for this year – keep a lookout for TBF 2019 in Winter 2018!

How can I get a media pass?

If you are a journalist for a mainstream media publication or broadcast you may be eligible for a media pass. Please contact at torontoburlesquefestival2@gmail.com

Can I take photos at the festival?

Photography of our shows is only permitted by our official in-house photography team and approved media guests.

How can I sit with my friends who also have VIP tickets?

The best way to guarantee you get to sit with your group is purchasing tickets at the same time or have the same individual purchase the tickets. You can purchase tickets here.

Is there a dress code for the shows?

While there is no strict dress code, most people do dress up in vintage, pin up, and cocktail looks.  We tend to find that those who dress up get more enjoyment from our events.

Are the venues wheelchair accessible?

Revival Bar (Thursday, July 26th & Sunday, July 29th) is unfortunately not wheelchair accessible. For more information on this venue, you can check out their website here.

The MOD Club (Friday, July 27th & Saturday, July 28th – early & late show) is wheelchair accessible. For more information on this venue, you can check out their website here.