RBC House Kicks It Off For TIFF With Special Performance By HAIM

RBC House in partnership with Live Nation, provides unforgettable concert experiences, premiere parties, film junkets, and panel discussions during the festival. 
TORONTO, ON - SEPTEMBER 06: Alana Haim, Danielle Haim and Este Haim host a special performance at RBC House on September 6, 2018 in Toronto, Canada. (Photo by Sonia Recchia/Getty Images for RBC)

The Toronto International Film Festival is finally in town and if you’re in the market for some incredible live performances, well-curated assortment of films and parties, this is the place to be.

For all the music and art lovers out there, RBC House provides unforgettable concert experiences, premiere parties, film junkets, and panel discussions during the festival.

To celebrate the first night of TIFF, RBCxMusic hosted an intimate performance by an American pop rock band HAIM. The three sisters performed some of their top hits and even surprised fans with a cover of Shania Twain’s hit, “That Don’t Impress Me Much.”

As part of the festival, RBC House is a bespoke experience for their clients and guests, offering VIP access to top celebrities and creators steps away from the red carpet.
Here’s what RBC house is offering for TIFF 2018:

  • Nine exclusive TIFF film parties, featuring Hollywood’s hottest stars
  • Three RBCxMusic events featuring local and international artists
  • Film junkets for stars and creators of TIFF-featured films.
  • Three Coffee with Creators Panels (co-sponsored by Nespresso), offering media and select guests an insider look at how TIFF films were brought to the screen.

Have you checked out the festival yet? Let us know in the comment section.

Featured image: Instagram/ @Sonia Recchia, Getty Images for RBC

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