PARTYNEXTDOOR

Sat Aug 3 2024

1:00 PM (Doors 1:00 PM)

Cabana Pool Bar

11 Polson Street Toronto, ON M5A 1A4

$66.55

Ages 19+

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PARTYNEXTDOOR
Saturday August 3, 2024
Cabana Pool Bar
Doors: 1:00PM

This is a LEGAL AGE 19+ / RAIN OR SHINE event. Valid photo ID required.  

Event tickets are general admission. All price tiers allow the same access. 
ALL SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS.

**PLEASE NOTE** There is a delivery delay in place for your ticket purchase. Tickets will be delivered separately via email, and can also be accessed through your TicketWeb account closer to the event date.
If you have not received or cannot access your tickets within 48 hours of your event date, please contact help@ticketweb.ca for assistance.

For bottle service inquiries please visit: https://cabanapoolbar.com/vipservice/

Net Capacity: 3,000

INK ENTERTAINMENT PRESENTS
PARTYNEXTDOOR

  • PARTYNEXTDOOR

    PARTYNEXTDOOR

    Urban Adult Contemporary

    By now, the name PartyNextDoor is far from new. The Canada-born, Grammy nominated
    singer/songwriter/producer made history as the first artist ever signed to Drake’s OVO Sound imprint. For
    over a decade, PND has brought his undeniable talent to the forefront—as a prolific songwriter for the
    likes of Rihanna, Kanye West, Drake, and many others—while also crafting his own epic works. His
    sound has consistently met at the intersection of R&B and Hip-Hop, as he brings a sharp and intricate
    wordplay into his songwriting. He has songs for the party, for the woman you meet at the party, for the
    love that comes after, and for the inevitable heartbreak. PartyNextDoor is a star with a song for every
    mood, and that’s his superpower.
    The gateway drug to PND’s next level fandom came from his Grammy nominated single “Come And See
    Me,” which to date is certified Triple Platinum. It’s been up ever since. His projects have all shown a
    gradual progression and evolution for PartyNextDoor, though his upcoming release PARTYNEXTDOOR
    FOUR (4) proves to be his most intimate project yet.
    During the four years in between his two projects [2020’s Partymobile and the upcoming
    PARTYNEXTDOOR FOUR (4)], PND had a lot of life to live. He turned 30 during that time, which
    sparked a lot of self-actualizations and realizations. “There was just so much going on,” he explains. “I
    had to just sit back and experience all of it before I made any music about it.” There were expectations
    that he had by the time he reached 30, yet life took a different path. While in a relationship, he expected
    to become a father too, as a part of that plan he had mapped out for his life. But life doesn’t always work
    out that way, and it was a lesson that had to be learned. In addition, he found it harder to create while he
    was in love. “I was just so wrapped up in my relationship, that I didn’t even have time in mind to make
    music,” he explains. “And even if I did, then it would have to be about the person I was with.” Once that
    ended, he took stock of his life. He ultimately reached a point where he had to get back to work, for the
    sake of his own creativity. “Once I started to feel a disconnect from my previous work, that’s when I knew
    I had to get back into the studio,” he expresses. “Because I no longer felt the way I did when I recorded
    those older songs, and I wanted to update people on what’s going on now.” He took a trip to the
    Bahamas, where he made a mood board of concepts and feelings. He started writing songs again,
    tapping into the emotions that he was feeling, since that’s always been his safe place to express himself.
    For PND, his transparency lies deep within the lyrics and the melodies, and that goes without saying once
    the play button is pressed. However, with PARTYNEXTDOOR FOUR (4) there’s an even deeper onus
    placed on the work, as he is an instrumental part of not just the songwriting, but the engineering and the
    production. “I was in the studio with (Noah “40” Shebib) and we were listening to some songs and
    something just didn’t sound right to me,” PND explains. “I kept saying that wasn’t it, until 40 let me grab
    the reigns, which was a big deal for me and showed how much respect 40 has for me. I appreciated that.”
    It was during that time, that PND had begun to realize he was in autopilot for longer than he cared to
    recognize before then. He was so adept at making hits, that he lost the excitement for the process. “I was
    feelin’ myself too much because eventually I didn’t even have to try,” he says with a laugh, though once
    he came back for his next project, he poured his all back into the process. “It was a tough lesson for me,”
    he admits. “I had to learn to put in a lot more effort than before if I wanted to write better than I ever have.”
    His connection to the music was amplified differently, where he realized that in order to tailor the songs to
    himself, he had to be the most hands on in the process. “It all comes down to quality control,” he adds.
    Once he felt so deeply connected to the songs, he had his own roadmap for how they sounded. “I learned
    to be more self-reliant,” he expresses, “so if I wanted a certain sound or a certain reverb, then I had to just
    do it myself. I’m thankful that I was given the opportunity to do that.” It was almost as if he returned to
    Step One, like a new artist with limited resources, where the only true resource was his own creativity,
    and he has let that be his compass as he steps into his new era.
    PartyNextDoor has entered into a new level in his artistry, reflected intimately in PARTYNEXTDOOR
    FOUR (4). “I’m in a good place right now, creatively,” he says matter of factly. “I’m doing what I love
    doing, expressing myself to the fullest, and being free to the fullest.”

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INK ENTERTAINMENT PRESENTS

PARTYNEXTDOOR

Sat Aug 3 2024 1:00 PM

(Doors 1:00 PM)

Cabana Pool Bar Toronto ON
PARTYNEXTDOOR

$66.55 Ages 19+

PARTYNEXTDOOR
Saturday August 3, 2024
Cabana Pool Bar
Doors: 1:00PM

This is a LEGAL AGE 19+ / RAIN OR SHINE event. Valid photo ID required.  

Event tickets are general admission. All price tiers allow the same access. 
ALL SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS.

**PLEASE NOTE** There is a delivery delay in place for your ticket purchase. Tickets will be delivered separately via email, and can also be accessed through your TicketWeb account closer to the event date.
If you have not received or cannot access your tickets within 48 hours of your event date, please contact help@ticketweb.ca for assistance.

For bottle service inquiries please visit: https://cabanapoolbar.com/vipservice/

Net Capacity: 3,000
PARTYNEXTDOOR

PARTYNEXTDOOR

Urban Adult Contemporary

By now, the name PartyNextDoor is far from new. The Canada-born, Grammy nominated
singer/songwriter/producer made history as the first artist ever signed to Drake’s OVO Sound imprint. For
over a decade, PND has brought his undeniable talent to the forefront—as a prolific songwriter for the
likes of Rihanna, Kanye West, Drake, and many others—while also crafting his own epic works. His
sound has consistently met at the intersection of R&B and Hip-Hop, as he brings a sharp and intricate
wordplay into his songwriting. He has songs for the party, for the woman you meet at the party, for the
love that comes after, and for the inevitable heartbreak. PartyNextDoor is a star with a song for every
mood, and that’s his superpower.
The gateway drug to PND’s next level fandom came from his Grammy nominated single “Come And See
Me,” which to date is certified Triple Platinum. It’s been up ever since. His projects have all shown a
gradual progression and evolution for PartyNextDoor, though his upcoming release PARTYNEXTDOOR
FOUR (4) proves to be his most intimate project yet.
During the four years in between his two projects [2020’s Partymobile and the upcoming
PARTYNEXTDOOR FOUR (4)], PND had a lot of life to live. He turned 30 during that time, which
sparked a lot of self-actualizations and realizations. “There was just so much going on,” he explains. “I
had to just sit back and experience all of it before I made any music about it.” There were expectations
that he had by the time he reached 30, yet life took a different path. While in a relationship, he expected
to become a father too, as a part of that plan he had mapped out for his life. But life doesn’t always work
out that way, and it was a lesson that had to be learned. In addition, he found it harder to create while he
was in love. “I was just so wrapped up in my relationship, that I didn’t even have time in mind to make
music,” he explains. “And even if I did, then it would have to be about the person I was with.” Once that
ended, he took stock of his life. He ultimately reached a point where he had to get back to work, for the
sake of his own creativity. “Once I started to feel a disconnect from my previous work, that’s when I knew
I had to get back into the studio,” he expresses. “Because I no longer felt the way I did when I recorded
those older songs, and I wanted to update people on what’s going on now.” He took a trip to the
Bahamas, where he made a mood board of concepts and feelings. He started writing songs again,
tapping into the emotions that he was feeling, since that’s always been his safe place to express himself.
For PND, his transparency lies deep within the lyrics and the melodies, and that goes without saying once
the play button is pressed. However, with PARTYNEXTDOOR FOUR (4) there’s an even deeper onus
placed on the work, as he is an instrumental part of not just the songwriting, but the engineering and the
production. “I was in the studio with (Noah “40” Shebib) and we were listening to some songs and
something just didn’t sound right to me,” PND explains. “I kept saying that wasn’t it, until 40 let me grab
the reigns, which was a big deal for me and showed how much respect 40 has for me. I appreciated that.”
It was during that time, that PND had begun to realize he was in autopilot for longer than he cared to
recognize before then. He was so adept at making hits, that he lost the excitement for the process. “I was
feelin’ myself too much because eventually I didn’t even have to try,” he says with a laugh, though once
he came back for his next project, he poured his all back into the process. “It was a tough lesson for me,”
he admits. “I had to learn to put in a lot more effort than before if I wanted to write better than I ever have.”
His connection to the music was amplified differently, where he realized that in order to tailor the songs to
himself, he had to be the most hands on in the process. “It all comes down to quality control,” he adds.
Once he felt so deeply connected to the songs, he had his own roadmap for how they sounded. “I learned
to be more self-reliant,” he expresses, “so if I wanted a certain sound or a certain reverb, then I had to just
do it myself. I’m thankful that I was given the opportunity to do that.” It was almost as if he returned to
Step One, like a new artist with limited resources, where the only true resource was his own creativity,
and he has let that be his compass as he steps into his new era.
PartyNextDoor has entered into a new level in his artistry, reflected intimately in PARTYNEXTDOOR
FOUR (4). “I’m in a good place right now, creatively,” he says matter of factly. “I’m doing what I love
doing, expressing myself to the fullest, and being free to the fullest.”

Please correct the information below.

Select ticket quantity.

Complete the security check.

Select Tickets

Ages 19+
limit 4 per person
GA5 General Admission (Tier 5)
Event tickets are general admission. All price tiers allow the same access.
On Sale
$66.55 ($50.00 + $16.55 fees)

Fees & Charges

Handling Fee
$3.75 A Handling Fee per transaction applies.

Delivery Method

eTickets

Terms & Conditions

This event is 19 and over. Any ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 19 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.