Rum & Rhythm Benefit – Ultimate Caribbean Epicurean Experience

Rum Rhythm


What makes this year’s event so exciting is that we’re hosting it at the Ripley’s Aquarium – that in itself is worth the price of admission! (Single ticket $125; 2 – 9 tickets are $110 each; Groups of 10+ are $105 each.

Included are all taxes, service fees on, entrance to the Ripley’s Aquarium for a private viewing and ALL your food, music, beverages, spirits and entertainment for the evening.  Now where else can you find that on a Thursday night in downtown Toronto!


The Rum & Rhythm Benefit supports both the CTO Scholarship Foundation and the Caribbean SickKids Initiative, helping children with cancer and blood disorders receive treatment in the Caribbean and is also supported by the Sandals Foundation.   Since this is a fundraiser, there will be a silent auction throughout the evening.  Tickets can be booked online at Rum & Rhythm Toronto. 



– Sample award winning Rums and authentic Caribbean cuisine

– Explore beneath the sea at the new Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada

– Support the CTO Foundation and the Sandals Foundation/SickKids-Caribbean initiative

– Participate in a silent auction

– Grand prize giveaways and an evening of surprises

– Costume Event Themed “Caribbean Sea”


And as if that’s not enough …. The Hotel Intercontinental on Front St, right next door to Ripley’s Aquarium has given us preferred rates of $169 per night for a Deluxe King Room.  Just go to or call the hotel at 1-800-235-4670 to reserve and ask for Rum Rhythm.


If anyone is interested in Corporate Rates or Sponsorship have them call me directly.  These makes great gifts, incentives and employee/client appreciation rewards – oh and did I mention – it’s a COSTUME event themed: The Caribbean Sea.  How appropriate for this venue! Grand prizes provided by WestJet Vacations, Magdalena Beach Resort in Tobago AND the first 250 to sign up on will be in a special draw at 7 pm in the lobby of the aquarium on Oct 30th. The winner must be present to win an All Inclusive trip for two to a Sandals Resort destination.  


Our target audience:  urbanites and suburbanites, professionals, 35 – 60+, who enjoy culture, theatre, music, fine foods, wine, spirits and support charities …. 


A GREAT evening for a WORTHY cause!! 


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