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Fast in the 6

May 24, 2019

Fast in the 6 is a free evening of food, fun and fireworks, coinciding with Ramadan, to celebrate the diversity of our great city through the common experience of the breaking of the fast.

In addition to delicious food, the evening will also be filled with laughs, live music and fireworks.

The in-arena host for the Toronto Raptors, Mark Strong, will once again host the evening. Mo Amer, star of the Netflix comedy special, The Vagabond, returns for another year and Mayor John Tory will take the stage to say a few words. The evening of celebration in the Square will also include music from Quebecois singer, Andee, and rapper and songwriter, Raz.


Dundas West Fest

June 7 - June 8, 2019

Join us as The Dundas West Fest celebrates the vibrant community by highlighting much of what it is has to offer.

The fun begins with a Friday night market, featuring over 40 licensed patios, more than 200 unique local vendors, and music performances.

Saturday's attractions include a full day of concerts in five distinct areas, visual art exhibits, dance workshops, painting, vendors, patios, crafts and kids activities as well as an array of street food inspired by the rich cultural heritage of this dynamic neighborhood.


House of Mirrors at Luminato

June 7 - June 23, 2019

House of Mirrors is a reality-bending, sensory-altering, mind-dizzying experience that has enchanted audiences across the southern hemisphere. Sitting at over 12.5ft and weighing in at over 55 tonnes, this reflective wonder makes its North American debut, taking Toronto by storm, simultaneously mesmerizing, disorienting and delighting Luminato audiences.

Optical illusions meet vanity in this house-sized kaleidoscope where reflections are fragmented: shadow, ghost, stranger, or is it just you? Nothing is what it seems as you stumble around thousands of bewildering reflections.

Seeing is believing... or is it?