The dynamic and ever-changing metropolis and the capital of the province of Ontario - Toronto is a melting pot of cultures. With a major section of the populatio" /> The dynamic and ever-changing metropolis and the capital of the province of Ontario - Toronto is a melting pot of cultures. With a major section of the populatio" />

8 Festivals in Toronto You Should Checkout

When can festivals happen again in Toronto? Well they are back and it time to enjoy them!

The dynamic and ever-changing metropolis and the capital of the province of Ontario – Toronto is a melting pot of cultures. With a major section of the population being first-generation immigrants, Toronto boasts of being one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world.
That is what makes it one of the most sought-after tourist destinations across the whole of Canada – there is something for everybody, and you rarely feel like an outsider, as you explore the city and its wide range of cultures.
And if you’re someone who likes to explore a place through its various festivals, Toronto has an unending variety of cultural engagements that’ll leave you with enriching experiences. 

Then you’re in luck! The country is getting back on its feet pretty quickly, and most festivals are being organized. 
Our list will illuminate the fact why festivals are important in our life, how festivals promote culture, and how festivals unite us.

After going through our list, you will be more than ready to fill your itinerary with some of the most memorable experiences in the city.

Here we go!

1. LuminatoMeashas-Gospel-Brunch-Cassandra-Popescu

Toronto’s International Festival of Arts and Ideas, the Luminato Festival, is an annual celebration of various arts in the city. This giant of a festival has presented over 3,000 performances that have featured 11,000 plus artists from more than 40 countries around the world.

With world-class presentations, this festival is a must-visit for lovers of art!

Taste-Danforth-Cheerleaders2. Taste of the Danforth

The largest street festival in Canada, Taste of the Danforth attracts around 1.6 million attendees during its three days of celebration. 

It initially started as a celebration of Hellenic cuisine and culture but has now grown to become a celebration of Toronto’s multicultural offerings. The prices of food items are generally quite reasonable, they usually don’t cost more than $6.

If Toronto’s palate could be expressed through a festival, The Taste of the Danforth would be it. 

3. Ukrainian Festival


The Bloor West Village Toronto Ukrainian Festival welcomes you to come and enjoy everything the Ukrainian culture has to offer. Discover Ukrainian culture in Canada and share the Ukrainianspirit at North America’s largest Ukrainian Street Festival. In 2022 and in our 26th edition we are returning to Bloor West Village. Stay tuned for more information.

North America’s largest Ukrainian Festival and this year celebrating its 26th annual edition of amazing Ukrainian culture

4. Toronto Caribbean Carnival

A festival that boasts of being the largest one in North America, the Toronto Caribbean Carnival is a grand and magnificent celebration of Caribbean Toronto-Caribbean-festivalculture and traditions, that has been attracting over 1.3 million visitors each year. 

Quite a few events occur during the festivities celebrating Caribbean culture, that include the Parade of Bands, theatre plays, and fashion shows.
If you like culture, and you like parties… Boy, are you going to love this exuberant festival!

5. Cabbagetown Festival

A festival that offers something for everybody, the Cabbagetown Festival boasts amazing food, powerful bands, and jazzy ensembles. The festival will take place in September 2022.
Their list of entertainers and activities will keep you engaged for the whole day, where all your visual, audio, and gastronomical needs will be taken care of.

A perfect example of how festivals bring us together, the Cabbagetown Festival will leave you wanting for more, as you wander the festival grounds and experience something new every hour.

6. Just for Laughs

Here is a festival that’ll have you rolling on the floor and laughing for 11 days straight. For 2022 the festival will be from September 22nd to October 1st.
Hosting some of the funniest comedians in the world, Just For Laughs is a celebration of comedy that has been making people forget their worries for decades now.

Just make sure that you empty your bladder before you enter your favorite comedian’s show. That way, you’ll be able to laugh without a care in the world!

7. Toronto Comic Arts Festival (TCAF)

Toronto also hosts one of the world’s largest festivals dedicated to comic book appreciation.
TCAF aims to put the spotlight on alternative and independent comics, although they also include other creative arts besides comics as well.

Unlike other traditional comic book festivals, TCAF focuses on independent comic book creators and artists.
And to make things even better, the festival is free to enter! Now isn’t that the best thing for comic book lovers?

8. Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF)

Last on the list, but not the least, is the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).
Toronto-film-festivalThe Toronto International Film Festival boasts of being one of the largest publicly attended film festivals in the whole world, which attracts more than 480,000 people each year.
Cinema buffs will get to witness top-notch films selected by one of the most well-respected juries in the entire globe. What better way to celebrate life, than being at a festival that’s all about reflection, introspection, and celebration. Don’t forget to be a part of TIFF, when you visit Toronto.

If you truly believe that cinema can change the world, then the Toronto International Film Festival will surely make a difference.

Visiting Toronto can be an hectic affair if you haven’t planned your trip properly. That is why, you have SpotEv, where you can gather the information you need, at the right time, at the right place.
Follow this list to get a head start in discovering the magnanimous metropolis. And if you’d like to read about exciting culinary experiences in the city of Toronto, you can read our following articles here. 

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