AFROFEST is the largest free African festival in North America and celebrates the beauty and diversity of African music and culture. Through our programming over the years, AFROFEST has become one of the most important African cultural events in Canada
The International Association of Blacks in Dance (IABD) is hosting their 33rd annual conference in Toronto, Canada in 2023 at the Sheraton Centre Toronto. The conference, entitled “GLOBALLY CONNECTED: WHAT DOES OUR TOMORROW HOLD?” will take place over a four-day
AFROFEST is the largest free African festival in North America and celebrates the beauty and diversity of African music and culture. Celebrating its 34th year, Afrofest is will have over 45 performances, 70+ vendors and over 120,000 visitors over the
Hot Docs at Home now offers premieres of new feature docs such as BEYOND MOVING directly from the web for a modest fee. BEYOND MOVING – Now Playing Follow the remarkable journey of Siphe November, who left his small township in South
An International Dance Education Expo to showcase African, Indian, Middle Eastern, Latin and Japanese Dance Styles in Ajax Ontario. 2:30 pm – 2:50 pm Bharathanatyam Dance Workshop by Arunodhaya Dance Academy Bharatanatyam (one of the oldest Indian Classical Dance forms) workshop
At Discover Dance the public will be introduced to some of Toronto’s incredible dance artists during a free lunchtime series. Hosted by the award-winning choreographer Nova Bhattacharya of Nova Dance, Discover Dance is an hour packed with dance and conversation.
Fall for Dance North (FFDN) proudly presents an eclectic and acclaimed line-up of world-class companies and artists, October 2 – 6, 2018 at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, all for only $15 for any seat in the house.
Dancing on the Pier is back for its fourth year of hot live bands, inspiring dance instructors and movement you won’t find anywhere else. And it’s all free! July 3: Jump, Jive an’ Wail with the Toronto All-Star Big Band
This year’s Toronto African Dance Festival takes place Sunday August 14, 2011 at Nathan Phillips Square. With live performances from local and international artists, the festival will include an African Safari Marketplace, Arts & Craft Sale and food. Below is some
The 8th annual Toronto African Dance Festival, a celebration of African dance, music & culture, takes place this Sunday at Nathan Phillips Square from 3pm until 9pm. Celebrate African arts and culture at this free event packed with dance workshops and performances from