Dusk Dances 2022, a celebration of outdoor dance, will take place from Aug. 7 to 14 at Withrow Park, located south of Danforth Avenue between Carlaw and Logan avenues. Dusk Dances 2022 is curated by Lead Curator Sofi Gudino, and
The Toronto Fringe Festival will return July 6-17, 2022 in-person with 100 shows at 11 venues featuring dance, comedy, musicals, and solo shows. Six of these shows will be dance shows! They are listed below: Between Root and Bloom ZESTCreative
Following two years of lockdown from the pandemic, the Toronto Caribbean Carnival finally returns. Celebrating the 55th anniversary of the Grande Parade which was first gifted to Canada by the Caribbean Community during Canada’s centennial celebrations, the Toronto Caribbean Carnival
The Canada One Family Network invites all Canadians to participate and celebrate in a free invigorating cultural exchange as part of Asian Heritage Culture Festival for the 20th Asian Heritage Month Anniversary. Asian Heritage is culturally broad and immensely diverse.
Seniors participate in a seated dance class from their own homes every day at 11pm EST. This program started more than a decade ago by Dancing with Parkinsons and went online during the Lockdowns. The classes are open to all
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
A Bollywood Fusion group, Shadow Entertainment from Mississauga, made it to the Semi-Finals of Canada’s Got Talent. Many members are first-generation Canadians, so their routines often incorporate fusion elements while authentically presenting South Asian dance styles including: Bollywood, Kathak, Bharatanatyam,
The Renegades dance crew from Toronto recently auditioned on Canada’s Got Talent and brought the entire audience as well as all four judges to their feet. In fact the judges decided to break the rules and award this crew a
After going virtual for two years, the TD Salsa on St. Clair Street Festival finally returns to St. Clair Avenue this summer with a lineup of savory Latin food, sizzling entertainment and non-stop dancing in the heart of mid-town Toronto .
The Toronto Bellydancer Gabriela Carnovale has raised funding to install a large billboard on a Toronto street reminding us all about and important attitude: LOVE. You can visit it anytime until January 17th on the southeast corner of Dufferin and