Get ready to embrace the wonderful and exciting Polynesian culture at the annual Aloha Fest in Toronto. Dance, eat and learn more about what the island of Hawaii has to offer this July. Here’s what to know.

For one day only, Toronto will get to experience the best of Hawaiian culture through live music, free performances and more.

Toronto’s AlohaFest is back this summer at Mel Lastman Square and is sure to bring the heat.

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The beloved festival aims to ”educate the Greater Toronto community about the Aloha spirit by uniting the multiple hula hālau (hula schools) and other Polynesian-inspired organizations and businesses to showcase Polynesian culture, art and dance,” according to its website.

It’s said to be one of the only places in Toronto where you can experience authentic Hawaiian cuisine, including the most popular dishes and unique treats.

Expect showcases from various hālaus and dance groups from Toronto and surrounding areas.

Also check out their Aloha Marketplace for some much-needed shopping and delicious eats.

Looks like you won’t have to book a trip of travel too far to enjoy a taste of the tropics this summer.

Toronto has it all this summer!

Aloha Fest Toronto

When: July 20th, 2024 – 11 AM to 7 PM
Where: Mel Lastman Square – 5100 Yonge St, North York, ON
Cost: Free