The start of warm weather and in-person festivals calls for a celebration in Toronto, and what better way to do that than a big collective happy dance? Green Space Festival is back in Toronto for Pride Month and it’s a free, all-ages dance party where everyone is welcome.

The best in drag and DJ talent will provide the entertainment and soundtrack for the four-day event, which will run from June 23 to 26.

The dance parties are described as “the best alfresco parties with enticing music, queery performances, delicious food and drinks, and a whole lot of love.”

“With an exceptional lineup of world-class DJs, legendary performers, international and local drag queen royalty and more, this festival is a prominent and dominant feature of pride month festivities in Toronto.”

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Green Space is in support of The 519, a city-run organization dedicated to the “health, happiness, and full participation” of the LGBTQ2S+ community, according to its website.

All of the funds raised through the festival support The 519 and its year-round programs.

Each day of the festival has a different theme, starting with Starry Night on Thursday, June 23, followed by One World: Afro House Edition, Lipstick Jungle, and Treehouse Party.

The event will be held at Barbara Hall Park, which is a green space on Church St north of Wellesley St East.


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The park also has a fenced-in splash pad where you can cool off after you bust a move.

There’s so much fun to be had during Pride Month in Toronto, including a free pop-up drag picnic and all kinds of street-wide events, rallies, and more.

And if you love the idea of dancing the day away in the name of Pride, Green Space Festival is not one to miss!

Green Space Festival

Where: Barbara Hall Park, 519 Church St
When: June 23-26, 2022