Toronto’s Yonge and Dundas Square will transform into the ultimate hub of all things Indonesian at this food festival. Expect the best of Indonesian culinary, products and cultural activities. Here are all the deets.

On Saturday, July 29th, the beloved square will host the Indonesian Food Festival from 10 AM to 5 PM.

You’ll have the chance to enjoy delicious foodie creations from 20 different food stalls and local vendors.

This annual cultural celebration is organized by the Indonesian Consulate General in Toronto, with the goal to unite the community in the city.

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According to organizers, it “aims to showcase the richness and diversity of Indonesian culture through food, music, dance, art and so much more.”

Along with the food and vendors come live music which will be held on stage. Catch traditional cultural and stage performances live, including the traditional martial arts of Pencak Silat, Bali and Javanese Gamelans, Saman Dance, and Angklung.

Oh! And the festival is free to attend!

So mark those calendars and make your way downtown this weekend – you won’t want to miss it.

Indonesian Food Festival

When:  July 29th, 2023 from 10 AM to 5 PM
Where: 1 Dundas Street East