The Sunday street parties we know and love are officially coming back to Kensington Market. Pedestrian Sundays return for the season this Sunday, May 28th, and will continue well into the fall.

On the last Sunday of every month for the next several months, Toronto’s most eccentric neighbourhood will host a street-wide celebration of community and culture.

“The streets of Kensington Market are yours and open in celebration on throughout the market,” says the description.

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“Human beings feel at their best in vibrant, human scale, friendly environments. Pedestrian Sundays allows us all to flourish in just such a space.”

In years past, Pedestrian Sundays have attracted huge crowds for their lively atmosphere and good vibes.

The sounds of live music and smells of street food fill the air and visitors are treated to live performances, entertainment, art showcases, and displays from local creators.

It’s one of many beloved festivals that the city can look forward to returning this year, including Smorgasburg, Taste of Little Italy, and Canada Day in Nathan Phillips Square, just to name a few.

It’s safe to say that our city is an incredible place to be this time of year, and we’re feeling pretty darn grateful.


Where: Kensington Market
When: May 28th, June 25th, July 30th, August 27th, September 24th & October 29th, 2023