There are infinite ways to soak up the summer in Toronto this month, one of them being a free beachside festival! Luminato Woodbine Weekend kicks off this Friday and it’ll be jam-packed with concerts, art showcases, food vendors, and more.
“Launch your summer with two days of fabulous free music, art, conversation and food when we transform Woodbine Park into a magical urban fairground,” the description says.
“Enjoy delicious food and drink, fun parades and sweet surprises, to celebrate the communities and cultures of the region.”
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Visitors will be treated to free concerts all weekend long, featuring reggae artist Horace Andy and the Hardcore Band, Indigenous MC and 2022 Juno Award-winning DJ Shub presents War Club Live, Sudan Archives who just performed at Coachella, Ukraine’s GO_A Ґоу_Ей, and many more.
There will also be various installations, films, Indigenous powwow performances and immersive audio dramas.
The festival grounds are just steps from the beach, so you can hang out in the sand or play a game of beach volleyball in between concerts.
With the first day of summer just around the corner, this is the perfect way to ring in the new season here in Toronto. Let’s hope for plenty of sunshine!
Luminato Woodbine Weekend
When: June 18 & 19, 2022
Where: Woodbine Park, 1695 Queen St E
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