After a four-year hiatus, one of Toronto’s longest-running street festivals makes a return. The Cabbagetown Festival kicks off this September with a fun-filled weekend of food, entertainment, and shopping. Here’s what to know.

For the first time since 2019, Toronto’s beloved Cabbagetown Festival’s return promises to be bigger than ever before. The highly anticipated street fest will take place all weekend long from September 9th to 11th.

Parliament Street from Gerrard Street to Wellesley Street, and Carlton Street up to Ontario Street will be taken over with local activations, vendors, food offerings, and more.

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Since being founded in 1976, The Cabbagetown Festival is considered one of the city’s longest-running and most beloved street festivals. And with its comeback, we can only expect it to be huge.

There will be live musical performances, and even a Kid’s Zone making this a family-friendly fest.

The list of vendors has yet to be released so we’ll keep you updated once it’s out.

Clear your schedule cause this is one event you would hate to miss.

The Cabbagetown Festival

When: September 9th from 11 AM to 8 PM and September 10th from 11 AM to 7 PM
Where: Parliament Street, Gerrard St to Wellesley St. Carlton Street up to Ontario