Toronto’s 2024 New Year’s Eve Celebrations

Toronto’s 2024 New Year’s Eve Celebrations

In contrast to previous years, City Hall and Nathan Phillips Square will not host a fireworks show. However, holiday lighting displays and public skating will be available until 10 PM on December 31st.

If you're unsure where to catch the fireworks, the City of Toronto recommends Sugar Beach Park, Little Norway Park, or HTO Park along Toronto's inner harbor for optimal viewing.

For those averse to the cold but still keen on catching the midnight countdown, the City of Toronto Culture Youtube Channel will livestream the event.

Concerned about transportation between locations? The TTC is providing free service throughout the night, commencing at 7 PM on December 31st, 2023, and concluding at 8 AM on January 1st, 2024.
Seasons Christmas Show 2023

Seasons Christmas Show 2023

The Seasons Christmas Show presents a diverse selection of stylish handmade and crafted treasures catering to food enthusiasts, trend followers, home design enthusiasts, and anyone embracing the holiday spirit. At the Makeful Market, visitors can find distinctive offerings like candle planters filled with succulents, delectable chocolate art, hand balm sanitizers, and a variety of other unique items, all crafted by local artisans and makers. Additionally, the Seasons Stage showcases skilled decorators, chefs, and stylists, bringing forth a variety
Pan American Food and Music Festival

Pan American Food and Music Festival

The Pan American Food and Music Festival is Canada’s largest annual festival celebrating the rich diversity of cuisine, music, and art in the Western Hemisphere.

Join us for the eleventh year. Admission is FREE.

PANAM FEST supports  the cultural identity shared among Canadians and the 41 other countries of North, Central and South America and the Caribbean. It is produced by ArtsXplosion, a non-profit cultural organization based in Toronto.
Canadian Tulip Festival 2023

Canadian Tulip Festival 2023

Each year, Canada’s most vibrant Festival attracts over 650,000 visitors from around the world to celebrate the return of spring and take in the showcase of tulips across Ottawa and its national capital region. Our millions of tulips set the stage for a celebration of authentic art, cultural, historic, culinary and family tulip experiences.
Over 11 days each May, the Canadian Tulip Festival celebrates the seasonal flower’s beauty and its historic ties to Canada’s capital. The outdoor event takes place at Commissioners Park, where over 300,000 tulips bloom alongside the Rideau Canal's picturesque Dows Lake. Access to the site and select programming is free!