The organizers of Toronto's Field Trip Music & Arts Festival say the event is going on a temporary hiatus with the goal of returning in 2020, but the reason for the hiatus is still something of a mystery.
Holiday Fair in the Square, in support of Epilepsy Toronto, is back and bigger than ever and the fair will be running from December 1 to 23 at Nathan Phillips Square.
Toronto-born Naomi Campbell is taking over immediately from Josephine Ridge
Now in its 8th year, AfroChic will take place over two days for the first time, July 14-15, and feature headliner DJ Lo Down Loretta Brown, aka Ms. Erykah Badu
Lawyer and activist Amal Clooney takes part in an onstage interview with journalist Nick Clooney (yes, he’s her father-in-law) to discuss the world’s most pressing human rights issues.
Giant Beach Ball Installation Announced for Redpath Waterfront Festival, presented by Billy Bishop Airport
Though not quite as large as last summer's rubber duck, the festival anticipates this year's activation will make just as big of a splash.
Vote for DAY PLAYERS. #SupportCanadianTalent. The film follows the story of six up-and-coming actors as they struggle with the day-to-day hardships of working – or not working – as an actor in Toronto.
Following the presentation of the federal budget for 2018-2019, Festivals and Major Events Canada (FAME) is disappointed that the federal government did not see fit to support the development and growth of the event industry at this time.
The Government of Canada provides financial assistance to promote Canadian artists to the world
As arts fans in Vancouver well know, festival season isn’t just for summertime: our town hosts a plethora of midwinter events that liven up the coldest, darkest days of the year and aim to pull you away from your couch.