Nuit Blanche Guide

All you need to know about our Nuit Blanche coverage

This year's Nuit Blanche is upon us, with over 110 installations spread across the city for our view pleasure. The 2013 event officially got underway at 6:51pm, so as people begin to head out into the night to take in the grand spectacle, here's a last minute roundup of our various preview guides and instructions on how to participate in our coverage tonight and beyond. The weather forecast looks crappy post-midnight, so this might be a good year to head out early and/or plan to hit up some of the indoor exhibit as the night wears on. For other tips and highlights, read on.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN OUR 2013 COVERAGE

Instagram

Tag your 2013 Nuit Blanche photos on Instagram with #NBblogTO, and we'll seek them out. We'll highlight the best submissions on the homepage after the event wraps up.

Flickr

To add photos using Flickr, all you need to do is add them to the blogTO group. Should you want them considered for inclusion in our post-event slideshows, please upload at a minimum of 2048 pixels.

Twitter

Tweet your photos, observations, jokes, gripes and updates about lineups to our main @blogto account with the hashtag #NBblogTO and we'll retweet the best ones to our over 200,000 followers.

GUIDES TO NUIT BLANCHE 2013

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Food and Drink

Have fun out there everyone!

Photo by enian 82 in the blogTO Flickr pool.


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