Toronto wing festival

Toronto Wing Festival is back this summer

Local chicken wing fanatics can breathe a sigh of relief as the Toronto Wing Festival has announced its return for another season. Going down at the Daniels Spectrum on September 12 and 13, the festival pits a host of Toronto pubs against one another in a battle for wing supremacy.

This is the 4th annual edition of the charitable event, which supports the Rotary Club of Toronto Skyline. Last year's event drew 2,000 people out, with a whopping 5,000 pounds of wings served over the course of two days. Live entertainment is also planned in addition to the outright wing-eating carnage.

Admission is $30 (sold in time slots), which gains you entry as well as 10 wing tickets (don't worry, you can buy more). Remember, it's for charity. So eat your drums and flats while giving back.

Photo by Morris Lum


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