The Ossington Avenue Strip, Between Queen Street West and Dundas Street West.
Saturday, July 22, 2017 from 1:00pm - 11:00pm
1:00 - 2:00 pm: Catch the exciting tail end of the Ossington Criterium (OSSCRIT)
2:00 - 11:00 pm: Live Music Performances every hour by bands such as The Celebration Army, Kunle, Asiko Afrobeat Ensemble and more
2:00 -11:00 pm: Silkscreen Workshops with Crywolf
2:00 - 7:00 pm: Basketball Training hosted by Reigning Champ
2:00 - 7:00 pm: Kid Zone
FREE for all ages.
MORE DETAILS: OSSFEST 2017
Back for a second year, meet us on Ossington on Saturday, July 22nd from 1:00 pm - 11:00 pm for OSSFEST 2017. This year, Ossington Avenue, between Queen and Dundas Street West, will be transformed with all the things that memorable summer weekends in the city are made of: shopping, dancing, live music, patios, eating, drinking and being merry. With free entrance throughout the entire strip, start the day off with the OSSCRIT international urban bike race, then enjoy two live music stages, a silkscreen workshop, basketball training, a fun-filled kid zone, giveaways and exclusive access to experiences you wouldn’t get anywhere else in Toronto. For more information, visit http://www.ossingtonbia.ca/upcoming-events.html
ABOUT the Ossington BIA
Founded in 2014, the Ossington Business Improvement Area (BIA) is a non-profit, municipal organization representing over 190 local business owners and operators on Ossington Avenue, between Queen Street and Dundas Street. A forward-thinking and tightknit community of creatives who have united in their love of the Ossington Strip and their desire to maintain the vibrant and varied vibe of the neighbourhood, their repeat customer-filled restaurants, eclectic coffee shops, craft cocktail-producing bars, unique retail outlets and fitness facilities are what breathe life into Ossington Avenue, making it the place to be for the city’s cool kids. The BIA believes in the power of unique small businesses to create a strip as loved as Ossington is and aims to share its unmatched energy with the rest of Toronto. They want everyone to truly understand why “meet me on Ossington” has become the common opener for first dates, late nights, Sunday shopping and birthday dinners. www.ossingtonbia.ca