Long Winter Fair Toronto

Long Winter throws frozen West Queen West street fair

Long Winter Fair's first West Queen West street party was troubled by extreme cold on Friday night, but nothing could stop the the music and art carnival spilling from The Great Hall out over Queen Street West, the Theatre Centre, and 99 Sudbury.

Snacks and hot drinks kept winter-braving crowds going as they celebrated the series' expansion and took in art installations and live sets by LIDS, Bruce Peninsula, The Cybertronc Spree, STACEY, Hush Pup, The Beverleys, Dead Tired, Eucalyptus, Nautiluss, and more.

Check out 25 moments from the festival's first venue spanning night in our photo gallery.


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