Toronto is getting a huge nighttime street festival for the winter solstice
Now that all the colourful leaves have fallen off the trees and we've seen our first fall of snow, it means that winter is just around the corner. It's time to start digging out our winter apparel and brace for the cold but not before celebrating the longest night of the year.
Later this month, Toronto is getting a huge night festival to celebrate the winter solstice.
32nd Winter Solstice is back in #kensingtonmarket on December 21. We are closing down the streets of Kensington from 6:00PM-9:30PM for a neighbourhood celebration. Our shops will be open late, performers will be on the streets as we celebrate the return of light @RedPepperSpecta pic.twitter.com/rzUKJFklcn— Kensington Market BIA (@Kensington_BIA) December 3, 2021
Red Pepper Spectacle will be shutting down the streets of Kensington Market for the night for the 32nd annual festival. The streets of the neighbourhood will be full of live performances and dances to mark the longest night of the year.
Unfortunately due to new restrictions, the event has been canceled this year.
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