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What Nathan Phillips Square looks like for Panamania

Nathan Phillips Square has undergone a dramatic transformation for the Pan Am Games, as the central hub for Panamania, the arts and culture fest affiliated with the sporting event. Along with the main stage that has already hosted big names like Wyclef Jean and Death From Above 1979, Toronto's civic space has been outfitted with more patio space, food trucks, and a giant swing. It's all rather celebratory -- especially when the nightly fireworks go off.

Check out what Panamania looks like at Nathan Phillips Square.


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