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Peeks Toronto Caribbean Carnival


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25 British Columbia Rd.
Toronto, ON M6K 3C3
Canada

(??.? miles from you)

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Peeks Toronto Caribbean Carnival


(??.? miles from you)

25 British Columbia Rd.
Toronto, ON M6K 3C3
Canada


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Quirky Fun

Night Time Fun

Authentic Local Experience

Good Value

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Why You Should Go...

Experience the breathtaking festival of Canada's Celebration of Freedom and Diversity and join the incredible movement with #GoToCarnival

Attend the 51st celebration of Carnival in Toronto, a three-week cu

On July 27, celebrate the Caribbean culture in Toronto at the Carnival Ball, which brings together festival supporters, business and community leaders, artists, and influencers.

On August 2, visit the King and Queen Showcase from 7:00 PM until midnight at Allan A. Lamport Stadium, located at 1155 King Street West. The Kings, the Queens, and individuals of the carnival bands will unveil elaborately themed costumes highlighting the creative minds and imaginations of the designers.

On August 4, do not miss the Peeks Toronto Caribbean Carnival Grand Parade, beginning at 8:00 AM at Exhibition Place and Lakeshore Boulevard. This highlight of the annual festival is the largest event at the Carnival and attracts local, regional, national, and international attention from visitors and media.

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Why You Should Go...

Experience the breathtaking festival of Canada's Celebration of Freedom and Diversity and join the incredible movement with #GoToCarnival

Attend the 51st celebration of Carnival in Toronto, a three-week cultural explosion of Caribbean music, cuisine, revelry, and visual and performing arts.

On July 27, celebrate the Caribbean culture in Toronto at the Carnival Ball, which brings together festival supporters, business and community leaders, artists, and influencers.

On August 2, visit the King and Queen Showcase from 7:00 PM until midnight at Allan A. Lamport Stadium, located at 1155 King Street West. The Kings, the Queens, and individuals of the carnival bands will unveil elaborately themed costumes highlighting the creative minds and imaginations of the designers.

On August 4, do not miss the Peeks Toronto Caribbean Carnival Grand Parade, beginning at 8:00 AM at Exhibition Place and Lakeshore Boulevard. This highlight of the annual festival is the largest event at the Carnival and attracts local, regional, national, and international attention from visitors and media.

What You Should Know...

Open: Seasonally: July, August

Access: Public Transportation

Available: Restaurant, Concessions, Gift Shop

Extra Fun...

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Drink plenty of water and stay in the shade to avoid heat stroke. Wear comfortable shoes and be prepared for a day of walking, dancing, jumping and more walking.

Fun Facts

Approximately 15,000 people will play Mas in costume.

Twenty yards of fabric makes approximately eight costumes.

It takes about one year to design and construct the costumes for the Grand Parade.

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Why You Should Go...

Experience the breathtaking festival of Canada's Celebration of Freedom and Diversity and join the incredible movement with #GoToCarnival

Attend the 51st celebration of Carnival in Toronto, a three-week cultural explosion of Caribbean music, cuisine, revelry, and visual and performing arts.

On July 27, celebrate the Caribbean culture in Toronto at the Carnival Ball, which brings together festival supporters, business and community leaders, artists, and influencers.

On August 2, visit the King and Queen Showcase from 7:00 PM until midnight at Allan A. Lamport Stadium, located at 1155 King Street West. The Kings, the Queens, and individuals of the carnival bands will unveil elaborately themed costumes highlighting the creative minds and imaginations of the designers.

On August 4, do not miss the Peeks Toronto Caribbean Carnival Grand Parade, beginning at 8:00 AM at Exhibition Place and Lakeshore Boulevard. This highlight of the annual festival is the largest event at the Carnival and attracts local, regional, national, and international attention from visitors and media.

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What You Should Know...

Open: Seasonally: July, August

Access: Public Transportation

Available: Restaurant, Concessions, Gift Shop

How You Can Follow...

Extra Fun

Insider Info

Drink plenty of water and stay in the shade to avoid heat stroke. Wear comfortable shoes and be prepared for a day of walking, dancing, jumping and more walking.

Fun Facts

Approximately 15,000 people will play Mas in costume.

Twenty yards of fabric makes approximately eight costumes.

It takes about one year to design and construct the costumes for the Grand Parade.

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