Vendors at Harbourfront Centre for Ritmo y Color: The Streets of Mexico


Have you ever wanted to visit Mexico? Well, now you can! Come down to Harbourfront Centre on July 15–17 to experience our Ritmo y Color: The Streets of Mexico festival. Ritmo y Color is a Latin American Festival now in its 11th edition. This year we’re exploring the streets of Mexico City, bursting with Mexican culture and the smells of delicious …

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Harbourfront Centre at the 55th Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition


This weekend, swing by Nathan Phillips Square to see our Craft & Design Studio Artists-in-Residence at Canada’s largest outdoor contemporary art fair! Their work in metal, glass, ceramic, and textiles are crowd and juror favourites at the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition. Craft & Design at Harbourfront Centre is a dynamic axis point for contemporary craft in Canada and an integral …

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Take a musical trip around the globe with the Summer Music in the Garden series


After a cold and unpredictable winter (and spring!) summer is finally here! Summer in Toronto brings many things such as beautiful weather and festivals. It’s a nice change of pace and a chance to slow down, relax and enjoy being outdoors in the city. Harbourfront Centre is bringing all of these great elements together with the return of the Summer …

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Celebrate Canada Day at Harbourfront Centre all weekend long

Fire Works - Harbourfront Centre - Canada Day 2015 - Photo Credit Brian Medina

Harbourfront Centre is excited to celebrate our amazing country this Canada Day. We’re known for being a country that celebrates our differences with a rich and multi-faceted cultural mosaic, which is reflected in our line-up filled with concerts, activities and other exciting events that will remind you why being Canadian is awesome. Our musical acts are the highlight of the weekend and …

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Vendors at Harbourfront Centre for Future Routes

Future Routes

Welcome to Future Routes! It has been said that our future is informed and inspired by our past and that’s what our Future Routes Festival (July 8–10) is about. Forging new paths by taking inspiration from traditional roots and techniques and using them to create new ideas. There are many vendors at the Lakeview Market that have taken inspiration from traditional …

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Switch up your date night at Harbourfront Centre

Dancing on the Pier - Photo Courtesy of Harbourfront Centre

Summer is short, so why wait for the weekend to enjoy time with the one you love? Weekends start Wednesdays at Harbourfront Centre so turn mid-week dates into the new tradition and make the most of summer with your special someone. The return of Free Flicks and Dancing on the Pier means you can ditch the typical “dinner and a …

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Vendors at Harbourfront Centre for Canada Day Weekend


Canada Day is almost here, and it’s time to celebrate all of the things that make our nation great. Come and join us at Harbourfront Centre as we celebrate the opening of the Lakeview Market and the World Café and of course, Canada’s birthday on July 1–3! Enjoy a day full of great music, fun, food, shopping and relaxation along the beautiful Toronto …

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Six Harbourfront Centre shows nominated for the 2016 Dora Awards


The nominees for the 2016 Dora Awards have been announced and we are thrilled that six shows from our 2015-16 performing arts programmes were nominated. With four from NextSteps and two from World Stage, the ten total nominations include: Outstanding Touring Production, Outstanding Performance – Ensemble and Outstanding Performance – Male, among others. Harbourfront Centre is also proud to host …

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Book a staycation, May 27-29, for the return of Barbados on the Water


Pack your day bag! The best of Barbados is coming to Toronto’s waterfront May 27–29 for the return of Barbados on the Water, the largest celebration of Barbadian culture in Canada. This year, Barbados commemorates 50 years of Independence. In recognition of this milestone, we’ve put together a jam packed weekend dedicated to celebrating the beautiful Barbadian culture and its …

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Swan Lake Syndrome! (or how smoking and modern dance saved my life)


By Linnea Swan From Many Peoples, Strength (The Official Motto of Saskatchewan) I am a prairie girl, through and through. I grew up in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and had what most would consider a privileged childhood. I had a loving family with parents who had the will and the means to let me rigorously pursue my passion for dance from a …

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