On Saturday, November 29, the Cavalcade of Lights in Nathan Phillips Square, a long-standing Toronto holiday tradition will come to life for another year. Featuring lights, music, and great food, it is a great way to kick off the holiday season!
This year’s Cavalcade of Lights has several prominent musical performers, including fantastic Canadian artists such as Kardinal Offishall, Kellylee Evans, Maestro Fresh Wes, and Shad. The Collective Elite Dancers will also be dancing up a storm with performers who have been featured on television shows such as So You Think You Can Dance Canada. A huge fireworks display will go off at around 8:20. The infamous Nathan Phillips Square skating rink will be open throughout the festivities, with DJ Grouch spinning some tunes starting at 9:30 PM. And, of course, what everyone has all been waiting for, the lighting of Toronto’s official Christmas tree, will start things off at 7:15!
The Cavalcade of Lights is one of Toronto’s most exciting annual events. It only happens one night each year so don’t miss out!