Where: Parliament Street from Wellesley south to Gerrard, and Carlton Street from Berkeley to Parliament
When: September 10-11, 2016
Cost: Free Admission
Details: The Cabbagetown Festival returns once again, this year celebrating its historic 40th Birthday showcasing the very best of what the community has to offer. Pedestrians will enjoy delicious food from local restaurants, one-of-a-kind artisan vendors, a Children’s Fun Zone, a free morning of Pancakes, Classic Car Show and more! Festivities begin Saturday at 11am and continue until 10pm. The fun returns Sunday at 11am, winding down at 7pm.
Opening Ceremonies begin on Sept 10 at 11:30am at the corner of Carlton and Parliament. Hear the music, share the excitement and taste a special macaron presented by Daniel et Daniel with Fair Trade Jewellery. One lucky macaron holds the key to a limited edition 40th anniversary cabbage pendant from Fair Trade Jewellery.
Live music will continue over the two days with an eclectic group of bands playing up and down Parliament. Acts include the St. Jamestown Youth Steel Orchestra, Vincent Soars, Zed Head with Neil Chapman, Project Phoenix, Jim Heinemann Trio, Turbo Street Funk and more. TDot Batu will be closing the festival – they are a tightly knit Afro-Brazilian percussion batucada inspired by the power and dedicated to the study of the rich rhythmic tradition born out of the fusion of samba and reggae from Salvador, Bahia.
The Kids Zone is located at a new location this year – on Carlton, between Parliament and Berkeley. The Bouncy Castle, reptile show, arts and crafts table, balloon sculptor, face painting, a climbing wall and hopscotch will keep them active. Free popcorn will be provided both days of the festival.
More Info: @Cabbagetown_BIA www.cabbagetownTO.com