THE CITY 🌃 PRIDE TORONTO! Information and sign up! 

At 2pm on Sunday June 25 from the corner of Church St and Bloor St all the way down Yonge St to Yonge-Dundas Square, Toronto’s LGBTTIQQ2SA communities will show that Love is Love, no matter what!

PRIDE TORONTO PARADE

Go glitz & glam. Be colourful and creative. Go big. And have fun! Pride Toronto expects everyone to behave with openness, respect, and support. After all, the Pride Parade is not only about Pride in your community, but celebrating diversity and the variety of life in Toronto while respecting differences amongst its citizens and visitors, and creating an inclusive experience for all.

The streetfair is pretty big every year and it’s a good way to get thousands of people to buy or see what you are putting out into the world

Spaces are limited and demand is high, so get in now to be one of the many Marketplace, Community Fair, and Food vendors lining the streets of the festival site.

Pride 2017 Streetfair Dates and Times:

Friday June 23 – 7 PM to 2 AM

Saturday June 24 – 12 PM to 2AM

Sunday June 25 – 12 PM to 11 PM

Questions? Email the Streetfair Team at streetfair@pridetoronto.com

Pride Toronto is committed to showcasing amazing talent on our stages. We are looking for the biggest and the brightest stars to help make our 2017 festival even better. If you are a singer, a DJ, a busker, a dancer or (something we haven’t thought about). We would love to hear from you! Please complete the form below and let us know a bit about yourself. Please note: While we would love to have everyone perform at the festival we do have a limited number of performer spaces ➡️

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeVfIhb9Jd1GvjW0G3TOpbE6wRYM2F3URTWHC3D_79AIBrY3w/viewform

PRIDE TORONTO

Where to eat: Grab a bite to eat at any of the numerous street food vendors lining the street. For pub grub, get a seat and a plate of nachos on the patio at O’Grady’s (518 Church Street) or The Churchmouse & Firkin (475 Church Street). More upscale dining can be found at Church Bistro (555 Church Street), Lola’s Kitchen (634 Church Street), or Sambucas on Church (489 Church Street).
Where to drink: There’s no shortage of places to drink in The Village, and even more so during Pride when beverage gardens spring up all along Church Street. Head to The Green Space on Church beside The 519 Community Centre, where the beer tents and outdoor dance floor always draw a big crowd. Drop in at Crews & Tangos (508 Church Street) to enjoy live drag entertainment, or chill out with a pint on the patio. Across the street, Woody’s (467 Church Street) is a local institution with hot bartenders serving up cold drinks.
Where to party: The parties during Toronto Pride are legendary. At The Green Space on Church, there’s a different party happening every day from July 1 to the July 3, including Lipstick Jungle after the Dyke March and Disco, Disco after the parade. If you feel like a change of scenery, simply walk down Church Street where you can always find live music and DJ’s stirring up fun. And make sure to check out Fly 2.0 nightclub (6 Gloucester Street), whose go-go dancers, strobe lights and fist-pumping music have earned it a legendary reputation and numerous Best Dance Club in Toronto awards

➡️ If you have questions please contact the Parade Team at ➡️ parade@pridetoronto.com

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