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An Abundance of Festivals in Toronto this June

posted by: BW Plus Travel Hotel Toronto Airport on: May 30, 2014 08:00:57 PM

Anyone visiting Toronto this June will have a smorgasbord of festivals at their doorstep. Here’s a list of some of the biggest and best:

Luminato Festival | June 6 – 15
This international multi-arts festival transforms public spaces around Toronto into canvases for artists of all kinds to express themselves. With a spirit of inclusiveness and interactivity, its an arts festival like no other, perfect form anyone who wants to connect with their creative side.
North-by-Northeast | June 13 – 22
This incredible music, film and arts festival showcases more than 1000 performers over 10 days. You’ll see groundbreaking films, hear incredible new bands and see thought-provoking art from both local and international artists. Must-see acts at this year’s NXNE include synth-pop powerhouse Future Islands and experimental singer-songwriter St. Vincent.
2014 Toronto WorldPride Festival | June 20 – 29
Celebrate diversity at Toronto’s pride festival, which will be the first WorldPride celebration ever to take place in North America and only the 4th festival of its kind in the world. A wide variety of events take place throughout the festival including concerts, markets, parties, seminars and theatre productions.
Redpath Waterfront Festival | June 20 – 22
2 kilometers along Toronto’s waterfront are devoted to this sun-soaked festival featuring extreme water sports, a wine & spirit fair and a live music showcase. Big draws for this year’s fest include the Dock Dogs World Qualifying Championships, which showcases talented pooches doing all kinds of tricks, and the Flyboard North American Championships, a sport you have to see to believe!
If you’re heading to Toronto this June for any of these exciting festivals, the BEST WESTERN PLUS Travel Hotel would be pleased to provide you and your friends with affordable, modern Toronto Airport Hotel accommodations.
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