Great food with rhythmic music and boomin’ bouncy castles sounds like the perfect combination of activities to spend a weekend indulging in.
And you’re in luck, because Toronto’s Cabbagetown Festival is returning, and it’s bringing all the goods.
- This upcoming farm dinner features gourmet chefs fighting climate change
- Popular Parkdale burger spot Harry’s Charbroiled is closing
- Dundas West is hosting a massive street celebration this weekend
The event takes place the second weekend of September, on both the seventh and the eighth, and will feature all-ages entertainment.
We’re talkin’ music, dancing, and the “Cabbagepatch,” where kids can enjoy a pirate ship, bouncy castles, and drag-queen storytime.
Over 100 vendors and organizations fill the streets for the annual festival hawking street eats and locally made products.
Look forward to seeing neighbourhood staples like Daniel et Daniel, Fancy Franks, Kingyo, Saigon-Pai, and others dishing out everything from ice cream to poutine.
As always, the event is free to attend. So ’round up your friends and family and hit those Cabbagetown streets.
When: September 7 and 8, 2019
Where: Cabbagetown – Parliament Street from Wellesley to Gerrard, Carlton Street from Ontario to Parliament