Things are going to be lit this holiday season, particularly at the highly anticipated Toronto Christmas Market, which is officially opening its doors next week.
Returning to this year’s Market is the 50-foot Christmas tree donated by Forests Ontario, the iconic Ferris wheel and carousel, European-style cabins selling hundreds of unique and locally handcrafted products, festive foods and warm and spirited beverages.
And not to be forgotten is the non-stop entertainment – more than 400 stage performances including carolers, choirs, dancers, brass bands, countless elves and the big man himself, Santa Claus.
But more importantly, the market’s magical 100-foot long light tunnel is back among its many attractions.
The light tunnel concept came from Christmas Market founder Mathew Rosenblatt and was brought to life by Beth Edney of Designs by the Yard. And it’s truly a sight to see.
Be sure to catch it when the market opens on November 15.
When: Thursday, November 15 to Sunday, December 23 – *closed on Mondays.
Where: The Distillery District, 55 Mill Street
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