It’s time for some Christmas cheer.
The City of Toronto annual free Christmas Concert returns on Friday, December 20, at city hall.
“Enjoy Christmas carols and seasonal favourites performed by the internationally acclaimed Toronto Mass Choir, Toronto Beaches Children’s & Youth Chorus, Pan Fantasy Steelband, and Tower Brass at Toronto city hall,” reads the city’s website.
“The event will also feature a reading by Toronto Poet Laureate, A.F. Moritz, and a special guest appearance by Santa Claus. Bring your voice and carol at one of city hall’s longest-running traditions, happening every year since the building opened in 1965.”
Mayor John Tory and city councillors are expected to be at the event, which is hosting its 54th annual year.
Join @JohnTory & Councillors for a #CityofTO tradition, the 54th annual Christmas Concert on Dec 20, held every year since City Hall opened in 1965. Holiday Toy & Food Drive bins will be available. Seating is limited. Details: https://t.co/RlKiGSkNp9 #TOXmasConcert@311Toronto pic.twitter.com/1VHF6mhG1Z
— City of Toronto (@cityoftoronto) December 18, 2019
And it’s one last chance to see Santa!
Where: Toronto City Hall — 100 Queen Street West
When: December 20 at noon to 1 pm