The 13th annual Luminato Festival returns to Toronto this June.
From June 7 to 23, the multi-arts and multi-platform event will take over the city for 17 days of free and ticketed programming.
This year guests can look forward to an impressive lineup that includes a larger-than-life mirrored maze and provocative new work by one of Canada’s most renowned puppet masters, and even a massive choral event along Toronto’s waterfront.
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One of the highly anticipated attractions is House of Mirrors, which is an “awe-inspiring kaleidoscopic maze designed to mesmerize.”
Created by Australian artistic duo Christian Wagstaff and Keith Courtney, this “reality-bending, sensory-altering reflective wonder” is expected to be one of the hottest tickets of the summer.
Standing over 12.5 feet tall and weighing over 55 tonnes, House of Mirrors will make its Canadian debut at Exhibition Common at the Harbourfront Centre for all 17 days of the festival this June.
This June, Luminato will host over 165 Canadian and international artists, stage seven world premieres, two North American premieres, five original Luminato commissions and 88 performances in 14 venues across the city.