Walk Off The Earth will headline Toronto's New Year's Eve celebrations

Dec 14 2016, 9:39 pm

Kick off your New Year with the City of Toronto and Walk off The Earth.

December 31 at Nathan Phillips Square will feature free entertainment, national talent recognizing cultural diversity, and a DJ skate party.

Live musical performances on the big night include 2016 JUNO Awards Group of the Year Walk Off The Earth, award-winning Mexican/Canadian artist Boogat, Canadian/Jamaican reggae artists Exco Levi and High Priest, and soul/pop singer and songwriter Nefe. The skating party will feature DJ Shub, formerly of A Tribe Called Red.

“Canada 150 is going to be an opportunity for all of us to share our pride for our city and our country. All year long we are going to celebrate with ‘TO Canada with Love’ events across the city beginning on New Year’s Eve,” said Mayor John Tory in a media release.

“The generous funding from the Province of Ontario and Government of Canada will help create free and accessible cultural events and will help us make our existing City-produced events even better for residents and visitors to enjoy.”

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