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07/24/2016 Youth Day Toronto 2016 Downtown Free

Youth Day Toronto is a free family festival celebrating our young aspiring artists and showcasing their music, dance, art, photography, fashion and film. Including a unique Yonge Street closure, YD|TO16 features a vibrant Vendor Market with delicious foods, creative artisans, and informative community organizations. Join dignitaries and first responders for our traditional moment of silence at 6:00pm to remember the youth we have lost to violence. After, numerous celebrity performers lend their time during the day to encourage our young performers, and to round off the festival with the headliner closing the venue by 11:00pm. Be part of it: perform; volunteer; or be a corporate champion - for everyone to enjoy.

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