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09/10/2016 Jesus in the City Parade Downtown Free

The Jesus in the City Parade is a live musical street pageant of Floats, Banners & International Gospel Music in a striking display of worship and arts, showcasing some of Toronto's cultural, artistic and musical diversity. Floats staging live bands and choirs move along downtown streets. Banners of the books of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation are raised as participants wearing Bible costumes and colorful parade T-shirts sing and dance spreading the message of hope, love, peace and joy. Thousands enthusiastically celebrate love for God and love for people through music, the arts and culture on downtown streets once a year.

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