The Cabbagetown Festival will kick off with exhilarating opening ceremonies, have loads of things for the kids to do, entertain all ages with music and more and end with a closing surprise you will be itching to take part in. Learn more below.
Check out our festival video with highlights from a past year by clicking here. Bring your family and friends and do not forget to share your experience on social media tagging @Cabbagetown_BIA and using #CabbagetownFestival.
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Live Music & Entertainment
Sponsor Thank You
Over 100 vendors and organizations fill the streets of Cabbagetown Festival. Discover the range of festival eats, special Made In Canada products and more!
Cabbagetown Festival 2018 Opening Ceremonies, Saturday September 8th, start with a band led march at 11am. Join the band at one of two starting points, (Wellesley and Parliament OR Gerrard and Parliament). The two bands will march toward Parliament and Carlton for the 11:30am welcome and official cabbage cutting. AKA the slaying of the cabbage 😉
CABBAGEPATCH (Kids Area)
The Cabbagepatch is a great place for kids of all ages to have some fun at the festival. Along Carlton St, there will be 3 exciting bouncy castles, a stage featuring family-friendly performances, as well as free balloons and popcorn.
Dotting the streets, live musicians entertain festival goers year to year with an eclectic mix of beats. Whether you like RnB, rock, orjazz, there will be something for every music lover.
An exciting display of percussive mastery, join in on the dancing as TDot Batu marks the end of the festival by marching through the streets.
Cabbagetown Festival is more than a street festival, but rather a myriad of events. From the film festival to Blair’s Run and special free classes, there is so much to do! Click below to find out about some of the great events happening during this exciting week.
Starting Saturday September 8th at 6am and remaining closed until Sunday September 9th at 9pm, road closures will include Parliament from Wellesely to Gerrard and Carlton from Ontario to Parliament. East/west traffic on Wellesley and Gerrard Streets will not be disrupted. Traffic on Ontario will not be disrupted.
THANK YOU TO OUR 2018 SPONSORS!
2018 sponsorship opportunities are still available. Any and all questions should be emailed to Cabbagetown Festival Producer Meagan Madill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bill Morneau & Nancy McCain