TORONTO INTERNATIONAL BUSKERFEST FOR EPILEPSY
20th Anniversary Year is Back in The Beach Neighbourhood
Bringing Epilepsy Awareness, Entertainment and FUN to
Woodbine Park over Labour Day Weekend!
We are proud to announce that the 20th annual Toronto International BuskerFest for Epilepsy will once again take place in Woodbine Park in The Beach, serving up non-stop, action-packed, fun-filled entertainment over the Labour Day weekend, Friday August 30 through Monday September 2.
Now in its milestone 20th year, the event is widely recognized as one of the best and biggest street performer festivals in North America, and the largest epilepsy awareness event in the world! Since its inception in 2000, the Toronto International BuskerFest has featured hundreds of the best street performers from around the globe, hosted millions of amazed spectators and helped raise much-needed funds for Epilepsy Toronto through visitors’ donations at the gate.
“For 20 years BuskerFest has been bringing people from across Toronto to enjoy world class performers in support of an amazing cause. This year I am happy that they have chosen to come back to Woodbine Park so our Beaches East-York community can enjoy the festivities for another weekend.” – Councillor Bradford
Join comedians, escape-artists, sword-swallowers, musicians, magicians, fire jugglers, acrobats, aerial artists, clowns and daredevils; over a hundred of the most extraordinary street performers on earth, as they descend upon Woodbine Park for some serious fun! Admission by donation to Epilepsy Toronto. Prepare to be amazed!
Toronto International BuskerFest for Epilepsy
Dates: Friday August 30 – Monday, September 2, 2019
Times: Aug. 30 (12pm – 10pm); Aug 31 (11am – 11pm); Sept 1 (11am – 10pm); Sept 2 (11am – 8pm)
Location: Woodbine Park, in The Beach, 1695 Queen St. E. (Coxwell Ave. at Lakeshore Blvd. E.)
Admission by Donation to Epilepsy Toronto
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