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Queen West Art Crawl Main Stage Music and Kid zone

In-person

Comedy Music Performance Singing Indigenous
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Date and time

Location

Trinity Bellwoods Park (inner city neighbourhood)

790 Queen Street West

Toronto, ON

Access

Free, and accepts optional pay-what-you-may donations for admission.

Offered in English, Anishnaabemowim, French, and Arabic.

Wheelchair accessible, has gender-neutral washrooms, and is a relaxed performance.

About

MAIN STAGE - Music Acts (solo or groups) plus live drag queen performances both days). Featuring Juno nominated bands, as well as emerging artists, in genres ranging from R&B, dance, indie rock, world music and blues.

September 23rd 2023

12:00pm

Opening Ceremonies Indigenous blessing

Speeches local officials

12:30pm

Drag Performance

1:00

Reggaddiction

2:00

The Vaudevillians

4:00

Drag & Comedy

5:00

Sandy Duperval

September 24rd 2023

12:00pm

PoorMan's High

1:00pm

Malayka

3:00 pm

Brock Stonefish

4:00pm

Drag & Comedy

5:00pm

Tocani

*Kid zone check out our website for times and activities*

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Organizer

Queen West Art Crawl

Queen West Art Crawl Festival Celebrating our 20th Anniversary and Ontario Culture Days

For 20 years The Queen West Art Crawl festival has provided barrier free / low barrier community access to artists and the arts, creating a family friendly environment allowing discovery and crosspollination in the heart of Toronto's West Queen West and surrounding neighborhoods. We believe that this environment fosters a vital sense of connection within the community and gives artists a space to learn from each other and grow their practice. This year the festival will be held in Trinity Bellwoods Park September 23-24th 2023 In Park and Online.

Our festival focuses around three main projects, an Outdoor Art Exhibition, a Main Stage providing professional music concerts and drag performances, and a Kids' Zone with art activities and children's entertainment: along with food stalls and a beer tent. As well, special projects, such as live mural paintings, art walks, and tent talks, give each year's festival a different flavor, and increases our presence along Queen Street West and as a major festival in Ontario.