Thursday, June 28, 2018

Union Summer 2018

They are building the market and you will come by the tens of thousands because this is the major public transportation hub for all of Toronto and it is hard to miss. Forget last years umbrellas and tents, this year they are installing a giant, wooden beam complex. TD presents Union Summer in the Sir John A Macdonald Plaza from July 1 to August 19 (11am to 9pm). Goose Island craft brewery will even have a licensed bar area for truly epic patio people watching as over 300,000 people drop by Canada's largest transportation hub every day.
Food vendors like Union Chicken, Amano Pasta and the Carbon Bar, musical performances and film screenings will fill 50 consecutive days of programming which will showcase local talent, culture and spirit. Daily features will include Folk Music Ontario Mondays, Highlights from Wavelengths Festival on Tuesdays, Live from City Hall every Wednesday afternoon and Wednesday Outdoor Movie Nights, Thursdays' TD Festival previews and DJ 'Nooner', TD Music Fridays and Saturdays' Young Artists Showcase along with Weekend Children's Programming with the Design Exchange.

"Union is truly becoming a destination in the heart of the city where people can find the best of Toronto," said Lawrence Zucker, President & CEO of Osmington, who is responsible for the retail development at Union Station. "Be it the latest food trends, breakout performances, a movie under the stars, or just a drink with friends – think of Union as your garden patio oasis this summer."

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