Sunday, December 31, 2023

Goodbye 2023 hello New Years Eve in Toronto

Toronto has quite the celebration planned for Dec 31, 2023 as we welcome baby 2024 to the family. The following information is from the City's website.

"Ring in 2024 with the largest fireworks display in Canada at midnight, visible from anywhere with a view of Toronto’s inner harbour. The celebration begins at 10 p.m. with DJs Sofia Fly (opens in new window) and Cozmic Cat (opens in new window), followed by the countdown co-hosted by world-renowned drag entertainer Tynomi Banks (opens in new window) and award winning performer and producer Sedina Fiati (opens in new window) at 11:30 p.m.

Pop-up participatory dance performances led by the Dance Together Festival (opens in new window) are available leading up to the fireworks at these locations along Toronto’s downtown waterfront:

Sherbourne Common, 61 Dockside Dr. (opens in new window)
Exhibition Common at Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay W. (opens in new window)
Toronto Music Garden, 476 Queens Quay W. (opens in new window)

Alternative viewing locations with audio broadcast along the waterfront include:

Sugar Beach Park, 11 Dockside Dr. (opens in new window)
Harbour Square Park, 25 Queens Quay W. (opens in new window)
HTO Park, 339 Queens Quay W. (opens in new window)
Little Norway Park, 659 Queens Quay W. (opens in new window)

Prefer to party at home? Tune in to a livestream of the event (opens in new window).

There are no fireworks at City Hall or Nathan Phillips Square, but the glittering lights and skating at Nathan Phillips Square can be enjoyed until 10 p.m. before heading down to the waterfront to watch the fireworks."

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