The Cavalcade of Lights Festival will bathe Nathan Phillips Square in light again this year, transforming City Hall and its surroundings into a dazzling wonderland every night during the the holiday season.
There will be a glittering 58-foot Christmas tree and skating events as always, plus new light installations inspired by cultural festivals. Explore tunnels of light, discover glowing ice sculptures in an enchanted forest and enjoy a luminous garden lantern display.
On Opening Day (Saturday, November 27, 3:00-11 :00pm), there will be performances and activities, both on land and on ice!
- Tree Lighting Ceremony (YouTube link available here)
- Music performances
- Dance performances
- Ice skating performances
- Live ice sculpture carving
- Circus arts performances
Note: This year’s Cavalcade of Lights will not include a fireworks display. Skating and ice sculptures are weather-dependent.
Cavalcade of Lights
When: November 27, 2021 – January 7, 2022, 5:00-11:00 pm. Opening Day: November 27, 3:00-11 :00pm
Where: Nathan Phillips Square, 100 Queen Street West, Toronto
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