MNFSTO Festival Vol 9 - Sept 16-20th

50 Days 70+ Artists and 1 city – The tagline that perfectly describes the variety and the unity that will be going down this weekend in the 6.

About the Festival from the organizers:

The critically-acclaimed Manifesto Festival of Community & Culture features an innovative program of events across the city, culminating in a massive free outdoor concert at Yonge & Dundas Square in the heart of downtown Toronto.

The festival brings together hundreds of artists and performers with thousands of attendees to unite, energize, support and celebrate Toronto’s vibrant and diverse music and arts community.

If you haven’t already, cancel all your other plans for this weekend! This is one of those Toronto weekends you just don’t wanna miss. Do you want to be a part of a Dance Crew battle? You can. Do you want to listen to the hottest DJs in the city? No problem. Do you wanna cop the latest and best in street fashion from local designers? Looks like that’s on the agenda too.

Thank you to the entire team at Manifesto for thinking of it all, we are super excited to be working with you and being a part of it all!

Festival Schedule:

Friday –
Future Sounds – MNFSTO presents an evening of future soul and forward thinking hip hop from some of Toronto’s most talked about artists of the moment. Come join us to hear Toronto’s futuristic sounds of now!

9pm – 2am
Daniels Spectrum (Ada Slaight Hall)
$20 Advance Tickets
19+ event

Saturday –
Live at the Square – MNFSTO presents Live At The Square. Our marquee festival event at Yonge-Dundas Square. Join us for musical performances, dance battles, showcases, cyphers, food and retail vendors & much more!

Original 6 will be at the Square all day, make sure you find us! New products, festival pricing and good conversation!

Yonge & Dundas Square
12PM – 11pm

Sunday –
Common Ground Art Show – Co-curated by 1LOVETO, 6ix x 6 is an exhibition of photographic work from six of the city’s sharpest shooters on Instagram.

Sunday September 20th
3pm – 12am
Super Wonder Gallery






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