• It’s All Greek to Me!



    It’s All Greek to Me!

    This is your opportunity to be Greek for a day!

    Breaking Plates
    Revive the ancient Greek tradition of breaking plates! Breaking plates was used as a sign of one’s wealth as plates were thrown into a fireplace, following a banquet, rather than being washed and re-used. In 1969, the custom was banned in Greece.
    This is your chance to experience the pleasure of “breaking plates” in partnership with the Battlesports “Rage Room” experts.

    The Goddess Artemis Archery Arena
    Before there was the Hunger Games, and before there was the Green Arrow – there was Artemis, the Greek God Apollo’s twin sister. She was the Goddess of the Hunt, always depicted carrying a bow and arrow. Come learn or display your skills in our archery range.

    The Valley of the Gods!
    Wander through the Valley of the Gods. Which of these Greek Gods are human? Which are statuettes? Which are supernatural? Come take a selfie with them – if you dare!

    The Parthenon
    Have your photo taken with the Parthenon, the temple dedicated to wise goddess Athena. There’s a twist, of course — this one’s recreated with Lego® Bricks designed by Creative Club.

    Let’s Dance
    Dance like Zorba. Our friendly instructors will teach you this easy-to-learn Greek Folk Dance.

  • Sports Zone

    Sports Zone

    Featuring interactive activities and challenges with Toronto’s professional sports teams, including the Maple Leafs, the Raptors, the Argos and the Toronto FC. We’ve got exciting things in store this year – don’t be surprised if you bump into your favourite Toronto sports heroes at the Festival!

  • Feature Films

    Movies Coming Soon!

    Assassin’s Creed
    Revisit the Renaissance era and be awed by thrilling stunt action, as Callum, Lynch and Maria battle their pursuers on the Celebrity Stage! There will also be a photo area with a themed Assassin’s Creed background. Join us and take photos with both the assassins and the guards.
    Coming December 21, 2016
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    Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children
    Discover the magical new world of Tim Burton’s Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children! Take a picture in this wondrous place, though you may discover a spooky and spectacular surprise.
    Coming September 30, 2016
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    Keeping Up with the Joneses: Game Show
    What if your neighbours are not what they seem? What if they are spies?
    Join our game show and demonstrate how good of a spy you would be to win prizes.
    Coming October 21, 2016
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  • Toronto Star Kids’ Fun Zone

    Fun for the Little Ones

    Join the Trolls gang as professional makeup artists turn you into a “Troll”. You will also get a chance to take home your troll friend by painting your favorite movie character along with an opportunity to take photos in the Trolls Lego® House designed by Creative Club.
    Coming November 4, 2016
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Friday, August 5
6PM - 11PM

Saturday, August 6
12PM - 11PM

Sunday, August 7
12PM - 8PM


  • TTC Directions

    TTC Directions

    The Taste of the Danforth takes place along Danforth Avenue, conveniently located on the TTC’s Bloor-Danforth Subway line.

    The event can be accessed through any of the four following Subway Stations: Broadview, Chester, Pape and Donlands.

    Toronto’s subway system is safe, reliable and convenient and operates Monday-Saturday from approximately 6am-1:30am, and Sundays from 9am.

    To obtain a map of the TTC subway line click here. For schedule and fare information call 416-393-4636 or visit the Toronto Transit Commission’s website.



  • Car Directions

    Car Directions

    From 11am on Friday, August 7th through to midnight on Sunday August 9th, Danforth Avenue (from Broadview to Jones Avenues) is closed to all vehicular traffic, which makes for a great street party, but a serious parking challenge. Parking for the Festival is available in the Green P Parking lots on the north side of Danforth between Broadview and Jones. Parking, however is very limited. Cars parked illegally on side streets will be ticketed and perhaps towed. We strongly recommend using public transit to access the Festival.

  • Go Transit Directions

    Go Transit Directions

    GO operates commuter trains and buses that link suburban and outlying communities to downtown Toronto, as well as other routes. Union Station is the central hub of the GO system and from here you can hop on the TTC to reach the Taste of the Danforth easily by subway. For fares and information call 416-869-3200 or 1-888-GET-ON-GO. For more information on GO Transit, visit their website.

  • Via Rail Directions

    Toronto is served by the VIA Rail System, the network that provides all rail service throughout Canada (with connections to the Amtrak system through Niagara Falls, New York). All trains arrive at historic Union Station, located at 65 Front Street West, between Bay and York Streets in the heart of downtown Toronto. The station is right on Toronto’s subway line, from which the festival is easily accessed. For more information on VIA Rail click here.

  • Google Maps

About the Festival

About The Festival

The Krinos Taste of the Danforth is Canada’s largest street Festival, welcoming approximately 1.65 million attendees annually. The Festival is celebrating its 23rd anniversary and this year the Festival is even bigger and better than before. With dozens of free activities for visitors of all ages. And of course Food, Food, and more Food! People are always surprised when we tell them that the Festival is run primarily by a board of directors consisting of volunteers from the local community. They’re also fascinated by the fact that the concept began 23 years ago when a number of competitors decided to get together to participate in what is now known as co-op or coalition advertising.
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The Festival would not be possible without the support of our amazing sponsors!

Get Involved

Become a Volunteer

Help make this year’s festival even more successful than the last - this year’s festival promises to be bigger and better!

If you are interested, please click here to view the informational poster.
Please click here for the volunteer form if interested and fill it out by Saturday, July 16th, 2016, and we’ll get right back to you!


Become a Performer

Showcase your talents in front of 1.65 million people at the Taste of Danforth: Torontonians favourite summer event!