Holiday Magic: Christmas Tree Lighting in Yorkville
sat26nov5:00 pmsat7:00 pmHoliday Magic: Christmas Tree Lighting in Yorkville5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Event Organized BySelf-GuidedEvent Type Evening Activities
Want to kick off your Christmas celebrations early with loads of beautiful lights and cheer? Well, if you’re around the Bloor-Yorkville area on November 26th make sure to look out for Holiday
Want to kick off your Christmas celebrations early with loads of beautiful lights and cheer?
Well, if you’re around the Bloor-Yorkville area on November 26th make sure to look out for Holiday Magic, a free outdoor concert and lighting ceremony that will be taking place from 5:00 p.m to 7:00 p.m on Cumberland Street and the Village of Yorkville Park.
The event will feature beautifully-lit trees and holiday cheer, and much more.
Holiday Magic will be hosted by ETalk’s host Traci Melchor, and will showcase a free vibrant performance by Chantal Kreviazuk, a three-time JUNO Award-winning Canadian singer and songwriter.
Alongside this performance, the annual “Flick the Switch” lighting ceremony will be taking place in support of the Canadian Foundation for Aids Research (CANFAR).
In a press release, Briar de Lange, Executive Director of the Bloor-Yorkville BIA said, “Bloor-Yorkville is thrilled to announce the return of Holiday Magic, an annual tradition that the community always looks forward to every year. It’s a great evening of live music and the annual lighting ceremony creates a one-of-a-kind kickoff event for the holiday season.”
Visitors can expect to see the Yorkville neighbourhood fully lit up with 138 trees that will be illuminated from November 26th to December 31st, casting an elegant glow over the city’s corridor for the Christmas holidays.
Guests can also expect to see various sights like carolers dressed in Victorian-era costumes, urban campfires lit around benches on Bloor Street and complimentary refreshments that can be found around the area as they enjoy their Holiday Magic cheer.
* IMPORTANT NOTE:
This is only a suggested evening student activity that is not organized or attended by school staff. If you are wanting to participate, we suggest you make plans with your classmates for a meeting time and meeting place.
(Saturday) 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Village of Yorkville Park
115 Cumberland Street, Toronto