Summer Music in the Park
Yorkville Exotic Car Show
On Father’s Day 2018, Bloor-Yorkville, Toronto’s destination for high-end boutiques, restaurants and hotels will play host to the 8th annual Yorkville Exotic Car Show. Walk along the red carpet on Bloor Street between Avenue Road and Bay Street to get up close with some of the best examples of automotive design from around the world. Drop by the Bloor-Yorkville BIA Tent for giveaways and Enter to Win a chance for a Bloor-Yorkville Prize Package! Once again, we’ve partnered with Prostate Cancer Canada (PCC) to raise funds for prostate cancer research. This year, all guests of the show have a chance to win up to $10,000 in PCC’s 50/50 draw! Guests can also enter a promotional draw to win a family 4 four pack of bronze level tickets to the Honda Indy Toronto! They will be selling tickets at tables located near the Bay St. and Avenue Rd. entrances, as well as the PCC booth. Every dollar counts! As always, admission is FREE.
See Bloor-Yorkville transformed into a magical holiday wonderland!
In mid-November, the lights in the Bloor-Yorkville neighbourhood will be switched on in a dazzling display. Families and friends are invited to the Official Lighting Ceremony in the Village of Yorkville Park (Cumberland Street and Bellair Street) to watch the area come to life with Holiday Magic!
The festivities will include an exciting concert performance by one of Canada’s top recording artists. Before and after the lights come on, visitors can also stroll through Bloor-Yorkville and take in the animated storefront windows, enchanting displays and charming decorations, while enjoying free hot beverages and refreshments.
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