For general questions about accessibility, ask Cathy Gordon at CGordon@Luminato.com, or Emily Maxwell at EMaxwell@Luminato.com
It’s time for music. It’s time to dance.
Wrap up Luminato 2022 and launch your summer with two days of fabulous free music, art, conversation and food when we transform Woodbine Park into a magical urban fairground.
Catch free concerts from a lineup featuring reggae favourite and Massive Attack vocalist Horace Andy and the Hardcore Band, Indigenous MC and 2022 Juno Award-winning DJ Shub presents War Club Live, Ukraine’s GO_A Ґоу_Ей, Sudan Archives fresh from Coachella, Australian Indigenous rapper Baker Boy, Juno-winner Dominique Fils-Aimé, Witch Prophet, Lemon Bucket Orkestra, and more.
Discover The Great Fire, a storytelling installation by Necessary Angel Theatre Company that’s tucked into the woods, The Ideas Tent, and Oluseye Ogunlesi’s installation Black Ark, down by the water.
Enjoy delicious food and drink, fun parades and sweet surprises, to celebrate the communities and cultures of the region.
Please refer to our Festival COVID-19 Policy and Procedures HERE
Woodbine Park is located by the East Beaches neighbourhood in Toronto. The park is 15.2-hectares. Accessible bathrooms are located by the food trucks and Woodbine bathing station. Water filling stations are near the bathroom, and plastic mesh mats that expand from the sand to the waters edge. Woodbine Park is located East on Northern Dancer Boulevard.
Saturday, June 18 Radio LUMI live from location with JJ Hunt, 2 PM - 4 PM, includes Lakou Mizik Whisper Guides available to book for 2 PM, 3 PM, 4 PM, book HERE
Sunday, June 19 ASL Interpretation by Gaitrie Persaud for Witch Prophet at 6:30 PM Whisper Guides available to book for 2 PM, 3 PM, 4 PM, book HERE
From Coxwell Station
355 Strathmore Blvd, Toronto, ON M4C 1N4
Image of Google Map to Woodbine Park from Coxwell Station. There is a path highlighted in red of the directional route.