From the event listing:
Corso Italia welcomes you to this year’s fun-filled family event! Toronto’s leading multicultural party, the 15th Annual Corso Italia Festival, takes over St. Clair Avenue West between Westmount & Lansdowne. Join us Friday, July 5th at 10 a.m. for a sidewalk sale. On Saturday, July 6th 10 a.m. - 11 p.m. and Sunday, July 7th 10 a.m. -10 pm St Clair Ave W between Dufferin and Lansdowne is closed to traffic. The sidewalk sale continues and a weekend of delicious food, arts, games, rides and live entertainment begins.
During the 2-day street closure there will be plenty to do for the whole family! Enjoy games and rides at the midway, a delicious variety of foods from one of the many local restaurants or vendors, be amazed by the busker style entertainers and dance away to one of the many musical acts performing throughout the weekend. New this year there is a licensed beer tent by Steam Whistle, and an enhanced festival line-up featuring your favourite local bands, entertainers and even amazing Juno award winning artists.
Come experience the warmth, hospitality and vitality of a community where the roots of European culture remain strong and vibrant!
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