The Toronto Freedom Festival (TFF) is the city's largest one-day, outdoor, spring festival attracting well over 30,000 people to Queen's Park North in the heart of downtown Toronto. The event is always a peaceful celebration without an arrest or serious incident in its three year history.
TFF was developed to offer thoughtful, passionate groups a forum to expose their ideas to thousands of progressive thinking individuals. By coming together in large numbers, positive attention has been drawn to individuals and groups seeking to preserve their constitutional rights and freedoms.
TFF takes place in front of the provincial government legislature, where laws are made and challenged by politicians. It features over 100 musicians, DJ's, comedians, visual artists, political activists and speakers, giving them the opportunity to celebrate their ‘Freedoms of Choice and Expression.'
The 12th Annual Global Marijuana March will once again be led by Emery also known as ‘The Prince of Pot' on Saturday, May 1st, following his address at the Main Stage prior to the march at 1:15 p.m. He will also speak during the closing speeches at 6:30 p.m. on the Speakers Stage, with both Ron Marzel & Neev Tapiero speaking prior on medical marijuana reform.
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