This traditional night of fireworks and music is taking place in Nathan Phillips Square on Saturday. Its 49th year running, the Cavalcade of Lights includes the lighting of Toronto city’s Christmas tree and a speech by Mayor John Tory. Last year, 15,000 people attended.
This year should be no different, so arrive early to grab a good spot! The event starts at 6pm, with a short Disney’s Frozen on ice performance, followed by holiday songs by Toronto’s Children Chorus.
The countdown to the tree lighting begins at 7:15. With the music, fireworks, and other activities, the event will run until 10pm. Yes, it’s four hours of holiday season fun – all in the dead of Toronto’s chilly winter.
The event should be fun, but coming home to a toasty home should be equally pleasant. Ensure your home’s heating equipment is up to caliber before this Saturday. Give us a call for a Winter inspection.