A massive Trinidad and Tobago food and culture festival is being planned for next week in the Canadian capital city of Toronto.
The Trinbago Toronto Festival will be hosted at Yonge & Dundas Square and will feature tons of entertainment reflective of Trinidad and Tobago’s diversity. The weekend-long festivity is being held to commemorate the Caribbean nation’s accomplishments and impact.
FREE EVENT BEGINS ON SATURDAY
There will be several DJs, food vendors and demonstrations, Carnival mas band pop-ups, prizes and even giveaways. The free event begins on Saturday (August 27) from 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm, and concludes on August 28 from 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
Celebrations for Trinidad and Tobago’s 60th Anniversary of Independence started back on August 1 and are culminating with the weekend-long event. The CN Tower and 3D Toronto sign at Nathan Phillips Square will also be illuminated in Trinidad and Tobago’s national colours on August 27.
Participants will be able to get a taste of the entertainment, food, and music specific to Trinidad and Tobago.