After a two-year hiatus due to event restrictions, Holiday Fair in Nathan Phillips Square is returning to Toronto to deliver some festive cheer. This year, Holiday Fair is excited to announce that their Christmas market will coincide with the City of Toronto’s Cavalcade of Lights, transforming Nathan Phillips Square into a twinkling winter wonderland!
Combining the charm and elegance of a Christmas market with the excitement of a winter carnival and light show, Holiday Fair in Nathan Phillips Square is a must-visit for anyone looking to get into the holiday spirit. There’s something for everyone to enjoy – here are some of the attractions visitors can expect this year:
Artisan Marketplace: The market will be filled with over 70 artisan vendors, which are sure to have the perfect gift for your loved ones.
Holiday Light Display: Follow the lights to Holiday Fair in the Square! Thanks to the City of Toronto, the plaza will be filled with over half a million LED lights and festive installations.
Holiday Midway: Who says you can’t have a carnival in the winter? Hop on the carousel or one of the other carnival rides, and try your luck at some of the carnival games to take home a prize.
Skating in the Square: Lace up your skates for a romantic glide around the square with your loved one or show off your moves with your family and friends.
Tasty Festive Fare & Polar Point Bar: Indulge in some tasty treats and local cuisine from Toronto’s finest food trucks and gourmet food vendors. Afterwards, warm up by the crackling fire at the Polar Point Bar with some mulled wine, hot apple cider, beer, and more!
The North Pole: Santa will be coming to town and heading straight to Holiday Fair in the Square on the weekends. Take a photo with the big guy, himself!
And it’s all for a good cause. A portion of the proceeds from the event will support Epilepsy Toronto, a local charity dedicated to the independence and quality of life of people living with epilepsy. Holiday Fair kicks off on December 2nd and entry is always free. Visit our website for more details: fairinthesquare.ca.