Luminato (June 6-24, 2018), the festival that brings one-of-a-kind cultural stunners each year to Toronto, announced this year’s full lineup.
Pan American Tropical Triple Bill Featuring: Interactivo, Emeline Michel and Jesse Cook with Special Guest Amanda Martinez
NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERE OF NEW PRODUCTION OF PHILIP GLASS AND ROBERT WILSON’S
EINSTEIN ON THE BEACH AT LUMINATO 2012
Queen’s Park, Distillery District, theaters, public spaces, Luminato is everywhere.
We checked “1000 tastes of Toronto” yesterday in Queen’s Park, it’s fantastic!
We’ve noticed some of the famous chefs in the street, you know, the ones you see on TV.
And it’s only 5 bucks a dish.
Our 4-year old son had a great time playing with the inflatable characters around the park.
Here’s today program:
Luminato 2010 is in full swing!
Below are some great places with FREE access, where you can test your photographic ‘muscle’.
I see the knit sculpture at the Brookfield Place every day, and it’s a marvel. I don’t want to spoil your pleasure, but it’s a good place to start:
AUDIO PODCAST, English.
RUNNING TIME: 7’19”
MUSIC and TEXT: Luminato, Toronto Festival of Arts and Creativity, announces its World Music Celebration concert lineup, featuring Rahim AlHaj, Autorickshaw, Mr. Something Something, and Burkina Faso’s Burkina Electric. The free World Music Celebration takes place from 1 – 6 PM in Queen’s Park on Sunday, June 20, 2010.
If you are a festival goer, like free events and can attend only during the weekends, Luminato has lots to offer this coming June.
There are 2 weekends covered by the festival, 11-13 June and 18-20 June.
There is great live music for your dancing pleasure, kids stuff, interactive arts. And there are several locations, Dundas Square, Queens Park, Distillery District.
Below is the press release that Luminato prepared it for your festival weekends in June: