Toronto – Relive the magic of Luminato!



Relive the magic of Luminato!

Watch our highlight video to relive the magic of the festival and catch things you missed.

Thank you to all the artists, staff, volunteers, supporters, and audiences who made Luminato 2023 amazing!

What you said about the festival

We’re so pleased that so many of you enjoyed Luminato Festival Toronto 2023. Here is some of what you said on social media:

I had the pleasure of seeing Scott Joplin’s Treemonisha yesterday as part of @Luminato‘s 2023 line up and only have great things to say. Congratulations to the entire creative team, orchestra and cast.
@accarmonaosp on Twitter

I accidentally went to a samba super star’s concert last night. Researching Zeca Pagodingo after the fact, it’s pretty impressive that @Luminato brought him in for a free public show. Dude is *huge*.
@anotherglassbox on Twitter

Hope you have a wonderful time in Toronto as you spread your joy and message. Love you Amal. Safe travels ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️”
@happyangelsdancing on Instagram

It was such a thrilling experience attending @luminatofestival premiere of LOSS by Ian Kamau. It was such a deep and amazing performance. 💫⭐️💫💫
@abistarconsult on Instagram

I had the deepest privilege of being in conversation with the creators and performers of 🐲 Dragon’s Tale 🐉, a majestic and poignant new opera performed on Toronto’s waterfront celebrating the origin of Dragon Boat racing. […] I have never seen anything quite like it and I am in total awe of the entire production! 🤩

@justineabigail on Instagram

In case you missed it

Photo of Echoes Calling Back by Cassandra Popescu. It is a big inflatable colourful moose antler resting on two big rocks. Behind it is a short city building with many windows, and people walking far in the background.

Photo of Echoes Calling Back by Cassandra Popescu

Echoes Calling Back by Jordan Bennett will be re-installed at BayAdelaide Centre during the first week of July. Experience this spectacular public art piece that transforms pedestrians’ experience of the space. 

Photo of Belonging Is at the Union Station Foodie Aisle by Cassandra Popescu. The words Belonging Is is in big curly white font on a long wall. Embellished with colourful mushrooms and cobwebs. A lot of space is filled with written entries from passerbys.

Photo of Belonging Is by Cassandra Popescu

If you haven’t already, come down to the Union Station Foodie Aisle to participate in Belonging Is; a community mural to remind us all that we are part of something, and that we are in this together.

We look forward to seeing you soon!
Luminato Festival Toronto



Luminato Festival Toronto
 180 Shaw Street, Suite 301
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M6J 2W5
Charitable Registration Number: 81163 7347 RR0001

June 27, 2023 |

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