Canuck it up with the Redpath Waterfront Festival, presented by Billy Bishop Airport from July 1-3, on Toronto’s waterfront! Join the party and celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary with interactive multicultural performances, an action-packed Lumberjack Show, the World’s Largest Rubber Duck, and lots of waterfront fun! Bigger, better and more Canadian than ever, the Redpath Waterfront Festival is the official launch of the ONTARIO 150 Tour and the best place to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday!
World’s Largest Rubber Duck
It’s going to be BIG. Brace yourselves for the arrival of the World’s Largest Rubber Duck to the Redpath Waterfront Festival. The 61-ft tall, 30,000-lb waterfront spectacle is making its Canadian debut in 2017!
Rhythm of the Nation/Rythme de la nation
A Canada 150 Fund initiative, Rhythm of the Nation tells the story of Canada’s forever-evolving culture. With interactive, engaging performances, the audience will be invited to learn about the fabric of Canada through dance and music.
Un initiative du Fonds Canada 150, Rythme de la Nation raconte l’histoire de la culture du Canada. Avec des performances interactives, le public sera invité à découvrir l’histoire du Canada avec la danse et la musique.
West Coast Lumberjack Show
Bringing the rugged West to Canada’s downtown, the West Coast Lumberjack Show is bringing the action to the waterfront. This high-energy show will take place three times a day and feature log-rolling, tree climbing, chainsaw cutting and axe throwing.
Royal Canadian Navy
Back by popular demand, the Royal Canadian Navy will be cruising in with a 440-ft frigate. Tour this massive ship, open for free tours each day of the festival, join the Navy on a 5-km waterfront run each morning or catch the Navy Chef BBQ Cook-Off. The RCN will Canuck it up with the Redpath Waterfront Festival, from July 1-3 in Sherbourne Common on Toronto’s waterfront!
Waterfront Artisan Market
Returning this year, the Waterfront Artisan Market will offer unique products and delicious treats from 75 top artisans, crafters, chefs and bakers! Experience the beautiful waterfront while you eat, shop and browse at Toronto’s open-air market.