The Toronto International Film Festival is going to pour out the street of Festival for the sixth year in a row. For the event, a major downtown Toronto Street closure would be done for the TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival). The King Street West between Peter Street and University Avenue will transform into the Festive block, and the whole festival would be celebrated on that spot.
The Festivity would be starting from September 5 and will be carried on up to September 8. It would be a massive block party, and the whole street would be covered with the activeness of individual performances, curb-side Patios and the essential part of the entire Festival is the food trucks where one can always go for the craving of mouthwatering cuisine from across the world. Moreover, the Festive comes on with the best part for everyone, anyone can come and enjoy the festive, and one does not need to be a celebrity to enjoy it.
Jennifer Barkin, the Lead Programmer for the special events and Festival e doStreet, announced the news about the TIFF. This September, they invite everyone to join the Festival Street and take their passion for the films into the streets. The fantastic energy of the weekend is going to be a perfect place with the perfect vibe to meet and connect with the festival-goers.
This time, TIFF again in partnership with the TTC to give the Torontonians more active festival films. The Brand Ambassadors of the Festive would be hitting the street in the early morning on September 5 and would be distributing thousands of vouchers for the Festival films and year-round screening at the TIFF Bell Lightbox to the passersby.
The Attendees can enjoy the music of the Festival and have a great chance to listen to Sam Drysdale, Kayla Diamond, Tomi Swick, Toronto ensemble Long Branch, and other upcoming artists.