A small town in the heart of the city
Cabbagetown is one of the most diverse neighbourhoods in the city. Home to residents from over 190 countries, Cabbagetown represents everything that makes Toronto great. Hardworking, joyful, and diverse, Cabbagetowners are united by a love of their neighbourhood.
The Cabbagetown Festival is a celebration of this spirit. Bringing together hundreds of local businesses, guest vendors, and entertainers, the Festival is a thank you to the community.
a feast that spans the globe
Try a new favourite, or rediscover an old one. With dozens of options, there’s something for everyone.
New friends, and old ones
Explore exciting brands, organisations, and non-profits
Passionate people, unique items
Local craftspeople share their handmade creations in our Made-in-Canada section
dance, play, laugh
Musicians, artists and entertainers
Jazz staples, funky quartets, and yes, some dad-rock
The Cabbage patch
A pirate ship, bouncy castles, and drag-queen story time; a typical day in Cabbagetown
Sitting on one of the dozens of extended patios is the perfect end (or maybe start) to a day the Festival
The Cabbagetown Festival occurs on Parliament St, from Wellesley to Gerrard, and on Carlton St from Ontario to Parliament.
If you’re coming from Line 1, head east to parliament from College Station. You’ll know when you’re close. The festival is loud, exciting, and hard to miss.