TORONTO, ON – This summer Toronto will come alive with the sights, sounds, and tastes of St. Lucia.

The St Lucia Day Festival is the brainchild of Ross Cadasse, DJ Toxic and Candice Singh who have come together to produce this first annual event on July 22nd and 23rd July 2017. The festival will transform Parkshore Golf Club into a cultural experience with St Lucia’s rich heritage through food and entertainment.

The Festival is placed right after the St Lucia Carnival and one week before the start of Toronto Caribbean Festival (formerly known as Caribana) and will feature some of the top talents from St Lucia including the heavyweights Ricky T and De Ashanti who will headline the festival. There will be a Kids Village fully equipped with bouncy castles, trampolines and lots of games for children as well as 20 food and craft vendors each featuring tastes and art from St Lucia.

The Festival is family oriented according to co-organizer Ross Cadasse, “The festival will showcase fun, food and culture St. Lucia style. When we sat down to conceptualize this festival we wanted to ensure that we focused on promoting St Lucia’s rich cultural heritage particularly our music. You will be treated to some of the best entertainment out of St Lucia hot off the 2017 St Lucia Carnival.”

“We wanted a real festival atmosphere like that of any other summer festival in the city. Families can come with their chairs and umbrellas and there will be lawn seating,” said DJ Toxic, member of the organizing team.

The Festival begins at 2:30 pm on each day and will continue until 12:00 am and will also highlight Canadian based DJs and performers.

The organizers hosted a festival soft launch on Friday, December 30th, 2016 which featured Ricky T at the Old School Bar and Grill in Mississauga.

For more information about the festival email [email protected] or contact Toxic Promotions at (647)588-3261, Ross Cadasse at (647)361-7350.

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