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Rhythms of Canada

Summer Festival

Rhythms of Canada

Date: June 30–July 3, 2023

Our Rhythms of Canada festival returns for 2023 on an even bigger and better scale! Enjoy an immersive four days of delicious food, activities for all ages, special programming, entrancing musical performances by local and international artists, and our world-class collection of art from across the Muslim world.


From magic shows and face painting to papermaking and poetry workshops, this year's festival is packed with activities for the whole family. Take a photo with TVO's Polkaroo, get moving in a Bollywood workout class, and catch an unmissable lineup of evening performances featuring:

The Halluci Nation with Mas Aya | June 30 |  Reserve tickets 
Balaklava Blues with Borelson | July 1 |  Reserve tickets 
Salim-Sulaiman | July 2 | Reserve tickets 


Daily Schedules

Friday, June 30
Saturday, July 1
Sunday, July 2
Monday, July 3


Learn more about the evening and daytime performances 
Learn more about the TD Pop-up Performances
Learn more about the workshops and activities 


Please note: regular tickets are for lawn seating only. No outside chairs are permitted. Blankets or low-profile soft surfaces for sitting on the grassed area are welcome.

Accessible Seating: Limited accessibility seating will be available. Chairs can be provided if necessary. 


Getting to the Museum
The Museum is easy to get to by public transit. From downtown, take the 100A from Broadview station, the 25B, or the 925 from Pape station. From the north, take the 925  bus southbound on Don Mills Rd (route begins at Steeles). Use the TTC's Trip Planner to plan your route.

The Museum is accessible by car via Don Mills Rd, Eglinton Ave East, or the Don Valley Parkway (DVP). Take the Wynford Dr exit.

Bicycle parking is available free of charge.



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