Toronto's Geary Art Crawl to Bring Music, Art Installations and More to Geary Avenue This Weekend

Over 40 acts will play the Art Crawl's free stages
Toronto's Geary Art Crawl to Bring Music, Art Installations and More to Geary Avenue This Weekend
It's that time of year again! Geary Art Crawl will sprawl across Toronto's Geary Avenue this weekend (September 24 to 25), bringing art installations, music, food and more to the city's evolving strip.

Running between Ossington Avenue and Geary's most western point, the Art Crawl will feature over 40 acts across its free stages, including Ada Lea, Mother Tongues, Nyssa and many more. 

This year marks Geary Art Crawl's second iteration, and will see the fest expand on its mission to celebrate the arts while putting the street's eclectic businesses at the forefront. In addition to art and music, the Art Crawl will also feature local vendors and markets selling vintage wares, food, handmade items and other goods.

Many of Geary Art Crawl's events run into the late hours of Saturday night, with shows and other installations keeping doors open past midnight. One such event is Safe Sounds Collective's programme, which will see performances from Theo Vandenhoff, Provincial Parcs and Class of 2022 alum Secret Sign, as well as DJs and installations running "long after sundown."

Geary Art Crawl will run from 1 p.m. to 1 a.m. ET on Saturday, and 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. ET on Sunday, and is completely free to enter. More information is available on Geary Art Crawl's website.