Love Letters to Toronto October 13-17

Luminato Festival Toronto returns this October

Toronto’s international festival of arts and culture is coming October 13-17, 2021 with 5 days of art, music, dance, and theatre, combined with some digital magic. We’re thrilled to share our offering for you: a multi-disciplinary international arts festival, full of love letters to Toronto, for this special year, our 15th. Join us in celebrating the diversity of talented artists that call the Greater Toronto Area home.

Featured Event

Artist Spotlight

Discover Love Letters to Toronto – Virtual Reality Style

Check out our virtual reality guide to the festival, situated “inside” Toronto’s iconic Great Hall.

Gifts for your Toronto Summer

Featured Event

Explore the Access Hub

Luminato Festival Toronto is working hard to bring accessibility into the centre of what we do and we know this is a deep process that requires a long-term commitment. We are excited to share the Access Hub with you.

On Demand

Digital Works

In Luminato’s new free digital space, audiences from all around the world can connect through art, culture, and conversation.

The Land

Luminato Festival Toronto acknowledges that the land we gather on is the traditional territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Chippewa and the Anishinaabeg, The Haudenosaunee Confederacy, the Wendat Confederacy, and all Indigenous peoples, both known and unknown. This territory is subject to Treaty 13 and the Dish With One Spoon Wampum Belt Covenant and is home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples from across Turtle Island. Luminato acknowledges our responsibilities to these territorial agreements and to peaceably share and care for the resources of this land while aspiring to embody the treaties through our actions, relationship-building, and our programs. Luminato is grateful to have the opportunity to work with many diverse Indigenous nations on this territory and other guests to this land.

Founding Government Partner
Major Partners
Combined logo for the government of Canada and the City of Toronto. The word Canada is presented in black serif text, and a small image of the Canadian flag is placed above the last letter A in the word Canada. Logo for the city of Toronto. The word Toronto is spelled out in blue capital letters using a sans-serif font. An image of Toronto's City Hall is placed at the beginning of the word Toronto. The building is two rounded towers facing one another, with a shorter podium at the base of the towers.

Presenting Partners
Combined logos for Royal Bank of Canada and Ontario Arts Council. The letters R B C are displayed in white capital letters below a simplified illustration of a yellow lion and a globe. The lion is positioned in profile and is holding the globe. The letters RBC and the illustration are placed on top of a blue rectangle. The words Ontario Arts Council are displayed in black sans-serif letters. The french translation appears below it. The tag-line "an Ontario government agency" is displayed below with a french translation below that. A stylized logo with the letters O A C is displayed on the left-hand side. The O is grey, the A is red, and the C is black.