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Woodbine Weekend

Date & Time

June 18 @ 1:00 pm

All Dates and Times
Saturday, June 18 at 1 PM
Sunday, June 19 at 1 PM



1695 Queen St E
Toronto, ON M4L1G7 Canada
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Supported byThe Larry & Judy Tanenbaum Foundation
With Assistance fromThe McLean Foundation

It’s time for music. It’s time to dance. 

Wrap up Luminato 2022 and launch your summer with two days of free programming at Woodbine Park. With the lake breeze to keep you cool, enjoy live music from Canada, Australia, Haiti, the USA, and more; storytelling by Necessary Angel Theatre Company in a secluded spot in the woods; Oluseye Ogunlesi’s installation Black Ark by the water; delicious food, parades, and sweet surprises around the site. See familiar faces from throughout the festival, and celebrate the communities and cultures of the region.   

Saturday 1pm-10pm
Sunday 1pm-8pm

Musical Performances by:

Moskitto Bar
Lakou Mizik
Mobile Mini Powow
Dominique Fils-Aime
Witch Prophet
Sudan Archives
Horace Andy
Ansley Simpson
G.R. Gritt
The Lemon Bucket Orchestra
Baker Boy
GO_A Ґоу_Ей
DJ Shub

June 18th Lineup

1:30pm- Moskitto Bar

3:00pm- Lakou Mizik

4:20pm- Mobile Mini Powow

5:00pm- Dominique Fils-Aimé

6:30pm- Witch Prophet

7:30pm- Sudan Archives

8:30pm- Horace Andy

From 1:30pm on both Saturday and Sunday, The Great Fire is an immersive audio drama from Necessary Angel Theatre Company, told in a wooded glen, that conjures a magical yet modern world beset by prejudice, misunderstanding, plague and climate catastrophe. Yet, as we so often find in times of trauma, there remains friendship, wonder, and even love. 

June 19th Lineup

1:30pm- Ansley Simpson

2:30pm- G.R. Gritt

3:30pm- The Lemon Bucket Orchestra  

4:50pm- Mobile Mini Powwow

5:00pm- Baker Boy

6:00pm- GO_A Ґоу_Ей

7:00pm- DJ Shub presents The War Club Live 

Luminato will close with Zaagidiwin, a multi-disciplinary film that reflects on our relationship with nature and how we love the land and each other; created by Denise Bolduc it follows Nanabozo from the land into the city core, revealing its beauty as well as its darkness. Through spoken word, music and song, Nanabozo returns to the land, discovering its precious gifts and healing through dance. Originally commissioned for Luminato’s 2021 digital festival, now you can see Zaagidiwin on the big screen under the setting sun. 

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With the health and safety of our audiences, artists, staff, and volunteers as our top priority, Luminato will continue to require proof of vaccination for all indoor performances in 2022. 

While the government of Ontario has lifted the mandatory check for vaccine passports as of March 1, we are choosing to keep our policy in place. We thank you for your patience and understanding as government policies are continually changing. 

Face masks are required for all indoor performances. Face masks are strongly encouraged for all outdoor performances. 

Luminato’s Vaccine Policy 

Audiences will be required to show proof of full vaccination and photo ID for all indoor performances. Proof of vaccination must include the attendee’s name, date of vaccination and product name (brand of vaccine). The receipt can be in paper or in an electronic format (shown on the patron’s phone).   

Remember, you are considered ‘fully vaccinated’ only 14 days after your second dose. 

Proof of ID must include the patron’s name and date of birth. 

For outdoor performances and events, proof of vaccination is not required. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to [email protected]  

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