HOW TO GET THERE
There are a number of municipal parking lots located within walking distance of the festival. Please note St. Clair Ave West will be closed during the festival so access to parking lots will be very limited.
TD Salsa on St. Clair takes place along St. Clair Avenue West between Winona and Christie which is conveniently located just a few blocks from Toronto Transit Commission’s (TTC’s) St. Clair Avenue West Subway Station. When exiting the subway station walk 800m west on St. Clair Ave West to reach the festival’s Christie St. entrance.
By Go Transit
GO operates commuter trains and buses that link suburban and outlying communities to downtown Toronto, as well as other routes. Union Station is the central hub of the GO system and from here you can hop on the TTC to get to TD Salsa on St. Clair easily by subway.
VIA Rail Canada operates trains coast to coast and conveniently stops at Union Station downtown.
From Pearson International Airport (YYZ)
Union Pearson Express speeds you from the airport to downtown Toronto in just 25 minutes, with trains departing every 15 minutes, 19 ½ hours a day.
From Toronto City Centre Airport (YTZ)
A complimentary express shuttle bus runs between Billy Bishop Airport and Downtown Toronto. The shuttle is open to anyone going to the airport, whether or not they are travelling.
Drink plenty of water as the sizzling salsa moves are sure to leave you thirsty for more… It’s going to be Caliente!
Be prepared for a day of “Mucho” dancing. You’ll be strutting your stuff on the street all day, so comfortable shoes are a must.
Come prepared to capture all of the amazing dancing and colourful costumes. You won’t want to miss a moment.
Outside of Latin America, Toronto is the best place to enjoy authentic Latin cuisine. The TD Salsa on St. Clair Street Festival features dozens of vendors who can satisfy your every craving for pupusas, tacos, empanadas and all of your fiery Latin favourites.
Celebrate the passion of the Latin culture and show your ethnic pride by waving your national flag at Canada’s largest Latino-themed festival.
Rain or shine, this is going to come in handy.