GRENADA DAY FESTIVAL, TORONTO 2020
Celebrating 13 Years
Our 13th annual Grenada Day Festival was a great success and this year, we plan to be even better! Come and celebrate our 13th annual event at our new location; Downsview Park for another great time at the largest international celebration of Grenada and its diaspora!
Aug 22, 2020
The Grenada Day Festival is an annual summer celebration of the culture and people of the island of Grenada, and its sister islands; Carriacou and Petite Martinique. Over 8,000 attendees celebrate Grenada Day in Toronto, with many travelling among friends and family across the Greater Toronto Area and abroad.
The full day event includes visual and performance artists, activities for children, arts and craft, a variety of vendors, music, and most notably Grenada’s delicious signature dishes. Grenada is known for its famous “Oil Down” dish, and its most reliable economic producer the nutmeg; the reason Grenada is known as the Spice Island.
Grenada Day Festival was established in 2006 in Toronto, Canada and is organized by the Grenada Day Cultural Association, and managed by the festival’s committee. The Grenada Day Festival was created by the Spice Isle Association with the inclusion of various members from other Grenadian Associations. The festival operates under the distinguished patronage of the Consulate General of Grenada to Canada, and is supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Government of Grenada.