2019 Cabbagetown Festival Planning is Full Steam Ahead…

Organizers of The Cabbagetown Festival at Cabbagetown BIA, are working full steam ahead with their event producers to coordinate the two-day street festival being hosted September 7th and 8th. 2019.

 
The 2018 installment included an expanded footprint, live music, a free kids zone along Carlton Street, and lots and lots of food! While many local businesses are expected to return to the streets to join the fun, there is still extra space for vendors and organizations.

 
The Cabbagetown BIA is offering early bird pricing before March 31st to attract vendors. All proceeds from vendor and sponsor sales go towards holding this award-winning, two-day festival and ensuring it is free and available for all! If you or someone you know would like a booth at the festival, visit www.cabbagetownTO.com for more info. General merchandise -giftware, clothing, toys, food, not-for-profit/charities and Made In Canada, locally made goods- all these booth spots are available.

 
All vendor and sponsorship details can be found on the site at www.cabbagetownTO.com. We look forward to having you join us!

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