concert lights up festival
\"On this warm night, the noise of the past disappeared --
The heart of the city center.
The rest is just the drum sound of the pounding, the colorful lights of the blazing and the swaying crowd fill the sidewalk.
\"It\'s time for us to take advantage of the entertainment that Toronto offers,\" said Aubrie Bannister, who has long been
Toronto time residents who come to the event.
Bannister said more such activities are needed to promote the culture. class city.
\"The free concert is 10-
It will last until the festival of June 10.
Activities last night included songwriters and singers Chantal Kreviazuk, East Coast singer/songwriter Gordie Sampson (
Who wrote the hit single \"Jesus belt wheel\")
And singer Molly Johnson.
Other performers include the Muhtadi International drummer and the \"waist drum\" band from Northern China.
The festival was promoted as \"more
A school celebration that combines classical and contemporary music, theater and visual arts, dance and film.
It raised $10 million to host the event, organizers said, aiming to become the \"latest International Festival\" in the world \".
\"Anything that promotes culture is great,\" said David Davidar, who worked in the culture industry and decided to spend the night with his wife in ruminato.
\"It would be great if Toronto became a cultural destination.
Nazim Kamali echoed the mood.
\"Now is a good time for tourists to visit,\" he said . \".
\"So many things have happened here.