Date:             September 29, 2018
Time:             Sunset (7 p.m.) to sunrise (7 a.m.)
Location:       Downtown Toronto and Scarborough Civic Centre

Toronto’s playful sunset to sunrise celebration has become one of Canada’s leading contemporary art events. Since 2006, Nuit Blanche has featured more than 1,000 official art installations created by over 4,000 artists and has generated more than $200 million. What’s more, attendance has tripled to over 1.2 million in 2017 compared to its inaugural year, according to Ipsos Reid.

Sponsor Testimonials


“This is our 4th year working with the incredible Nuit Blanche team and we are very happy to once again be highlighting H&M’s garment recycling initiative all while merging the worlds of fashion and art in an amazing installation. We look forward to this night every year and being a part of such an important cultural event in the City of Toronto.”
Emily Scarlett, Communication and Press, H&M

“Festivals and events like Nuit Blanche Toronto stimulate the local economy, create jobs and help position our province as a premier tourist destination. I am proud that our government continues to be a strong supporter of this much anticipated event.”Eleanor McMahon, Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport

“Nuit Blanche has always given us the ability and platform to gain great exposure among our demographic in a non-traditional way. The unique experience they provide to the public allows us to think outside the box and create a one-of-kind experience for families and art lovers alike. The City of Toronto staff make the leading months of planning as stress-free as possible with their knowledge and assistance of everything from simple logistics to providing input on what location would best suit your needs and gain the best traffic that fits your target demographic. The City provided volunteers help the long night run smoothly by offering extra hands where it’s needed all while keeping a smile on their face and a positive attitude.”
Joe Felstein, Subaru Canada Inc.