Media Advisory
December 28, 2023

The City of Toronto will host its New Year’s Eve celebration at the Toronto waterfront on December 31 that includes pop-up performances from 10 p.m. and culminates in a classic countdown hosted by world-renowned drag entertainer Tynomi Banks from 11:30 p.m., leading up to a spectacular free 10-minute, high-altitude fireworks show synchronized to music.

Ahead of Sunday’s event, City staff will hold a media briefing at Sherbourne Common to outline key New Year’s Eve programming highlights, road closures, and other relevant information.

Date: Friday, December 29
Time: 11 a.m.
Location: Sherbourne Common, 61 Dockside Dr. – Paul Quarrington outdoor Ice Rink

For those unable to attend the New Year’s Eve event in-person, a livestream webcast, with ASL and Closed Captioning, will be available on the City’s CultureTO YouTube channel.

The full list of viewing areas for the fireworks and performances as well as transit and safety information can be found on the City’s New Year’s Eve event webpage.

RSVP information

Please RSVP to the New Year’s Eve media briefing through by 5 p.m. today.

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