This year’s festival promises to be spontaneous, hilarious and contain the broadest range of performers of any Street Performer Festival in North America. Equally fun-loving and diverse, are their visitors. It is the festival’s objective to be the most accessible and inclusive street festival in the city and it seems they are having some success in doing just that.

At the BuskerAccess Tent, visitors are provided with assistance by one of our accessibility volunteers. They are easy to spot by the accessibility symbol on their shirts.Visit the BuskerAccess tent for assistance or information about the following:Basic assistance negotiating the site
  • Two designated accessible stages with reserved seating
  • Festival accessibility information
  • ASL interpreted performances on Friday night (see schedule below) as well as non-verbal performances throughout the festival
  • Individuals who can describe performances
  • Areas for service animals
  • Basic personal supplies

Non-verbal performances will happen each day throughout the festival.

ASL Stage
On Friday, Sept 2nd, from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m., performances on the Toronto Star / Metro Stage (#3) in Woodbine Park will be accompanied by ASL interpretation.
ASL Stage Schedule*
5:00 pm - Pancho Libre (Mexico)
6:00 pm – Mat Ricardo (UK)
7:00 pm – Cirque No Problem (Israel)
Also, Non-verbal performances will happen each day throughout the festival: Ace-K, The Budapest Marionettes as well as many of the roaming and instillation acts.
* all schedules are subject to change