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WAYO Children's Festival - Show Time: 6 PM
WAYO Children's Festival - Show Time: 6 PM

Wed, Aug 07

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Berkeley Castle

WAYO Children's Festival - Show Time: 6 PM

Toronto's exclusive children's arts parkour-like festival, Wayo, is back! A whimsical journey from one mesmerizing art attraction to the next!

Time & Location

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Aug 07, 2024, 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Berkeley Castle, 250 The Esplanade, Toronto, ON M5A 4J6, Canada

About the Event

Jamii's Annual Children's Festival, WAYO, is back for its 5th edition, from August 7th to 11th, 2024!

IMPORTANT NOTES:

  • PERFORMANCE TIME:

The performance duration is approximately 60 minutes.

There are 4 different performance times for this event. You are buying tickets for the 6 PM performance.

Please arrive 15 minutes before performance time. If you are late, we cannot guarantee to accept your party for the next performance time slot as it might be fully booked.

  • ONE TICKET PER PERSON:

Please, get a ticket for each person in your party/family, INCLUDING CHILDREN - if you do not get tickets for everyone, we might not be able to accommodate everyone as spots are limited.

  • REFUNDS/EXCHANGES:

There are no refunds or exchanges for tickets.

  • ACCESSIBILITY ACCOMMODATION:

If you need any accessibility accommodation (interpreter, etc.) please get your tickets and email info@jamii.ca to describe your need(s). Use "Wayo Accessibility" in your subject so we don't miss your email!

  • WASHROOMS:

There are no washrooms onsite, however, the St Lawrence Community Recreation Centre (230 The Esplanade) has public washrooms.

  • FOOD AND DRINKS:

Please bring your own water. However, no eating and drinking are allowed during the performance.

  • IN CASE OF RAIN:

This is a rain or shine event. In case of heavy rain, we may move outdoor performances to a nearby covered area; if this happens, please follow the instructions of Jamii staff onsite.

FAQ:

  • LOCATION: Where is 5th Annual WAYO Children's Festival located?

WAYO Children's Festival starts at 250 The Esplanade (Berkeley Castle's west entrance on The Esplanade). The festival is designed as a parkour and takes place within Berkeley Castle, The Jamii Hub, and Berkeley Theatre (Canadian Stage).

  • HOURS: What are the festival hours and what is the duration of the performance?

Performance duration is 60 minutes with a start time at 4:30pm, 5pm, 5:30pm, and 6pm. WAYO Children's Festival runs from August 7 to 11, 2024.

  • AGES: What is the age group for the festival?

This event is designed for children age 2 to 12. All children must be accompanied by an adult or caregiver.

  • STROLLERS: Can I bring my child in a stroller?

Yes! The full parkour is wheel accessible and your child can enjoy the festival from their stroller!

  • ARRIVAL TIME: When should we line up?

We suggest you line up 15 minutes prior to the start of your show at the entrance, 250 The Esplanade.

  • LATE ARRIVALS: What if we are late?

If your start time is 4:30pm, 5pm or 5:30pm, you might be able to join the following group, however, this is not guaranteed as the next group might be sold out.

  • ON-SITE TICKET SALES: Can I get tickets at the entrance?

All shows have limited spots and tickets might be sold out before event day. We suggest to get your tickets as soon as possible.

  • TTC TRANSIT: How can we get to the festival via TTC?

Option 1: The closest subway station is King station. From there, take a short streetcar ride on #504 or #503: Get off at Princess St and walk south to The Esplanade.

Option 2: Bus #121: Get off at Princess St & The Esplanade, the venue is just around the block.

Option 3: Bus #75: Get off at Sherbourne and The Esplanade, then walk one block east.

  • BIKES: How can we get to the festival by biking?

Bike Rakes: To lock your bike, you can find bike rakes on the north side of The Esplanade around Berkeley Cafe at 262 The Esplanade.

BikeShare: There are several BikeShare stations closeby: Princess & Front, Scadding & Sherbourne, Parliament & Mill.

  • PARKING: Is there any parking available at the festival area?

You may find paid street parking on Berkeley Street, Front Street, or Scadding Ave. The closest Green P parking lot is located in the Distillery District just one block east on Parliament. We recommend you take the transit, bike, walk or take rideshare/cab to save time finding parking!

  • RESERVED SEATING: Is there reserved seating?

This event is designed as a parkour-like journey and people will be moving along the path to see different arts performances. No designated seats.

  • FOOD AND DRINKS: Can we eat or drink during the show?

Please bring your own water. No eating and drinking is allowed throughout the parkour.

  • PHOTOS and VIDEOS: Can we take photos and videos during performances?

You are encouraged to take photos and videos during performances! If you share them on social media, don't forget to tag @jamiiesplanade :)

  • ACCESSIBILITY: Is the festival wheelchair accessible?

Yes! The full arts parkour is accessible to wheelchairs and strollers.

  • ACCOMMODATIONS: I need accessibility accommodation. What do I do?

If you need any accessibility accommodation (interpreter etc.) please get your tickets and email info@jamii.ca to describe your need(s). Use "Wayo Accessibility" in your subject so we don't miss your email!

  • WASHROOMS: Are there washrooms at the festival area?

There are no washrooms onsite, however, the St Lawrence Community Recreation Centre (230 The Esplanade) has public washrooms.

  • RAIN: What if it rains?

This is a rain or shine event. Please bring your umbrella if it rains. In case of heavy rain, we may move outdoor performances to a nearby covered area; if this happens, please follow the instructions of Jamii staff onsite.

  • CANCELLATIONS: I registered for the event but I can't come. What should I do?

We are sorry that we cannot provide refunds for your tickets. You can consider gifting the tickets to your friends or family.

  • CONTACT JAMII: I would like to reach out to Jamii with any questions, concerns, feedback. How can I get in contact?

Please send us an email at info@jamii.ca

  • MORE ABOUT JAMII: I would like to learn more about Jamii. Where do I go?

Please visit www.jamii.ca to learn more about us.

  • STAY IN TOUCH: I would like to sign up for Jamii's e-newsletter to learn more about their upcoming events.

Please visit www.jamii.ca/subscribe

Get Your Tickets

  • General Tickets

    Please make sure you get a ticket for each individual including kids in your group. There are no refunds or exchanges for tickets.

    $5.00

Total

$0.00

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