As the weather in Toronto slowly turns from uncomfortably cold to unbearably hot, festivals will overrun every nook and cranny of the city. From St Patrick’s Day, to Pride, to the Caribbean Carnival, Torontonians will hit the streets, eat too much food and get far drunker than anyone should be in public. But then there’s Jesus in the City, a festival that Xtra readers are probably less familiar with. Instead of hedonistic revelry, Jesus in the City is largely a wholesome affair full of praise, worship and choral singing.
March 21 / Daily Xtra