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November 29, 2002
Media Advisory: Road closures for Cavalcade of Lights Festival, Saturday, November 30
  
Toronto Special Events - To accommodate the Cavalcade of Lights spectacular
light and pyrotechnic show, the following roads will be closed on Saturday,
November 30, 2002:

Road Closures:
· Bay Street, between Queen and Dundas Streets West
· Hagerman Street, between Bay and Elizabeth Streets
· Elizabeth Street, between Hagerman Street and Dundas Street West
· Albert Street, between Bay and James Streets

All of the above closures, which apply to vehicle and pedestrian traffic, will
take place from 6:30 to 8:15 p.m.

· North- and southbound Bay (6) buses will be diverted between 6:30 and 8:15
p.m.

Admission to Cavalcade of Lights is FREE and getting there couldn't be easier!
Nathan Phillips Square is located at 100 Queen St. W. Take the Queen (501)
streetcar, the Yonge subway (exit at Queen Station) or the University subway
(exit at Osgoode Station).

Cavalcade of Lights includes live music with Jackie Richardson, the Joe Sealy
Quintet, the Nathaniel Dett Chorale and David Usher and spectacular feats from
Toronto's Hi Xposure and the United Kingdom's Heliosphere. The evening ends off
with the Toronto Eaton Centre Skate Party.

Nathan Phillips Square's Cavalcade of Lights is one of Toronto's most visually
stunning seasonal displays, featuring more than 100,000 dazzling. The event,
which takes place on Saturday, November 30, is centered around the Lighting of
the Square at 7 p.m. Illuminated from November 30 through to the New Year, this
incredible exhibition provides a magnificent backdrop for the month long series
of exciting events. For more information about Cavalcade of Lights call Access
Toronto at 416-338-0338 or visit http://www.toronto.ca/special_events.



 

 

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