Toronto is set to welcome 2024 with a spectacular fireworks display hailed as the largest in Canada. These festivities, visible from any location with a view of Toronto’s inner harbour, are not to be missed.
The celebration starts at 10 p.m. and features popular DJs and a special countdown to midnight. Additionally, engaging dance performances will be available at various waterfront locations, enhancing the celebratory atmosphere.
Best Spots to View the Fireworks
Sherbourne Common (61 Dockside Dr.): This scenic spot offers a fantastic view of fireworks and participatory dance performances.
Exhibition Common at Harbourfront Centre (235 Queens Quay W.): Another prime location for enjoying the fireworks, with additional entertainment options.
Toronto Music Garden (476 Queens Quay W.): A beautiful setting that combines the visual splendour of fireworks with the Music Garden’s charm.
Alternative Viewing Locations with Audio Broadcast
- Sugar Beach Park (11 Dockside Dr.)
- Harbour Square Park (25 Queens Quay W.)
- HTO Park (339 Queens Quay W.)
- Little Norway Park (659 Queens Quay W.)
While there won’t be fireworks at City Hall or Nathan Phillips Square, these locations will feature glittering lights and ice skating, perfect for a family outing before heading to the waterfront.
For those preferring to celebrate at home, a livestream of the event will be available, ensuring no one misses out on the excitement.
This New Year’s Eve, Toronto is ready to dazzle residents and visitors alike with its stunning fireworks display and a host of celebratory activities.