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Celebrating 20 Years of the Award-winning TD Salsa in Toronto Festival

2024 Milestone Lineup Unveiled and Countdown to the

Highly Anticipated FREE TD Salsa at St. Clair Street Festival is on!

(Toronto, ON – JUNE 6, 2024) Get ready to #keepdancingcanada! The Canadian Salsa Festivals Project (CSFP) has unveiled the lineup for the 20th anniversary of Canada’s largest Latin-themed festival at its VIP Launch Party. The Award-winning TD Salsa in Toronto Festival, transported guests to a tropical paradise at the Sheraton Hotel Waterfall Garden for an evening of authentic flavours, music, dance, and celebration where festival ambassador Camila Gonzalez announced exciting 2024 highlights.

The celebratory 20th annual TD Salsa in Toronto Festival lineup is bigger and better than ever and features a jam-packed calendar of events leading up to the TD Salsa on St. Clair Street Festival on Saturday, July 6th and Sunday, July 7th, 2024. The festivities transform the city into the ultimate summer Latin fiesta featuring an international calibre of Latin music, art showcases, Latin eats, mucho dancing, and fun for the entire familia. 

New Additions to Celebrate 20 Years of TD Salsa in Toronto:

  • Salsa Tremblant: Salsa is expanding into Quebec with its new affiliate event in Mont Tremblant from August 23-25, bringing the Latin culture to Pedestrian village.
  • Salsa on Market Street: Three Sundays of Salsa dancing in the heart of Toronto’s Old Town (June 18, July 28, August 18) bringing the Latin flair to the historic St. Lawrence neighbourhood.
  • Salsa Ambassador Search: A nationwide casting call to find the next face of the festival, in collaboration with media partners TLN TV and Univision Canada. The year-long campaign will culminate in the announcement of the new Ambassador for the 2025 festival. The audition stage is now open and accepting entries. Visit for more details.

Returning Festival Favourites Include:

  • Vibrante Art Exhibition: Featuring local Latino artwork at the Little EGG Gallery featuring local artwork created by up-and-coming Latino artists ages 0-18.
  • Free Dance Lessons: Expanded to more locations across Southern Ontario.
  • TD Salsa at Blue Mountain: Collingwood heats up from June 21-23.
  • Salsa Afterparties: July 6 and 7 at the El Mocambo, one of Canada's most iconic music venues.
  • Salsa for Seniors: Dance lessons for Salsa lovers of all ages at Sorrento Retirement Residence and Toronto’s Columbus Centre.
  • TD Welcome to Canada Literacy Program: A series of pop-up events throughout the summer including at TD Salsa at Blue Mountain and TD Salsa on St. Clair.
  • TD Salsa on St. Clair: The crown jewel of the festival, the 20th edition of the highly anticipated TD Salsa on St. Clair Street Festival on the weekend of July 6th and 7th.

Stretching from Winona Dr. to Christie St., the TD Salsa on St. Clair Street Festival takes over Hillcrest Village in the heart of mid-town Toronto and transforms the city into the hottest multicultural celebration of the year. From Churros to Paella, the street festival features the best in authentic Latin flavours with over 35 local food vendors for attendees to indulge in the hottest dishes from more than 15 Hispanic countries across the globe. Enjoy LIVE performances from 350+ performers showcased in the Jackpot City Festival Lineup including weekend headliners and crowd-favourites Carlinhos Salgueiro, Leonardo Garcia & Son Horizonte, Max Rosado, and more.

Take in the colourful folkloric performances during the Fiesta Parade Presented By Mucho Burrito. And with over 25 dance instructors across the festival footprint, it’s no wonder hundreds of thousands of locals and visitors alike attend the festival year after year for the country’s biggest street dance party.

TD Salsa on St. Clair will be hosted by a vibrant team of festival ambassadors including TLN Media Group personality, Camila Gonzalez and Special Events Hosts, Ivan Wanis Ruiz and Renzo Garcia.

"Festivals like TD Salsa in Toronto and TD Salsa on St. Clair Street help bring people together to experience the vibrancy and diversity of our communities. Through the TD Ready Commitment, our corporate citizenship platform, we're proud to support equity-focused cultural events that create opportunities for people to connect and provide a platform to highlight the unique and diverse talent that makes up our local communities." – Robyn Small, Senior Manager, Philanthropy, Sustainability & Corporate Citizenship, TD Bank Group.

"As a proud founder of the TD Salsa on St. Clair Street Festival, we couldn’t be prouder to celebrate the milestone 20th edition,” states Aldo Di Felice, President of TLN Media Group. “Celebrating 40 years as Canada's most influential multicultural media company, TLN Media Group is committed to uniting Canadians through shared experiences, and what better way to celebrate our milestone anniversary than with Canada’s biggest Latin street party! The popularity of the nationally recognized TD Salsa in Toronto Festival over the last two decades is a testament to the growth of Canada's diverse Latin community and the country’s over 1.7 million Spanish speakers."*

Watch video highlights here: TD Salsa In Toronto Festival 2024 Launch Party - Salsa in Toronto

Follow @salsaintoronto or visit for all the latest news, event updates, artist announcements, contest giveaways, and more!

The TD Salsa in Toronto Festival is produced by the Canadian Salsa Festivals Project, a federally incorporated not-for-profit organization.

Get your dancing shoes ready…It’s going to be ¡Caliente!

For more info contact: Karen Bautista | Canadian Salsa Festivals Project | 647.885.3366 |

*Source: Vividata SCC | Study of the Canadian Consumer Winter 2024*

About TD Salsa In Toronto

Canada’s #1 Latino-themed cultural celebration, the TD Salsa in Toronto Festival celebrates the Latino culture through music, dance, art and authentic cuisine. The festivities feature Latin dance and art exhibitions, musical performances, authentic cuisine and non-stop salsa dancing at the biggest Latin fiesta in Canada, the TD Salsa on St. Clair Street Festival!

About Canadian Salsa Festivals Project

The mandate of the Canadian Salsa Festivals Project (“CSFP”) is to develop, produce, support, promote and present ethno-culturally relevant heritage-based works and experiences which elevate public appreciation, understanding and participation in Canada’s rich multicultural traditions. This is a federally incorporated not-for-profit entity and the main organizer of the annual TD Salsa in Toronto Festival, Canada’s largest celebration of Latin arts, music, and culture.

About TD Global Corporate Citizenship

TD has a long-standing commitment to enriching the lives of its customers, colleagues and communities. As part of its corporate citizenship platform, the TD Ready Commitment, TD is targeting CDN $1 billion (US $775 million) in total by 2030 towards community giving in four areas critical to opening doors for a more inclusive and sustainable tomorrow – Financial Security, Vibrant Planet, Connected Communities and Better Health. Through the TD Ready Commitment, TD aspires to link its business, philanthropy and human capital to help people feel more confident - not just about their finances, but also in their ability to achieve their personal goals in a changing world. For further information, visit

About TLN Media Group

Celebrating 40 years of service, the TLN Media Group organization brands inform and entertain millions of Canadians.

Since launching in 1984, the original ethnic TV channel “Telelatino” has expanded to become a multichannel operator TLN Media Group, and Canada’s most influential multicultural media company.

TLN Media Group is an independent, immigrant-owned organization dedicated to connecting communities through storytelling and shared experiences. As a multicultural media leader, TLN Media Group selects, curates, produces, and commissions unique and culturally significant TV and digital content distributed in Canada and worldwide.

TLN TV, the original flagship channel has evolved into a mainstream-friendly destination providing multiculturally rich content. TLN Media Group also operates Canada’s most widely available multilingual TV channels led by top Italian language services Mediaset Italia Canada and TGCOM24 news network , as well as Spanish language leader Univision Canada. Additional TV channels include Canada’s first and only Heritage language channels for kids, Telebimbi (Italian) and Teleniños (Spanish), bringing well-known Canadian-made kids shows to families nationwide; and EuroWorld Sport TV, a channel dedicated to sports fandom.

TLN Media Group has also produced and promoted many cultural events and festivals, the most widely recognized of which is the annual TD Salsa in Toronto/Salsa on St. Clair summer festival and street party.

Whether in Italian, Spanish, English and other languages, TLN has played a key role in the development of the national multicultural media landscape.

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