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MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA

YOUTH DAY

YOUTH DAY is a FREE annual festival celebrating the positive achievements of young people showcasing their music and dance, which in Toronto, our inaugural city, attracts over 30, 000 visitors; including art, photography, fashion and film; which are all also coming soon to Jamaica!

Held on 18 acres of beautiful beachfront property in downtown Montego Bay, the event features 12 hours of non-stop performance on two outdoor stages, plus a talented YD Art Gallery. Start your new year by being a part of it! #BePartOfIT

 

YOUTH DAY Canada Highlights:
  • The festival has attracted over 180, 000 people in Canada since 2007 and its success continues to grow globally, with a loyal following of attendees, performers and social media fans.
  • Year after year YOUTH DAY Toronto is proclaimed an ‘Event of Municipal Significance’ by The City of Toronto and the mayor of MoBay has also endorsed this commendable community initiative for our youth.
  • The event includes a variety of attractions with artisan and food vendors plus informative community tables, corporate booths and live activations.
  • Media has deemed the event “The Largest Youth Festival Of Its Kind”.
  • Our unmatched 12-hour roster which runs from 11-11, features over 100 live acts, with non-stop performances and more than 350 young people showcasing their talents.
  • YOUTH DAY Toronto has broken 3 world records to date.
  • Signature features of the event include: Opening flag parade, Fashion shows, 6 O’Clock moment of silence dedicated to youth lost to violence and mentors including headliners and celebrities.
  • Operated as a non-profit event, enabled by corporate champions, the festival is managed by dedicated volunteers and those choosing to make a difference for our next generation.
 
Volunteer opportunities and auditions for young artists will be posted here and on our Facebook fan page. 
 
 
Thank you to all of our dedicated sponsors and supporters