Cześć! Join us on Saturday September 16th and Sunday September 17th for the 2017 Roncesvalles Polish Festival, North America’s largest celebration of Polish culture in Toronto’s best neighbourhood!
Now entering its thirteenth year, the Festival adds an old world charm to today’s Roncesvalles Village, well-known as one of Toronto’s most vibrant, diverse and creative communities.
Dance Under the Stars!
Enjoy great local and international music, including Polish folklore, Polka and Euro dance bands, and entertainment from near and far on multiple stages. Saturday night enjoy the ever-popular Dance Under The Stars polka party. Come out and sample fantastic cuisine from over 40 renowned restaurants, cafes, bakeries, and bistros, along Roncesvalles, and of course, lots of traditional Polish fare, including pierogi, kielbasa, bigos, cabbage rolls, and much much more!
Discover treasures along the 18 blocks of boutique shops and merchants, and check out the Polish Artwalk taking place in many shops along the way. We also have an Art Zone, Car Show and many great vendors with unique products and food.
The Roncesvalles Polish Festival is easy to get to by transit and car, family-friendly and free, with lots of entertainment for kids, families, and adults, including two midway areas, three stages with continuous entertainment, two giant beverage gardens, and of course the wonderful offerings of Roncesvalles Village’s restaurants and merchants.
Find out what over 300,000 people discovered last year: nobody knows how to party quite like us!
See you at the Roncesvalles Polish Festival!
Stage Schedule and Highlights
See Schedule / Highlights page for more details.
The Roncesvalles Polish Festival takes place on the whole of Roncesvalles Avenue, from Queen St. West to Dundas St. West.
Located in Toronto’s west end, Roncesvalles Avenue is easily accessed by car or transit.
With over 300,000 people expected to attend this year’s Festival parking may be challenging, so its best to take transit.
Roncesvalles Avenue, Toronto, ON, Canada
Sat, 16 September, 2017, 11:00 am