You’re Invited to Scotiabank Nuit Blanche 2015 Event at No Cost For an Exploration & Celebration of Contemporary Art in Toronto, Canada, Oct.3 from 6:55 P.M. Until Sunrise on Oct.4

The following video presents Nuit Blanche Toronto: A 10-year retrospective:

“Celebrating 10 years of transformative art in Toronto…..Toronto buzzed with excitement as Nuit Blanche Toronto was first unleashed on an unsuspecting city.

Torontonians left behind the comfort of their beds en masse and ventured out onto the city’s streets for an all-night exploration and celebration of contemporary art.

Since the inaugural event, more than 9.5 million people explored 1,200 art projects by 4,500 artists.

Join us on October 3, 2015 for the 10th edition and experience this FREE all-night contemporary art event.

For more info, visit:

Follow: @sbnuitblancheTO Tag: #snbTO”

You are invited to Nuit Blanche Toronto, a FREE event on Saturday, October 3, 2015 from 6:55 p.m. until sunrise on Sunday, October 4!

“On Saturday, October 3 from 6:55 p.m. until sunrise on Sunday, October 4, the streets of Toronto will be transformed by more than 110 art projects created by and featuring nearly 400 artists for the 10th edition of #snbTO. Visit for information & start planning your night!”

Enjoy! / Amusez vous bien!


Scotiabank Nuit Blanche 2015 – planning ahead and getting around on October 3 and 4

From sunset at 6:55 p.m. on Saturday, October 3 to sunrise on Sunday, October 4, Toronto’s all-night celebration of contemporary art once again returns to the city’s streets. To help people plan ahead for the event, information about getting to, around and home from the event is available at

Digital guide and navigating the night
A streamlined version of the navigation website will be available on mobile devices on October 3 at Use GPS to find the closest projects and to get around for the event. Projects can be found and viewed by location, artist or project name. Additional information about the optimized web app can be found at Event updates will also be available on Twitter at @sbnuitblancheTO, #snbTO throughout the night.

Event map
A map and detailed event information are available via the website and on mobile devices, as noted above. During the event, a paper map is available at any of the Scotiabank Nuit Blanche Information Centres: Nathan Phillips Square, 100 Queen St. W., Union Station, 65 Front St. W., and the southeast corner of College Street and University Avenue.

Public transit
People are advised to park their car and explore the event on foot and by public transit. Take advantage of all-night TTC service on part of the subway system and extended GO Transit service.

Special TTC services
In addition to the regular all-night Blue Night Network service, the TTC (Toronto Transit Commission) is extending all-night service to a portion of the subway. The Line 1, Yonge-University-Spadina subway will run all night from Downsview to Finch stations and the Line 2, Bloor-Danforth subway will run all night from Kipling to Kennedy stations. The 501 Queen Streetcar will be diverted onto King Street, between Spadina Avenue and Church Street. Free, all-night parking is available at TTC commuter parking lots. More information is available at

Special Event TTC Day Pass
The TTC is offering a Scotiabank Nuit Blanche special event day pass, on sale now at TTC collector booths for $11.50. It allows a single customer or a family/group of customers (up to six people, maximum two adults and four children/youths 19 years of age or under) to pay one low price for unlimited travel on all regular TTC service. It is valid for travel from the start of service Saturday, October 3 until 9 a.m. on Sunday, October 4. Day passes cannot be used at automatic entrances.

Special GO Transit services
Regular GO Train service runs half hourly on Saturday, October 3 along the Lakeshore line between Aldershot and Oshawa. The rest of the GO network is served by GO Bus. To accommodate the late-night festivities, GO is running extra late-night trains to and from Union Station. Two extra homebound trains will run along the Lakeshore GO lines in the early hours of October 4. The Milton, Kitchener, Barrie and Stouffville GO lines will each have a special train travelling into Toronto on October 3, returning homebound in the early hours of October 4. Late night GO buses will run on most routes from
the Union Station Bus Terminal. For those staying all night, regular scheduled Lakeshore train trips out of Union Station resume Sunday morning at 6:43 a.m. westbound to Aldershot and at 7:13 a.m. eastbound to Oshawa. Visit for schedules.

With a GO Group Pass, up to three youths ride free for the price of two paying adults. The GO Group Pass allows up to five people (maximum two adults and three youths under the age of 18) unlimited travel in one day between two fare zones. For Scotiabank Nuit Blanche, the GO group and day passes purchased on Saturday, October 3 are valid for the extra homebound train trips on Sunday, October 4.

Toronto Parking Authority
Details about Green P parking close to Nuit Blanche activities are available at

Road closures
Partial and full road closures will be in effect due to expected event attendance and to improve free-flowing access to the art projects, giving pedestrians safe and easy access. As a result, portions of the following streets will be closed to vehicles from Saturday, October 3 to Sunday, October 4:
– Queens Quay between York Street and Parliament Street (4 p.m. to 9 a.m.)
– Queen Street West between Yonge Street and University Avenue (6 p.m. to 8 a.m.)
– Bay Street between Dundas Street West and Queens Quay (6 p.m. to 8 a.m.)
– Queen’s Park between Bloor Street and Queen’s Park Crescent (5 p.m. to 8 a.m.) and
– Queen’s Park Crescent between Queen’s Park and College Street (5 p.m. to 8 a.m.).

Full details about the road closures are available at

About Scotiabank Nuit Blanche
Scotiabank Nuit Blanche is Toronto’s annual all-night celebration of contemporary art, produced by the City of Toronto in collaboration with Toronto’s arts community. Since 2006, the event has featured more than 1,200 official art installations by 4,500 artists and has generated over $227 million in economic impact for Toronto. The event has received many accolades including most recently the Economic Developers Council of Ontario (EDCO) Awards of Excellence for Public-Private Partnerships, Sponsorship Marketing (SMA) Award of Distinction for Festivals, Best Free Cultural Happenings in Now
Magazine’s annual “Best Of” poll for a seventh year in a row and number seven All-Time Favourite Festivals, Fairs and Events in Field Day’s fourth annual Toronto entertainment survey. Look for information and updates at, on Facebook at, Twitter at @sbnuitblancheTO, #snbTO and Instagram at @sbnuitblancheTO, #snbTO.

Toronto is Canada’s largest city, the fourth largest in North America, and home to a diverse population of about 2.8 million people. It is a global centre for business, finance, arts and culture and is consistently ranked one of the world’s most livable cities. For information on non-emergency City services and programs, Toronto residents, businesses and visitors can visit, call 311, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, or follow us @TorontoComms.

Anastasia Saradoc
Economic Development and Culture


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