Festival Venues

Public Transit

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If you have to catch a series of buses or streetcars, there are full TTC maps available here. Good luck figuring them out! We recommend the smartphone app Rocketman to know when the next bus/streetcar is coming.

The Night Bus

The last subway of the night leaves Ossington station at 1:47am (Eastbound) or 1:59am (Westbound). But there are 24-hour routes including the #300 Bloor/Danforth bus that runs frequently along our venues. For your specific route, check out the night route map.


Fares are available for a single trip ($3.25), day passes ($12.50), or Monday-to-Sunday weekly passes ($43.75)

A fare is valid for one continuous trip on the TTC. You can request a transfer from the driver on the streetcar or bus, or get one from the machine at the subway station you enter at. If you must switch from one mode of transportation to another, simply show your transfer to the driver or ticket agent.

Coming to Toronto

By Air

Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport – YTZ
For those flying in from Chicago, New York or other “short-haul” distances, flying on Porter Airlines Toronto Island Airport might be your best bet. Not only do you fly into the Toronto Island, in the heart of the city, but Porter offers complimentary wine and beer on their flights and you even get take the world’s shortest ferry ride to the mainland!* Porter also provides free shuttle rides to Toronto’s Union Station, where you can catch the TTC to the hotel or to a festival venue.

Lester B. Pearson International Airport – YYZ
Toronto’s major airport is located just outside of Toronto. Almost all major airlines fly into Pearson. Look up ways to get to and from Pearson Airport

By Train

If you are traveling to Toronto by train, you will want to arrive into Union Station, where you can easily catch the subway, known as the TTC, to the hotel or a festival venue.

By Bus

Toronto has a Greyhound terminal located in the heart of downtown, at 610 Bay Street, which is one block west of Dundas Subway Station.