Discover 42 art destinations in Zone B. Rich in local history, Downtown South clusters art projects amid both Victorian architecture dating back to Toronto’s beginnings in the early 19th century and the towering glass, concrete and steel skyscrapers found in the Financial District. Normally eerily silent after dark on a Saturday night, Bay Street towers and parking lots will be infused with art.
Curated by Wayne Baerwaldt, the Zone B Exhibition includes 15 sentimental and spooky installations that endeavour to blur the lines between performer and audience. All Exhibition projects are mapped with a square symbol.
This zone features 27 destinations by 24 Independent Projects waiting to be discovered. Each Independent Project is mapped with a circle symbol.
It’s easy to travel between Zone A and B on foot or by bike. Plus, both zones have a high concentration of art destinations very close to the Yonge-University subway line. Pick up a TTC Day Pass and ride the loop all-night long. Frequency of service will be increased for the night on King Street to help you get across to the Distillery District in Zone B. Jump aboard the Harbourfront Streetcar Rapid Transit line at Union Station for a quick ride to Zone C.
Be aware that only a portion of the subway system has extended operating hours beyond 1:30 am. Not all stations are open all night. Plan ahead!
For onsite maps and information, refreshments, merchandise, washrooms, and a spot to relax, visit the Zone B Scotiabank Information Centre located at Scotia Plaza.
You can also visit any of the Zone B satellite information tents to pick up maps and ask questions.
Take a look at the Plan Ahead section of the website for information on symbols you’ll find throughout the site, navigational signs, plus suggested routes and itineraries.