Zone C South/West
Chose from 50 dusk-to-dawn destinations in Zone C. Home to an impressive concentration of galleries, art centres, unique cafés and distinctive hotels, the South/West zone has plenty to see along both Queen Street West and Liberty Street. In Liberty Village encounter a complete sensory experience of blazing fire, the rush of a waterfall, and the sound of coconut crunching beneath your feet.
Zone C features two curated Exhibitions located in the Liberty Village area. Curator Haema Sivanesan’s Exhibition of seven provocative installations is a dark and unsettling exploration of cultural diversity in art that generates a cross-cultural dialogue. Dave Dyment’s Exhibition of eight installations delve into concepts of hope and expectation with works that can connect with large audiences. All Exhibition projects are mapped with a square symbol.
Check out 35 art destinations created by 28 Independent Project partners. Each Independent Project is mapped with a circle symbol.
The 509 Harbourfront Streetcar Rapid Transit line provides the perfect link between Zone B and C. This line will run frequently between Union Station in Zone B to Exhibition Place in Zone C for the full duration of the event.
Frequency of service will be increased for the night on the King Street line to also help you travel across the city.
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, and a spot to relax, visit the Scotiabank Information Centre located in the Lamport Stadium parking lot on Liberty Street (south of King Street West).
You can also visit any of the Zone C 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.