Fringe KidsFest Club 2019

An outdoor space where kids and families can enjoy free play stations, workshops, activities, and much more!

Located in a grassy field right next to the KidsFest performance venue, the KidsFest Club is a fun, safe and welcoming playspace for kids of all ages and their families. The club offers awesome FREE daily activities including the Toronto Public Library, Arts & Crafts, Lego & Megablocks, Costumes & Puppets, Bubbles and Kinetic Sand, and new this year – The Fort!

Weekend events and special activities include the ever-popular Bouncy Castle, Fay and Fluffy’s Storytime, the Royal Ontario Museum, special KidsFest workshops with our performers, and a visit from a super-secret princess and superhero courtesy of Forever Fairest!

Click here to view the Workshop and Special Guest Schedule.

KidsFest Club hours are Thursday July 4th: 12pm until the start of the last show of the day and Friday July 5th – Sunday July 14th: 10:30am until the start of the last show of the day. The KidsFestClub is located in the field just south of Varsity Stadium and the George Ignatieff Theatre (15 Devonshire Place); the nearest major intersection is Bloor St. and St. George Street. All activities are free unless indicated by ($) and donations are accepted. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Catch a show! KidsFest performances are only $5 for kids and $11 for adults. For more information on Fringe KidsFest 2019, visit

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