The most striking and enchanting event in the cultural life of the city is the Caribana Festival, which usually starts in late July and lasts for more than two weeks. An amazing and bustling holiday with an abundance of costumed processions and solemn parades every year attracts thousands of visitors to Toronto. The festival name speaks for itself; it is dedicated to Caribbean culture. The event is famous for its fiery rhythms of music and an abundance of bright dresses.
For several weeks, a modern Canadian city turns into a typical Caribbean resort where laughter and cheerful music are heard everywhere. The special child festival is held along with Caribana; its traditions are exactly the same as of adult holiday. Younger guests of the festival are offered to try unique outfits, to choose the queen and king of the holiday and to take part in fun competitions and contests for the most extravagant costume.
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