Chances are you’ve stumbled upon a cool laneway hidden in the concrete jungle we call home. Usually smothered in graffiti, these back allies set the perfect scene for a pop-up festival, right?
Enter: The Laneway Project. This summer, The Laneway Project is bringing a series of Laneway Crawls to five different neighbourhoods in Toronto. “A Laneway Crawl is a pop-up festival that redefines how we think of, experience and use our city’s laneways.”
Want to join in? Attend any of the dates below, and if a crawl is passing through your laneway, set up something fun like an activity, play music, or set up a vendor stand.
Laneway Crawl Schedule:
June 11: Bloordale
June 18: Summer Solstice (The Junction)
July 16: Reggae Lane (Little Jamaica)
August 20: Danforth East
September 25: Crawlfest (Christie Pits)
For more info, check out The Laneway Project’s website.
Here are some photos from last year’s first Laneway Crawl: