NBA superstars Lebron James & Andrew Wiggins will host exclusive Toronto Caribbean Carnival kickoff events
(TORONTO, ON – July 27th, 2022) – The Elements Toronto, in affiliation with the Toronto Caribbean Carnival, presents an all-star lineup of events during carnival weekend. Now in its sixth year, the highly anticipated event, ‘Daylight’ hosted by NBA superstar Lebron James will take place on Friday, July 29th at Lavelle. Following the Grand Parade on Saturday, July 30th, is ‘Carnival Celebration,’ an event hosted by Golden State Warriors, NBA Champion, and All-Star Andrew Wiggins at Arcane.
Elements Toronto first introduced ‘Daylight’ in 2015. The incredibly well-attended and well-reviewed event makes its grand return this year at Lavelle. The upscale event attracts people worldwide, including many celebrity guests, and has become synonymous with the energy, feeling, and overall essence of the Toronto Caribbean Carnival long weekend.
‘Carnival Celebration‘ is a sophisticated new event hosted by Golden State Warriors 2022 NBA Champion and All-Star Andrew Wiggins, taking place on Saturday, July 30th, after the Grand Parade. The event will be held at Arcane, widely known for its elegance and chic lounge in the heart of Toronto’s entertainment district. The event will feature sounds from Team Hennessy and Cleveland Cavalier’s official DJ, Steph Floss.
This collaboration provides an upscale carnival experience for festival goers hosted by an all-star celebrity lineup. The presence of two superstar athletes has created an exciting buzz throughout the city. Wiggins, Toronto’s very own, led the Warriors to victory in the 2022 NBA Championship, shooting him to superstardom. Both events will garner much excitement for Canadians and out-of-town visitors, making it the most anticipated parties to attend during the carnival weekend.
The Elements Toronto, in affiliation of The Toronto Caribbean Carnival, presents two back-to-back events:
As Canada’s most significant cultural festival, the Toronto Caribbean Carnival attracts over a million spectators from around the globe for four exciting weeks of Caribbean music, cuisine, arts, and culture.