TWO DAYS OF HALAL FOOD!

Celebrate Toronto's diversity with the best halal restaurants, manufacturers, bakeries and specialty stores representing cuisines from around the world. More than 100 food exhibitors will be on the show floor, ready to serve you their unique offerings.

SEVEN FESTIVAL AREAS

Two days of food, live demonstrations, seminars, cooking competitions, performances and more enjoyed over five festival areas and over 100,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space: Sample City, Shops at Halal Food Fest, Main Stage, Street Fest and Kids Zone.

MEET OUR FESTIVAL PERSONALITIES

Meet our industry experts and performers as they participate in various programs throughout the festival. Our festival personalities come to Halal Food Festival Toronto with strong backgrounds and passion for their craft. Join our performers plus many others for various seminars, discussions and performances throughout both festival days.

CATCH A LIVE SHOW

With three festival stages you’ll never miss a beat. Grab a seat, take a break from sampling foods and enjoy a range of entertainment from popular Nasheed Artists, Live Cooking Competitions and Cooking Shows. We’ll have everything from mixing mocktails, growing editable gardens, comedy acts, intense panel discussions and chef’s insider secrets.
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STAY TUNED FOR 2016!

Online Tickets for 2016 will be available soon!

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Festival Highlights

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