Pedestrian Sundays at Kensington Market kicks off again

On every last Sunday of the month from May to October, Kensington Market hosts a popular festival called “Pedestrian Sundays” where the street is closed off to vehicle traffic and the neighbourhood comes together to celebrate with food, music, and entertainment. The festival kicked off it’s 11th season this past weekend and we gladly attended the party. Here are some highlights of the event.

PSKcrowdHundreds of people showed up for the festival’s opening weekend.

artshowThere was a new section for a curated art fair featuring local artists.


Sanagan’s Meat Locker offering porchetta sandwiches and sausages to hungry crowds.


 Patrons lined up at Rasta Pasta for some tasty jerk chicken.


Churros anyone? Yes, please!


Grabbing a seat on a funky inflatable couch.


Musicians performing outside of Sanci’s on Kensington Avenue.


Getting a haircut on the street!


The market’s iconic garden car was brought out for the first time this year.

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