“You are never too small to make a difference” – Greta Thunberg Leading authors, musicians, and drag queens will help kids aged 2-8 build a sustainable city at our 12th Annual TOTSAPALOOZA Festival on Saturday, February 1st, 2-4pm, at Revival Nightclub (783 College). A limited number of deeply discounted Early Bird tickets are now available: click here.
Acclaimed drag performers and arts educators Fay Slift and Fluffy Souffle will host the festivities and conduct a special edition of their much-loved Drag Queen Storytime.
Eric Hogan and Tara Hungerford have adapted their hit CBC-Kids TV show Scout and The Gumboot Kids into a set of four picture books. They’ll launch the books with Juno award-winning singer-songwriter, Jessie Farrell, and full-sized mascots of the show’s stars, mouse duo Scout and Daisy.
Taking a cue from Scout and Daisy’s exploration of nature’s mysteries, we’ll run an environmentally-themed edition of our popular model city-building project Mouse City. Future urban planners can create a valley city out of craft materials and recyclables.
Author James Gladstone and illustrator Gary Clement will present their gorgeous new book My Winter City. Don’t miss Emmy Award-winning writers Susan McLennan and Mike Erskine-Kellie‘s debut picture book, I Got You A Present! .
TOTSAPALOOZA 12 will feature perennial audience favourites like a Pop-Up Bakery by Kensington Market mainstay Wanda’s Pie-in- the Sky, whose healthy, homemade treats will fuel partygoers of all ages. The Children’s Book Bank is joining us again this year as a community partner.
A limited number of deeply discounted, Early Bird tickets (Adults $10 / Kids $5) are now available. When they sell out, regular prices (Adult $15/Kids $10) go into effect. Why wait and pay full price?
To get your Early Bird tickets, click here
TOTSAPALOOZA sells out every single year.