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The Stop Night Market

June 14 - June 15, 2016
158 Sterling Road, Toronto

The Stop’s Night Market returns in 2016 to celebrate its fifth anniversary. The event will be back on Sterling Road in Toronto’s Junction Triangle neighbourhood, this time in the open lot at 158 Sterling Road. On Tuesday, June 14th and Wednesday, June 15th, The Stop Community Food Centre’s most popular fundraising event will transform this new vacant lot into a bustling and aromatic market, bringing together Toronto’s most talented creatives from the culinary, design, performance, and graphic arts sectors to celebrate diversity, community, and the power of food. Tickets, each valid for one night only, will go on sale at 12PM on Wednesday, May 11th through the event website at   

The Stop’s Night Market will feature more than 70 of Toronto’s best chefs and more than 35 unique food carts, each created by local design teams. This year, cart designs will be subject to evaluation by a four-person jury, including Alex Bozikovic, architecture critic at The Globe & Mail; David Liss, Curator Advisor at The Museum of Contemporary Art_Toronto_Canada; Casey Mecija, multi-disciplinary artist, musician, and host of “The Doc Project” on CBC Radio One; and Vivek Shraya, artist.

All proceeds from The Stop’s Night Market support The Stop’s critical food access and community-building programs. 

For a complete list of food and beverage vendors to date (subject to change), as well as design teams, visit our event website at

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