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Photo Diary | The Prettiness of Bestival Toronto

A creative wonderland by the name of Bestival Toronto descended upon the iconic and picturesque Hanlan’s Point Beach, Toronto Island on June 12th and 13th. Originally from across the pond, Bestival is known for its ingenious vision and eclectic music. It is all about embracing the moment and truly living life to its fullest being whomever you desire to be. I had the wonderful opportunity to attend and it was quite the experience with a sense of adventure and escapism from the real world. Music was top notch with Florence and The Machine closing Friday evening with a brilliant set performing my favourite songs Shake It Out and Ship To Wreck while Banks performed on Saturday bringing the much needed sunshine to the island. 

As the new kid on the block, Bestival Toronto sure did shine despite a few hiccups. With that said, there was a whole other world beyond the music to this festival filled with knitting, costume parades, wacky weddings and beach raves. This is surely an event I'll be attending again!

Snapshots of my Bestival Toronto adventures:

{Lucky Lounge - VIP)

{Banks performing on Saturday evening}

{Day of the Dead Bus}

{Fido's Grove of Curiosities}

{Fido's Grove of Curiosities}

{Fido's Grove of Curiosities - Human Size Jenga Game}

Like what you see? View more pictures here on Facebook

For more information, visit www.bestivaltoronto.com

See you next year!
Rosalyn Gambhir
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