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"Outdoor Entertainment"
Named after the late Nathan Phillips, Toronto's "Mayor to all the people," this architectural delight is located at the foot of City Hall. It is the focal point for many events throughout the year, including the First Night Toronto festival every New Year's Eve. During the summer it is home to many outdoor entertainers and live bands.
100 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON, Canada, M5H 2N1
"Outdoor Entertainment"
Named after the late Nathan Phillips, Toronto's "Mayor to all the people," this architectural delight is located at the foot of City Hall. It is the focal point for many events throughout the year, including the First Night Toronto festival every New Year's Eve. During the summer it is home to many outdoor entertainers and live bands.
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Nathan Phillips Square

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Mainstage Marquee at Nathan Phillips Square
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Toronto
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Bergeron Centre for Engineering Excellence
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The Centre for Hospitality and Culinary Arts
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Toronto City Hall
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100 Queen Street West
Toronto, ON, Canada, M5H 2N1
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