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Downtown Kingston! would like to invite everyone to take a stroll down Princess Street this Saturday, September 28th for the Princess Street Promenade! This popular festival, which runs from 10am to 5pm, closes Princess Street to vehicular traffic from Division Street to Ontario Street. Read More...
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Friday, September 27th, art galleries and art loving businesses will once again open their doors for Art After Dark. This biannual event has been running for over 10 years and is always met with great reception by art enthusiasts who are starting or adding to their personal art collections. Read More...
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Bracelets are on sale as of today at several locations! The $20 bracelet is good for all the outdoor concerts and participating venues over the four-day festival. Bracelet purchasers also receive a $10 Blues Buck good for $10 off at participating locations. Read More...
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Kingston Buskers Rendezvous ended yesterday evening with the always entertaining Grand Finale in Confederation Park. An over-flowing audience enjoyed performances by 10 of this year’s amazing crop of street performers. DynaMike, originally from Canada, and now residing in Denmark, was the pick for People’s Choice of 2019! Read More...
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It’s hungry (and thirsty!) work touring around downtown Kingston taking in all the amazing sights and sounds of the 31st annual Kingston Buskers Rendezvous! That’s why a group of downtown Kingston restaurants have teamed up to offer some delicious local fare and beverages during the four days of the festival. Read More...
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What started as a fun addition to Downtown Kingston!’s July Sidewalk Sale is now in its 31st (wow!) year and is known as one of the preeminent festivals of its kind in Canada. This year’s event, presented by The Kingston Whig-Standard, runs from July 4-7. Read More...
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When it comes to looking for something to do on Canada Day, look no further than downtown Kingston and Confederation Park. There are many great events planned to entertain the whole family! Read More...
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Celebrate the beginning of summer this Saturday, June 15th with #DKShopFest! #DKShopFest is the evolution of downtown’s traditional sidewalk sale. Merchants up and down Princess, Brock and side streets will be putting out some of their best items so you can enjoy the sunshine while you shop! Read More...
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The Limestone City Blues Festival will once again bring downtown Kingston alive with the sounds of the blues on August 22, 23, 24 & 25. Celebrating its 23rd anniversary, the festival is delighted to announce Kenny Neal as the Springer Market Square headliner. Read More...
Movies in the Square
Downtown Kingston! is delighted to announce the 13th season of Movies in the Square, held Thursday evenings at dusk in Springer Market Square. An eclectic lineup of classic movies will be projected on our inflatable screen on the Market Street side of the square. Read More...
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Music in the Park Series Kicks off Thursday June 20! Don’t miss the kick off of this summer’s Music in the Park series on Thursday, June 20 at 12:30. Join local musicians, Reansbury & Jones, in Confederation Park as they open another great season of Music in the Park. Read More...
At the Downtown Kingston! Board of Directors annual Spring General Meeting on May 29, the George Muirhead Heritage Awards will be presented. These awards honour the best historically sensitive renovations and developments of properties in the downtown core. Read More...
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Friday, May 24th, art galleries and art loving businesses will once again open their doors for Art After Dark.

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In just a few short weeks, the 15th annual downtown winter celebration, Feb Fest will take over downtown for the entire month of February stocked full of winter fun for the entire family.

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