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Upcoming Events

Kingston Buskers Rendezvous

Kingston Buskers Rendezvous

July 4 - 7. Your jaw will drop! You will 'ooooooo'. You will 'aaaahhhh'. You will cheer. And you will laugh 'til it hurts when some of the greatest Buskers in the world take over downtown Kingston!
Movies in the Square

Movies in the Square

Springer Market Square will once again be transformed into an open-air theatre for free movies every Thursday.
Princess St. Promenade

Princess St. Promenade

June 22. Take a stroll down Princess Street for the ultimate outdoor street festival! Giveaways, live music, FREE samples, and the best shopping of the year! 

Buskers, Promenades & Movies

Signature Events

There’s always something happening downtown, and our full roster of one-of-a-kind events keeps Kingston celebrating all year. Out-of-towners and Kingston locals alike are counting down the days until their next favourite downtown Kingston event.

June 22, July 20, August 3, September 21, 2024

Princess St. Promenade

This one-of-a-kind outdoor shopping festival brings Princess Street to life! Downtown businesses and community groups are taking to the streets with unique wares, exclusive dining options, giveaways, games and much more!

Thursdays June - September

Movies in the Square

Laugh, cry and enjoy your favourite movies with the community at Movies in the Square. In the summer Springer Market Square is transformed into an outdoor theatre most Thursdays at sunset.

July 4 - 7, 2024

Kingston Buskers Rendevous

Jugglers, acrobats, fire eaters, musicians, balloon twisters, and more! Perfomers from around the world fill downtown at the Kingston Buskers Rendevous.

September 27, 2024.

Art After Dark

Local downtown galleries and art-loving businesses in downtown Kingston will be showcasing some of the best art in the city and special surprises along the way!

TBC 2024.

Nighttime Santa Parade

Santa Claus is coming to K-town! The Nighttime Santa Parade leaves promptly at 5:00 pm from the Bath Road/Princess Street area, and goes all the way down Princess to Ontario Street.