FAQ’s

All tickets include entry to the event. VIP tickets include access to the VIP Lounge and a few more perks. To see full details on each ticket type and what’s included click here.

If you have not received your tickets or have any ticket related questions, please contact Ticketmaster directly by clicking here.

Please note: All tickets will be mailed out by June 9. All tickets purchased after June 9 will be available at Will Call when you arrive.

Yes, you can pick up your tickets early during box office hours. The box office hours are as follows:

Thursday June 23 2016: 4:30PM – 10:00PM

Friday June 24 2016: 11:00AM – 10:00PM

Saturday June 25 2016 11:00AM – 10:00PM

Sunday June 26 2016: 11:00AM – 5:00PM

Crowns are the official currency of Taste of Toronto. 1 Crown = $1 CAD. All restaurants and exhibitors are required to accept Crowns.  Crowns are used in order to keep the event cashless and ensure seamless transactions. For more information on Crowns, please click here.
We recommend starting with 30 Crowns per person. Restaurant dishes range from 6 – 10 Crowns per dish. We also highly recommend enabling the auto top-up feature prior to arriving onsite to avoid queues. For more information,
click here.
ATM facilities will not be available at Taste of Toronto, though Crown banks accept both debit and credit cards.
Taste of Toronto operates like a restaurant, offering lunch and dinner service. Each session is ticketed separately and you will be asked to leave after your session ends. If you wish to enjoy the festival for a longer period of time, you are welcome to purchase a ticket to an additional session.
Children of any age are welcome to attend Taste of Toronto and strollers are permitted. Admission is free for children under the age of 12, while ages 12-17 require a youth ticket ($10).
Unfortunately, the only pets that are allowed at Taste of Toronto are guide dogs.
Fort York is committed to providing access for visitors to as many areas of the event site as possible. All walkways within the 7-acre walled site are asphalt surfaced and are wheelchair accessible. Some exhibits require walking up or down stairs.
There is no parking onsite at the event, and limited parking nearby. It’s highly recommended to use alternative transportation to get to and from the event. For more information on parking and transportation, please click here.
Yes, chefs are available for photos at their discretion. There are no guarantees that you will be able to get a photo with a chef as we do not have a set time and area for chef photos.
The timetables for the Metro Master Class, Taste Theatre, and Toronto Life Chef’s Table can be seen here.
No food can be brought into the event from the outside. Only bottled water may be brought into the event.
There is no re-entry at Taste of Toronto.
Smoking is not allowed inside the event.

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