Huge support for Sushi Festival Prompts venue Change
Toronto’s overwhelming support for the first and largest Toronto Sushi Festival on March 5 and 6, 2015 has prompted organizers to change to a bigger venue to deliver a better experience to festival guests. The new venue is at the Japanese Canadian Cultural Center, at 6 Garamond Court, in Toronto, Ontario.
The JCCC, one of the largest and most vibrant Japanese cultural centres in the world, promises to give guests an authentic sushi festival experience. The world class venue attracts over 200,000 people to its festivals, concerts, martial arts tournaments and special events annually. Festival organizers are not surprised by Toronto’s initial response since there are over 500 sushi restaurants in the city.
People should not miss the chance to join the 2015 Toronto Sushi Festival where the best sushi recipes available in the different parts of the country will be showcased. Celebrity chef Dennis Tay of Top Chef Canada are among the exciting participants in the festival. Activities include live demonstrations, live entertainment, open mic karaoke, door prizes and a full service VIP lounge. This will be a guaranteed sold out event organized to achieve a perfect guest to vendor ratio.
Early bird tickets have already been sold out. Sushi lovers are advised to get their tickets now at https://torontosushifestival.eventbrite.ca while they are still available. For more information on the festival visit www.sushifestival.ca, become a fan at Facebook: www.facebook.com/TorontoSushiFestival or follow @SushiToronto on Twitter. Doors open at 5 p.m. and close at 10 p.m. for the two-day event.