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    Toronto’s art-inspired event was supposed to happen in June but increased COVID-19 restrictions have prompted officials to postpone the event until October. However, organizers claim their 15th anniversary event will be rescheduled so they “can safely deliver a powerful program which shares the artists’ collective vision.” 

    Last year’s Luminato Festival was held virtually so this year, organizers would rather wait to transition to an in person event. The festival is run by a non-profit organization that wants to ensure the participants will be safe and healthy. 

    The future date is not specified but the organization will release details in June. They did specify that the event will include Canadian film and digital experiences from across the Greater Toronto Area. Typically, these experiences would consist of live music, dance, and theatrical performances.

    Festival Organizers say they are working with the city and a specialist in COVID-19 health and safety to properly plan a safe event.

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