Day 1 "U-Night"
Friday July 21st 7-10pm
Unity Studio
1560 Yonge St. #204,
Toronto, ON M4T 2S9


Running for 15 years, Unity Fest is Unity’s annual flagship event series that celebrates and showcases the excellence and authenticity that exists in the Canadian Hip Hop community. Originally focused within the Greater Toronto Area, Unity Fest events now span across the country and creates opportunities for youth and artists to engage with the broader community and further develop their own audiences. Unity Fest acts as a ‘goal post’ for many other Unity programs and events, and is the most advanced professional, performance event and platform that Unity provides to youth, artists, and community members.
Watch Unity Fest Recaps and Performances
UNITY Fest 23 Lineup and Tickets Coming Soon!

UNITY Fest impact

From 2019-22
Artists and Youth featured
Live Audience Members
Viewers reached through post-event digital content sharing

UNITY FEST ‘23 Sponsors

Ontario Arts Council

Toronto Arts Council

Government Of Canada

BMO Capital Markets

Venterra Realty

TD Securities

Sherrard Kuzz LLP

Amazon Music

Sponsor Our Next Event
If you are interested in joining Unity Fest as a sponsor, please contact us at mahad.s@unitycharity.com


Unity Youth

I went on stage, scared and confused, and one of their performers came up to me and said “you know why you are here, because you have a lot to say, so here is the microphone!” All of a sudden, I heard only the crowd. I could breathe air in my lungs, feeling the confidence as I exhaled. It was the greatest experience and a total confidence booster.”

Unity Youth

Having a dedicated space that’s really well curated, or built or facilitated can make all the difference in [...] how willing and able you are to practice your art.”

Unity Youth

Always a source of joy and tolerance and being in the moment with it, it felt really good to have that kind of community to back me up whenever I wanted to explore things, whenever I wanted to question things, whenever I wanted to show off my art form or learn from my missteps. Having that kind of safety net made me feel very comfortable and it was really one of the best things to happen to me during this phase of my life.”

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