Artist or clown entertainer dressed in black and white walking on stilts at the Salsa on St. Clair Avenue West, Toronto. It is a two day street festival celebrating the world of salsa dancing.
Salsa on St. Saint Clair Festival Scenes: A young mixed-race couple rocks out at a street dance. The man has his hair cropped very short and is wearing a bright yellow t-shirt. His partner is a freckled redhead with a tattoo barely visible on her bosom. Her long, curly hair swings out from her face as they complete a spin.
Salsa on St. Clair Ave West: Samba dancers during the festival parade, the girls are performing to the sound of the Samba Squad
The celebration the largest Hispanic festival in Canada and this year Univision is the main partner hosting the event
Salsa on St. Saint Clair Festival Scenes: A pair of dancers demonstrate their technique next to a red tent. The woman has one arm reaching out while the other arm crosses over her body to hold her partnerís hand. Her purple and white floral skirt is flaring out as if she has just completed a spin.
Salsa on St. Saint Clair Festival Scenes: Two dancers execute a smooth new move as they participate in the Salsa on St Clair Street Festival. The young woman smiles as she walks under the bridge created by their upraised arms, their other arms low behind her partnerís back. Audio equipment is seen in the background, under a tan awning.
Rick Shadrach Lazar with whistle in his mouth at the Salsa on St. Clair Avenue West, Toronto. It is a two day street festival celebrating the world of salsa dancing.