Scotiabank Nuit Blanche

Zone B Downtown South

Zone B offers a total of 42 projects to explore.

Curated by Jim Drobnick and Jennifer Fisher of DisplayCult, the Zone B Exhibition intensifies the links between bodies, sensory perception and shifts in capital. Each of the 15 City-produced Exhibition Projects is mapped with a green square.

  • Seek hi-tech clairvoyance in the secret waterfall garden of the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel
  • Eavesdrop on celebrities playing Monopoly with real money at the Toronto Stock Exchange
  • Catch the performance of a mobile pow-wow roaming the streets of the Financial District
  • Feel the rise and fall of the market on a Bay Street carnival ride
  • Groove to the pulsing lights of North America's tallest free-standing structure, the CN Tower, synced to a simultaneous FM broadcast
  • Take stock of your reflection in a pool of vodka at Commerce Court

Zone B also features 27 Independent Projects to visit. All Independent Projects are mapped with a black circle icon.

Getting to Zone B

  • Most of Zone B is easily accessible by the Yonge-University subway line.
  • Hop off at Union Station and begin your journey at the Scotiabank Information Centre
  • From Zone B, you can easily walk to the Zone A Exhibition located in the area around Toronto City Hall and Yonge-Dundas Square
  • Catch the 509 Harbourfront Streetcar from Union Station to Zone C
  • Pick up a TTC Day Pass and ride in the downtown core all-night long
  • If you're driving in from out of town, park and ride to avoid city traffic. Look for pay parking near the TTC's all-night subway stations