Festival Information

The Downtown Milton Street Festival is co-hosted by the Town of Milton and the Downtown Milton Business Improvement Area (BIA). The event began in 2007 as a celebration of Milton's 150th Anniversary. It was so well received by the community that it has become a legacy to Milton's anniversary celebrations. Since its inception, attendance has been steadily growing and in 2018, the event attracted over 90,000 people.


Free Event Admission! 

Admission to the Downtown Milton Street Festival is free. It is our goal to ensure that admission, and as many activities as possible, are free and accessible to all visitors.


Accessibility is always a priority for the Downtown Milton Street Festival. All volunteers are trained in the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, the Accessible Customer Service Standard and on the Integrated Accessibility Standards.

Wheelchair accessible washrooms with a grab bar are located on site. Service animals are allowed on site and fresh water is available for service animals at the hydration stations.


We strongly recommend that no pets are brought to the Street Festival. Although we love them, the heat, crowds, food and other animals may contribute to an unhealthy situation for your pet.


The Downtown Milton Street Festival is a public event. Photos are taken throughout the event for promotional purposes and for security.