Beaches Drive-Thru Easter Parade - At Eglinton GO!

toronto beaches easter parade at eglinton go - Easter Bunny on a parade float

GO Transit has partnered with Toronto Beaches Lions Club for the Beaches Easter Parade - this year happening at Eglinton GO on Saturday April 3rd! From 4:00 pm to 11:00 pm, drive through the station parking lot to see the beautifully decorated floats and attractions of this annual tradition for the Beaches region. Buy your tickets here - proceeds going to The Lions Club. 

Beaches Easter Parade (Reverse Night Parade)

The 55th Annual Toronto Beaches Lions Club Easter Parade is happening this year at Eglinton GO Station on Saturday April 3rd. Floats and attractions, including eight bands who will be performing live, will be stationary in the South parking lot. Ticket holders will remain in their vehicles at all times, and will be able to drive through the parade route to enjoy all of the beautifully decorated and lit floats and displays. Pack the family in the car and hop over to Eglinton GO!

  • Date and Time: Saturday April 3rd, 2021, from 4:00 pm to 11:00 pm
  • Location: Eglinton GO Station (2995 Eglinton Ave. East, Scarborough)
  • Participants: Participants in the Parade include: Lionels Zoo, Hands on Exotic, Buskers, Antique cars and hot wheels, and eight live bands performing the best of R&B, Pop, Rock, Celtic and Big Band music as you traverse down the parade route.


How to purchase tickets

Tickets can be purchased on the Beaches Easter Weekend Celebration website:

  • Admission per vehicle is $20.00, with proceeds going to The Lions Club
  • Only 1 ticket is required per vehicle. You can have as many passengers as there are working seatbelts in your vehicle. Please only travel the parade route with members of your household
  • Multiple 30-minute blocks of time available to reserve between 4:00 pm and 11:00 pm, with the final block beginning at 10:30 pm

Buy your ticket and reserve your space now! Tickets are going fast.



Parade History

Historical picture of Easter Parade with clown and police officer

Since 1967, the Beaches Lions Club Easter Parade has brought the Beaches community to life every spring with fun and entertainment. In 1974, due to the massive popularity of the event, the parade was moved to Queen Street, and in 1981, The Lions became the official organizer of the parade.

With over 50,000 annual visitors from all over the world, the Beaches Easter Parade is the largest and longest-running Easter Parade in the world. Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, great strides were taken to ensure the celebration can endure, and thanks to a partnership with GO Transit, this beloved tradition continues in 2021 at Eglinton GO Station.