Christian songs reason why Toronto axes festival

November 2, 2015

For nearly a decade, Voices of the Nations (VON) has held its multi-denominational live Christian music and dance celebration every year on city property without incident — including the last five years at the Yonge-Dundas Square, LIfeSiteNews reports. The last event took place this summer on August 1, which drew 19 individual acts by various children’s choirs and popular Christian bands performing various praise and worship songs.

However, for the first time since the annual live Christian concert in Toronto began in 2006, the City of Toronto is banning the event from taking place on public property next year.

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