Most of you already know, this past weekend in Toronto; Manifesto, the biggest arts and culture festival in Canada took place from Friday to Sunday. Sunday being an all day free concert on Yonge and Dundas for anybody to attend. We were down there all weekend and got some great coverage of each event and a lot of cool photo's of the concert live at the square. With Manifesto being on their seventh year running, the amount of people it has inspired along the way is in the tens of thousands and it only grows larger each year. People come from all over the world to experience this amazing event we were certainly proud to be down there front row witnessing everything from "The Beat" producer showcase, to the panels, to the free concert live at the Yonge and Dundas square. With acts like John River, Wolf J, Freedom Writers, TFHOUSE, Kardinal Offishall, Solitair, Blake Carrington, Raz Fresco, Notes To Self, Jully Black, Jhene Aiko, and Souls of Mischief and more, who wouldn't want to be a part of this legendary event. Yahoo teamed up with Manifesto to bring a live stream of the whole event Sunday and for anyone who missed it, it's now available to watch for yourself and see exactly how breathe-taking that day was. From start to finish, there is over four hours of footage you can watch from the comfort of your home. For those who were there, let me know was your favorite moment was at Manifesto and for those who couldn't make it out or haven't had the chance to ever experience Manifesto, did watching this make you want to come and experience it next year?