B416 City Hall Logo_Orange

2019

The basketball culture in the city of Toronto has grown each and every year. This August 24th to 25th, 2019, we are rewarding fans of the culture, the city’s top talent, and all guests to Toronto with second year of Basketball festivities at Nathan Phillips Square, City Hall.

We are pleased to present Battle 416, a festival that celebrates all things in competitive street culture in Canada. Battle 416 will bring together Toronto’s Elite men’s and women’s teams, in an invitational 5-on-5 outdoor full court experience that will highlight and showcase the immense talent that the city has to offer.

AUGUST 24

“BATTLE FOR A CAUSE” OPENING GAME
Fundraising Basketball Game
Co-Event

INFLUENCER AND SOCIALITE “SOCIAL BATTLE” 5V5 COMPETITION
10 Player Maximum Limit
Participation Invite Only
Participants: local Business Owners, Artists and Influencers

5v5 INVITATIONAL MATCHES
4 teams in each Division
First round of games will be played
4 Men’s Matches
4 Women’s Matches
4 Youth Matches

AUGUST 25

BATTLE 416 “FUNDRAISING BASKETBALL” WORKSHOP
50 Player Maximum Limit
Teaching the Fundamentals (dribbling, shooting, passing, etc)
Led by influential coaches from OBA (Ontario Basketball Association), and other local basketball organizations

5V5 INVITATIONAL FINALS
Second round of games (Semi Finals) will be played
Top two teams with the best records in
each division move on to Finals

INKED OUT KICKS 3 POINT CONTEST

CRANE SLAM DUNK CONTEST

DOOR 3 AFTER PARTY
10:30 pm – 2:00 am

PRESENTED BY

Philippine Airlines-01
Crane Logo-01
PIDC-01
SA Collective-01
CIBC-01
Filipino Fusion Desserts-01
Inked Out Kicks-01
In Support of SickKids-01
B416 City Hall Logo_Orange

2019

The basketball culture in the city of Toronto has grown each and every year. This August 23rd to 25th, 2019, we are rewarding fans of the culture, the city’s top talent, and all guests to Toronto with second year of Basketball festivities at Nathan Phillips Square, City Hall.

We are pleased to present Battle 416, a festival that celebrates all things in competitive street culture in Canada. Battle 416 will bring together Toronto’s Elite men’s and women’s teams, in an invitational 5-on-5 outdoor full court experience that will highlight and showcase the immense talent that the city has to offer.

August 24

“BATTLE FOR A CAUSE” OPENING GAME
Fundraising Basketball Game
Co-Event

INFLUENCER AND SOCIALITE “SOCIAL BATTLE” 5V5 COMPETITION
10 Player Maximum Limit
Participation Invite Only
Participants: local Business Owners, Artists and Influencers

5v5 INVITATIONAL MATCHES
4 teams in each Division
First round of games will be played
4 Men’s Matches
4 Women’s Matches
4 Youth Matches

August 25

BATTLE 416 “FUNDRAISING BASKETBALL” WORKSHOP
50 Player Maximum Limit
Teaching the Fundamentals (dribbling, shooting, passing, etc)
Led by influential coaches from OBA (Ontario Basketball Association), and other local basketball organizations

5V5 INVITATIONAL FINALS
Second round of games (Semi Finals) will be played
Top two teams with the best records in
each division move on to Finals

INKED OUT KICKS 3 POINT CONTEST

CRANE SLAM DUNK CONTEST

DOOR 3 AFTER PARTY
10:30 pm – 2:00 am

PRESENTED BY

Philippine Airlines-01
PIDC-01
CIBC-01
Filipino Fusion Desserts-01
SA Collective-01
Inked Out Kicks-01
Crane Logo-01
In Support of SickKids-01

B416 2019

The basketball culture in the city of Toronto has grown each and every year. This August 23rd to 25th, 2019, we are rewarding fans of the culture, the city’s top talent, and all guests to Toronto with second year of Basketball festivities at Nathan Phillips Square, City Hall.

We are pleased to present Battle 416, a festival that celebrates all things in competitive street culture in Canada. Battle 416 will bring together Toronto’s Elite men’s and women’s teams, in an invitational 5-on-5 outdoor full court experience that will highlight and showcase the immense talent that the city has to offer.

PRESENTED BY

Philippine Airlines-01
Crane Logo-01
PIDC-01
SA Collective-01
CIBC-01
Filipino Fusion Desserts-01
Inked Out Kicks-01
In Support of SickKids-01