If you've been wanting to explore the streets of the 6ix at night, this event is definitely worth staying up for. Nuit Blanche Toronto comes back to the streets in October, lighting up the night with its extravagant art installations and curated exhibitions in Scarborough and at Fort York. There'll also be a big artist installation at Nathan Phillips Square, and word is that the Raptors might have something in the works for this special night.\nThe 14th annual Nuit Blanche Toronto will consist of "90 contemporary art projects created by more than 300 local, national, and international artists", according to the press release.\nThere's one special piece that the Raptors seem to have a part in, just in time for their 25th year anniversary. "Peace to the Past, Reach for the Future" is in honour of the Toronto Raptors and to celebrate the success of such a beloved team.\nT W O F I V E10.5.2019#WeTheNorth pic.twitter.com/skIyCfXfQs— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) August 14, 2019\nCreative producer Bryan Espiritu and Sculptor Esmaa Mohamoud will create an 18-foot sculpture which honours the team's past, "imagining their future and celebrating the diverse communities that support them," according to the description of the piece.\nCats out of the bag. I’ve been commissioned by the @Raptors and @nuitblancheTO to work on a project with Esmaa Mohamoud that commemorates the 25 Year Anniversary of the Toronto Raptors. It’s been months of work and years of building to get here. Honored to do this for the city.— Bryan Espiritu (@legendsleague) August 14, 2019\nThere's plenty to celebrate about the Toronto Raptors this year, after all.\nAnd fans on Twitter are already sharing their excitement for the piece in response to the Raptors cryptic tweet.\nYESSSSSSSSSS— A KAWHIet Place (@rapsfan4dawin) August 14, 2019\nWe here for it 👀🔥— The Toronto Raptors Are Your NBA CHAMPS (@TheVokality1) August 14, 2019\nOooh. What an amazing pairing. I am VERY excited 🙇🏾♀️— Amanda Parris (@amanda_parris) August 14, 2019\nPlease have Nick Nurse play Wonderwall all night.— Drew Ho (@andrew2696) August 14, 2019\nIf you're excited to see this piece and others, this years theme, Continuum, will consist of 19 art projects to discover in part of three exhibitions.\nThose three exhibitions are Creation: Destruction, Kings and Queens of Scarborough, and Lunar Garden.\nThe Raptors piece will be located behind the backdrop of City Hall and Old City Hall. You can check out the map for a more detailed look into what's to come.\nThis event is on October 5 starting at 7 p.m. and running until 7 a.m. the next day.\nSo, make sure to take a couple of naps that day so you can roam the streets all night!