Wanna know what’s happening in Toronto this weekend? Check it out!
Friday, July 28
– Where Dark Things Dwell (Fri-Sun): You and your fellow travellers find yourselves trapped as strange cultists work to awaken an ancient evil force. Now it’s up to you to stop the cultists’ curse. You must save the remaining villagers and discover the great incantation to stop the evil from rising and escape the village before the final bell toll. This is Toronto’s newest Escape Room Game.
– 90s Video Dance Party: Clueless Edition: 90s Video Dance Party pays tribute of ALL of your favourite classics!
– Harbourfront Northern Passages (Fri-Sun): Throat singers, folk musicians, films and more! Everything coming from the vast regions of the North of Canada
– Indie Fridays: Free music concerts at Yonge and Dundas Square (Derek Miller band, with co-headliners Jace Martin)
– 12 Beers of Summer: The Gladstone Hotel hosts its bi-annual 12 Beers of Summer, a gathering of some of Ontario’s best breweries. Guests are welcome to come dressed in their most exuberant Hawaiian shirt at this Hawaiian-themed event.
– Toronto’s Festival of Beer 2017 (Fri-Sun): Toronto’s Festival of Beer (TFOB) is back at Bandshell Park, Exhibition Place. This year TFOB will be celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday with a massive 20,000 square-foot pavilion that showcases both beer and culinary delights from several regions across Canada.
– Beaches International Jazz Festival: The annual Beaches International Jazz Festival showcases jazz, blues, big band, vocalists, African, Caribbean, reggae, hip-hop, South American, Latin, rhythm and blues and more.
Saturday, July 29
– Waterfront Artisan Market: A carefully curated mix of artisans, crafters, chefs and bakers. Discover local craft and food at a unique, open-air market on Toronto’s Waterfront.
Sunday, July 30
– Pedestrian Sundays: Pedestrian Sundays in Kensington Market allows visitors on foot to enjoy the sights and sounds of the eclectic neighbourhood, without the worries of traffic and parking. Musicians, artists, and performers will also provide extra entertainments on the streets in the area.
– Christie Pits Film Festival: Open air Film (movie: Bee Nation)
– Peeks Toronto Caribbean Carnival: hits the streets and stages of Toronto this summer for its 50th year, featuring events that celebrate the music, cuisine, and arts of the Caribbean region.
- Vancouver’s Hot Chocolate Festival is Back with 100+ Flavours
- Toronto Light Fest at The Distillery District
- What’s open and closed in Toronto on Christmas and Boxing Day
- Enjoy a picture-perfect gourmet picnic in a weatherproof globe on a beach in Vancouver!
- Vancouver’s Arabic Language Festival this December
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