Simcoe Day at Fort York – Fort York comes to life in honour of the first Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of Upper Canada (1793-96) and founder of Fort York and the Town of York – John Graves Simcoe. Walk the historic grounds and thrill to musketry, artillery and music demonstrations. Free Admission.
Island Soul: Come to the waterfront to catch a little bit of that island soul and experience the rich legacy of Caribbean music heard through Canada and around the world.
Rogers Cup: The stars of men’s tennis compete in Toronto during the 2018 Rogers Cup at the Aviva Centre Aug. 4-12.
Toronto Food Truck Festival: The Toronto Food Truck Festival is serving up some real must-eats in Woodbine Park this long weekend.
Christie Pits Film Festival: Arts in the Parks presents Cinematic Cities at Christie Pits Film Festival every Sunday until Aug. 19.
People’s History and Ghost Stories: Ghost Walks of Toronto presents its latest tour series Fridays and Saturdays.
Veld Music Festival: Veld returns to Toronto, with DJ Snake, Marshmello and many more joining the party this year at Downsview Park Aug. 4-5.
Carnival Grand Parade: The main event of the Peeks Toronto Caribbean Carnival arrives for a day of festivities at Exhibition Place.
Taste of the Middle East: Appreciate the vibrant art, music and dance that will surround you as you expand your palate and taste the 1001 flavours Middle Eastern culture has to offer at Yonge-Dundas Square.
Taste of India Food Festival: Be seduced by delicious street food while you enjoy amazing music, interactive street performances and more at Nathan Phillips Square.
Powell Street Festival: Canada’s largest celebration of Japanese Canadian arts & culture held in Vancouver’s historic Japanese Canadian neighbourhood.
AniRevo 2018: A celebration of anime and Japanese culture through activities, exhibits, panels, and performances. And of course, cosplay.
Pride at Parq: As Vancouver celebrates its 40th year of LGBTQ2+ Pride the festivities are bigger and bolder than ever. You can bet that stars of RuPaul’s Drag Race will be roaming the parties of Vancouver, but if you’re looking for the adorably colourful Kim Chi or glamourous Pearl, Parq will be the place to find them. They’ll be alongside Vancouver’s vivacious drag royalty BratPack.
Vancouver Pride Parade and Festival: In this joyous celebration of diversity, anybody with a positive and loving spirit will feel right at home. It’s not only an outburst of joy to partake in how far we’ve come but also a march to remember how far we still need to go to ensure everyone, not just in Vancouver, but around the world, is able to love safely and fully.
- 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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