Start off your June right by checking out these events in Toronto today! Have a great Thursday.
The 2017 Toronto Festival of Clowns returns bringing five full days of clown festivities to the city. The annual festival aims to bring together clowns and physical theatre artists of all disciplines and backgrounds and provide a common space to showcase their work.
Where: Factory Theatre, 125 Bathurst Street
When: Now until June 4
An 8-week long outdoor food market will be keeping our bellies happy this summer, and it all starts today. Adelaide Eats will be filled with dishes and delicacies designed by 14 local chefs, restaurants and food entrepreneurs.
Where: 150 York Street
When: Now until June 28
Kick off summer at St. Lawrence Market’s BBQ in the Park! The event will be bringing amazing culinary creations to the park for a special barbecue food evening. Over the course of the evening, guests will enjoy a delicious meal prepared by the St. Lawrence Market merchants before the concert performance by Lemon Bucket Orkestra (bicycle powered concert).
Where: St. James Park, at King and Jarvis
When: June 1 at 4 pm
Kampai Toronto is a cultural, food, and sake festival showcasing sake from over 40 breweries from Japan and around the world, featuring over 150 sakes with many brewers flying in from Japan for this special event. Along with sake, the festival also showcases a selection of tasting items from Toronto’s top local Japanese and contemporary restaurant partners.
Where: Distillery District, The Fermenting Cellar, 28 Distillery Lane
When: June 1 at 6:30 pm
Pride Toronto 2017 celebrates its official launch at the AGO with a visionary program created by Syrus Marcus Ware and Kyisha Williams on behalf of Blackness Yes, who have programmed the legendary Blockorama stage for nearly 20 years.
Where: AGO, 317 Dundas Street West
When: June 1 at 7 pm