It’s another busy July weekend in the 6ix.
From food festivals to Noel Gallagher, we’ve got the heat of summer and a variety of city events to check out. Stay safe, and have fun out there!
Eat, drink, and enjoy the creations of some of Toronto’s best chefs, restaurants, food trucks, breweries and wineries, as well as take in live entertainment, and plenty of shopping opportunities.
The 5th annual Ontario Latin Arts Festival returns with three days of cultural festivities beginning today. The event features musicians, dancers, workshops in music, dance, film, literature and art as well as local artisan displays.
An awesome music event festival that highlights artists from around the globe who are forging a new path by extracting inspiration from traditional roots music and smashing stereotypes with bold and cutting-edge sounds.
The East end’s biggest food and cultural festivals returns this month. The annual Taste of Lawrence celebration takes place over the July 8 weekend, featuring local flavours, vendors and lots of family fun.
A festival that needs almost no introduction, the Beaches International Jazz Festival is celebrating its 28th year.
Over 314 visual artists, performers and sculptures will be featured at the 55th Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibit this year. Also new this year, a beer garden featuring award winning Henderson Brewing.
Celebrate African music and culture in the heart of the city.
One of Canada’s largest Latin-themed celebrations is Toronto’s TD Salsa in Toronto Festival, which takes place over three weeks and features music, food, dance and family events.
The multi-day Brickfête fan expo celebrates all that is lego is back. Run by volunteers, the July 9 and 10 fête features unique lego builds from international hobbyists.
More celebrations and more food await mid summer at the TO Food Fest.
Ribs, food trucks, bands, kid zones, and plenty of beers. The annual Markham Rotary Ribfest returns this weekend!
The Senseless Music Experience mixes music with tastes, scents and visuals to deliver a total sensory experience. Event headliners include Totally enormous extinct dinosaurs (DJ set), and Tube & Berger (DJ set). This event is 19+.
Love the Brick Works? Bring your bike down for a full day of events this Sunday. Family friendly!
For the third consecutive year, the French national holiday is celebrated in Toronto as a popular and festive day. The final UEFA EURO 2016 game will be shown at 3 pm.
Whether you loved or hated Oasis (we loved), The Gallaghers have always been some of rock’s most disliked brothers. But personalities aside, we can not help but love their music. Just us? Anyway, Noel is back on tour with his High Flying Birds. And considering he wrote 86% of Oasis songs, there are often surprises.