An epic three-day burger festival is happening in Toronto this summer

Jun 5 2018, 10:17 pm

Burger lovers rejoice!

BurgerFest, a mouth-watering three-day burger festival is taking place in the heart of the city this July.

From July 13 to 15, Toronto’s historic Campbell House Museum will transform into a backyard BBQ where burger connoisseurs can enjoy the city’s best burgers, live music, a beer garden, and games and activities the entire family can enjoy.

While the list of participating vendors has yet to be released, organizers are billing BurgerFest as “Toronto’s best burger festival,” so you can expect an impressive lineup of the city’s most epic patties and toppings.

“BurgerFest Toronto is our way of bringing our vibrant city together for a summer weekend celebrating our love of the almighty burger,” said BurgerFest Toronto founders Tim Goff, Stephen Pryce, and Danish Vahidy.

“Our favourite burgers, brews and tunes is an irresistible combination that we are so excited to share with our fellow Torontonians.”

Hungry patrons can look forward to locally sourced burgers for all taste buds, including ground beef, fish of choice, turkey, as well as veggie and halal burgers.


When: July 13 to 15
Friday & Saturday, 11 am to 10 pm; Sunday, 11 am to 7 pm
Where: Campbell House Museum, 160 Queen Street West
Price: Single-day passes cost $10 and full weekend passes are $20

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