Not sure what’s happening in your hood this week?
We’ve rounded up the can’t miss events in Toronto this week. Attend a summer street fest, hit up a night market, or check out a rosé themed picnic, the options are endless!
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What: For one day only, the Garrison Common at Fort York will be filled with blankets, flowing rosé, and some of the best food in the city. The Rosé Picnic has parented with celebrity Toronto chef Mark McEwan, so you’ll have baskets of delicious food to choose from.
Where: Garrison Common, 250 Fort York Blvd
When: July 22, 12 pm to 6 pm
What: Back for its second year, Ossfest will feature all things that summer is made of: shopping, dancing, live music, patios, eating, drinking and being merry. The street fest will feature an OssCrit urban bike race, two live music stages, a silk screen workshop, basketball training, a fun filled kid zone, giveaways and exclusive access to experiences you wouldn’t get else in Toronto.
Where: Ossington Avenue between Queen and Dundas Street West
When: July 22, 2 pm to 11 pm
What: The Junction Night Market returns this week and will showcase food vendors who prioritize local ingredients, as well as some of the best craft beer and cider that Ontario has to offer. The market celebrates local food and drink and raises funds to support a variety of programs that promote access to healthy food, including a food voucher program in partnership with the Four Villages Community Health Centre.
Where: Pacific Avenue, just north Dundas Street West
When: July 22, 7 pm to 11 pm
What: A festival of arts and culture, Big on Bloor is a unique summer street fest featuring hundreds of culturally significant events, activities, displays, and exhibitions.
Where: Bloor Street between Dufferin and Lansdowne
When: July 22 to 23
What: Now in its 14th year, Toronto’s Brazilfest will offer its attendees the opportunity to experience authentic Brazilian performances and to enjoy Brazilian style foods.
Where: Earlscourt Park, 1200 Lansdowne Avenue
When: July 23, 11 am to 10 pm
What: #BastidsBBQ is gearing up for its seventh year of summer good times in Toronto, and this one promises to be the biggest and best yet. Featuring an epic lineup of DJs and performers, this is one summer festival you won’t want to miss.
Where: 525 King Street West
When: July 23, 2 pm to 10 pm