It’s already Sunday – so we better start planning your week.
We’ve combed through pages of concert listings, live performances and dance parties to bring you a curated shortlist of the coolest activities for all price-ranges and interests.
There’s something for everyone, so don’t hold back!
Looking for an affordable weeknight activity? Look no further, because City Cinema is screening the Christopher Guest showbiz satire For Your Consideration outdoors in the heart of downtown. They even provide chairs, so no need to pack a picnic blanket. Starring Parker Posey and Torontonian Eugene Levy, this film is fun for the whole family. Screening begins at sundown.
Where: Yonge-Dundas Square
When: July 12
Do you have a discerning palate and a love of beer? Then this event’s for you. Featuring over 20 craft brewers and a variety of gourmet food venders, The Liberty Village Summer Craft Beer Festival is a great way to get your drink on. Doors open at 5 pm for the pay-as-you-go event. Sample vouchers cost $1 each.
Where: 171 Liberty Street East
When: July 14
Tired of hearing the same Top 4o hits on the radio? Well then, how about exploring the world of classical music instead? This year’s festival’s theme is London Calling. The opening night concert pays tribute to musical masters who were inspired by the time they spent in Jolly Old England. Enjoy the melodies of Grieg and Mozart starting at $35 a ticket.
Where: 273 Bloor Street West
When: July 14
Feeling nostalgic for two of every millennial’s favourite things, 90s music and 90s TV? Well, look no further, because this weekend at Sneaky Dees you can dance up a storm to Green Day and The Spice Girls at this Buffy The Vampire Slayer-themed dance party. Partygoers are asked to dress up in full 90s regalia, so break out those chokers and miniature backpacks!
Where: 431 College Street West
When: July 16
The non-profit organization Inner Development is hosting a Scavenger Hunt fundraiser. Kicking off at 10:30am in Kensington Market, participants run around the city on a madcap race to the finish line. The winners receive passes to The Way Home Festival. Make sure to register in advance! The entry fee is $15 per contestant.
Where: 143 Augusta Avenue
When: July 17
Summerlicious is still going strong. Boasting 220 participating restaurants, the annual event is an embarrassment of riches. Enjoy fixed price meals at trendy hotspots like King West’s Los Colibris, or experience a Torontonian institution like Canoe. Available menus range from $18 to $48 in price.
Where: Various locations
When: Until July 24