5 things to do in Toronto today: Thursday, July 26

Jul 25 2018, 9:18 pm

We’re officially one day closer to the weekend, Toronto.

In case you’re already in the mood to blow off some steam, we’ve rounded up the top events happening across the city today.

Lole White Tour Toronto

What: For the 6th year in a row, the Lolë White Tour will be stopping in Toronto this evening. Last year, thousands of yogis met for a special sunset session at Exhibition Place that was simply stunning. The Lolë White Tour is intended to be a mass symbol of peace, which is why an all-white dress code is encouraged.

When: July 26
Time: Arrive at 6 pm, the yoga session begins at 8 pm
Where: Exhibition Place, 100 Princes’ Blvd
Price: $59 for regular experience

The Edwards Summer Music Series

What: You can enjoy a free concert series by an eclectic roster of popular artists, set in the natural beauty of the Toronto Botanical Garden this evening. The concert will take place rain or shine but will be moved indoors in case of extreme weather. Tonight’s performance will be put on by opera singer and pop/musical theatre phenomenon Cassandra Warner and Marc Devigne.

When: July 26
Time: 7 pm
Where: Toronto Botanical Garden, 777 Lawrence Ave East
Price: Free

Corktown Common Free Movies

What: This summer, movie buffs can enjoy an impressive lineup of films at Corktown Common Park as part of Toronto Outdoor Picture Show’s Cinematic Cities programme, a summer-long series of outdoor films celebrating cities on screen, at home, and abroad. Tonight’s feature screening is Selma and the shorts are LMTO: Black Pride and 100 Musicians.

When: July 26
Time: Food service begins at 7 pm and screenings begin at sundown (roughly 9 pm)
Where: Corktown Common Park, 155 Bayview Avenue
Price: Free to attend by $10 donation suggested

What: You can enjoy a free screening of the Academy Award-winning movie Coco at the St. Lawrence Market Neighbourhood BIA’s Movies in St. James Park. Don’t forget a blanket and the popcorn.

When: July 26
Time: 9 pm to 11 pm
Where: St. James Park, 120 King St. East
Price: Free

Toronto’s Festival of Beer

What: Toronto’s Festival of Beer returns this evening, kicking off a weekend full of beers, bands, and food. In addition to hundreds of brews, seriously good eats, and plenty of #BeerLove, look forward to Ludacris headlining the marquee Friday night during the festival.

When: July 26 to 28
Time: Entry times vary by day
Where: Bandshell Park, Exhibition Place, Toronto
Price: Tickets on sale now from $35

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