In case you’re looking to have some mid-week fun, we’ve rounded up the top events happening throughout the city today.
From live music to free outdoor movie screenings, here are your top Toronto events for Wednesday, July 31.
- Nathan Phillips Square will turn into an Indigenous cultural space this week
- City of Toronto hosting numerous job fairs this summer
- Vegandale Food and Drink Festival is landing in Toronto next month
What: For the second summer in a row, UpMarket returns to The Lane in Yorkville Village. Every Wednesday during summer, you can shop from a highly curated selection of local vendors offering handmade creations, gourmet foods, and unique gifts.
When: July 24
Time: 11 am to 2 pm
Where: The Lane, Yorkville Village
Price: Free to attend
What: ‘Summer Wednesdays’ at Evergreen Brick Works is on today! A highlight on Hump Days happening on Wednesday evenings, the event promises food, drinks, and live music each week.
When: Every Wednesday through August 28
Time: 5:30 pm to 10:30 pm
Where: Evergreen Brick Works, 550 Bayview Avenue
Price: Admission is free
What: Open Roof Festival is back for its tenth season this summer, and the festival is enjoying its second year at a new venue. Every Wednesday, Open Roof features live music and film screenings with food and drinks. Tonight’s music will be from orchestral soultronica Toronto-based band Ghost Caravan, and the feature film is Long Shot.
When: July 31
Time: Event kicks off at 7 pm, music at 8 pm, movie at 9 pm
Where: Sterling Road in the Lower Junction Triangle (the lot adjacent to 158 Sterling Road)
What: Movie Nights are back for the summer! Join The Beach Village for Movie Nights in the Park every Wednesday from July 4 to August 29. Movies screenings will rotate between Kew Gardens and Ivan Forrest Gardens Park. As always, admission is free, and so is popcorn! Come out and experience movies under the stars.
When: Wednesdays in July and August
Time: 8 pm
Where: Kew Gardens
What: The untraditional rendition of Shakespeare returns this summer will run until September 1. The long-running outdoor theatre event is celebrating its 37th year and takes on two classics this year. This summer’s plays include the comedic tale of love and desire, Much Ado About Nothing, and the timeless story of morality and power, Measure For Measure.
When: Tuesday to Sunday, July 4 to September 1
Time: All performances begin at 8 pm
Where: High Park Amphitheatre
Price: Tickets are pay-what-you-can