The Toronto Fringe Festival is returning to the city this week.
And with it comes the transformation of one of downtown’s beloved outdoor rinks into an equally-beloved (giant) patio space.
POSTSCRIPT patio will be taking over the rink at 275 Bathurst Street in alignment with the beginning of the arts festival: July 3.
And the transformation will last until the festival ends on July 14.
- Can't miss Toronto events of the week: July 1 to 7
- There's a giant arts and culture festival on Bloor Street July 20
- There's a massive block party at the Bentway in July
With 151 shows at 37 venues that include live theatre, music, dance, arts, buskers, and performances (basically, everything arts-related), there’s something for everyone at the Fringe Festival.
And POSTSCRIPT is no exception. With beer, ciders, coolers, wine, gin, vodka and cold brew on tap, there’s a drink to quench every kind of thirst.
Plus, Kanto by Tita Flips will be slingin’ Filipino classics like beef tapsilog and lumpia, and Canadian favourites like burgers and fries. So you can have your booze and eat your comfort food, too.
The patio will be venue to comedy shows, DJ sets and so much more from July 3 to 14.
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Open from noon to 2 am (and 4 am on Saturdays) throughout the festival, this space has no entry fees and all ages are welcome.
Where: Harry Gairey Rink – 275 Bathurst Street
When: July 3 to 14, 2019