If you are wondering why traffic is a little heavier this weekend then look no further than the Honda Indy running July 15th-17th. Indy cars will be racing through the streets around Exhibition Place as drivers hope to come out on top in the popular racing event.
A regular bimonthly fixture in Etobicoke, Food Truck’N Friday adds a bonus event this Friday the 15th. Head to Humberview Chevrolet on Bloor for your chance to win great prizes like car discounts, sports tickets plus enjoy a plethora of Food Truck eats. Caplanski’s and Buster’s Sea Cove will be making their first appearance at this hugely popular event.
One of the lesser known but better beer fests in the city, the Summer Craft beer fest brings together great beer, great food and a great crowd to Liberty Village. One night only, July 14th, enjoy a rare weekend night beer binge in a cozy, friendly space. Can you see how much fun I’m having?
Why isn’t there more beer and pizza events? Vaughan has the right idea with this savory pie celebration running July 15th-17 at Woodbine Fairgrounds. Enjoy live music, cold beers and pizza from over 15 different restaurants. While fully licensed it is still a family affair with lots of activities available for kids of all ages.
Over 250,000 people are expected to visit the largest Indian Bazaar in North America to shop and taste the diversity of South Asian culture. This events runs from July 15th-17th and admission is also free.
Head to Centre Island July 16th-17 to enjoy music, dance, food, yoga and more. Admission is free including the huge vegetarian feast. Ferry tickets to the island will need to purchased however.
Dundas Square continues to host amazing outdoor events and the Franco-Fete de Toronto will be no different. Enjoy performance from a huge line up of francophone artists, from hip hop to jazz to contemporary. The festival runs July 15th-17th and admission is free.