Still time to enjoy Summerlicious in the city or to check out these great events July 18-24.
Music, Arts and culinary experiences head up to Oro Medonte for this four festival featuring artists such as Arcade Fire, LCD Soundsystem, The Killers and more. July 22-24.
Celebrate the culture of the St Lawrence River regions with this music and arts event July 21-24.
Toronto’s premier tennis event begins this weekend running straight through to the 31th. Big names like Number 1 ranked Novak Djokovic and Canadian golden boy Milos Raonic will be on hand playing some of their best tennis yet.
Enjoy an Asian theme street food culinary extravaganza down in the Portlands with hundred of delicious bites to be tried. July 22nd-24th. Admission is free.
From July 20th-23rd, Dundas Square will be showcasing the best artists in break dancing, beat boxing, spoken word and more.
Hip hop legends House of Pain rocks a crowd of beer lubricated party patrons at the biggest beer festival of the year. Spread over Exhibition grounds you have a chance to try many of the 333 beers that are being poured this weekend.
Travel down to Fort Erie and celebrate the friendship between us and our neighbours to the South, the US with music, sports, art and food. Maybe refrain from talking politics.
The local businesses on Bloor Street from Dufferin to Lansdowne pile out onto to the street to celebrate all they have to offer. July 2rd-24th. Free admission
If you have never been down to Collingwood to experience their top rated love of The King then this your week to do it. Tons of events over 4 days July 20th-24th. And of course lot’s Elvis.
If Guelph is more your area, head over Hillside for camping, music and more. PUP, Dizzy and Teen Violence are slated to perform over July 22th-24th.
Interactive Art and discovery takes over the Toronto Islands, July 23rd-24th. Free Admission.
Canada’s largest festival featuring the flavours and diversity of Brazilian culture takes over Earlscourt Park on July 24th. Free admission.
At a secret underpass in downtown Toronto street artists will come together to transform one of the TTC streetcars into a moving piece of art. You need to register to get a chance to attend this exclusive event July 21st.