Sand, gems, music and beer make up an interesting week July 25th-31st. Don’t forget it is also the Civic Long Weekend so make sure you take advantage of that extra day off and head of the city for theday to check out some of these events.
Outdoor music festival season continues over in Montreal with the 11th annual Osheaga. With big names like Red Hot Chili Peppers, Radiohead, Lana Del Rey and more rocking out the stages over three blissful days, concert goers are in for a treat.
Also known as Caribana, month long celebrations have culminated into this final weekend with the ever popular Carnival Festival Parade. Taking place Saturday the 30th at Exhibition place, dancers, entertainers and more will wow with colourful costumes and heart thumbing music.
The 9th annual Burlesque festival will be bring all its sexiness to Revival and the Mod Club July 28th-31st. Four days of hot and sizzling entertainment from some of the most talented in the burlesque scene.
It seems everything has a festival and it’s no surprise the worlds’ gems and jewels get one all to themselves. Head over to Bancroft, Ontario for a weekend of shiny things. July 29th-31st.
If EDM is more your scene, then July 30th and 31st at Downsview Park is where you’ll be. Flume, Deadmau5, Steve Aioki and more will be dropping beats all weekend long.
Drake’s OVO festival takes place alongside Caribana. Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa will be joined by many other hip hop and rap stars in the Air Canada Centre over 3 days; Friday the 29th, Sunday the 31st and Monday the 1st of August.
The largest food truck event in the city hits up Woodbine Park with over 30 trucks in attendance. Admission is free.
Make it a day at the beach and wonder at the magnificent creations during the Cobourg Sand Castle Festival, July 30th.