Saturday, June 9, 2018

10 things to do in Toronto today

Events in Toronto today will see Wild Things Fest, a new beer festival, launch while Session is back in Yonge-Dundas Sqaure for another year. Elsewhere, there's a huge block party happening and a giant neighbourhood sale along Danforth East.

Events you might want to check out:

Collectif NUDE's Block Party (June 9 @ Drake Commissary)
Back again is this annual block party, with a day of live art, food, performances, and a skate installation hosted by Canadian skateboarder Tj Rogers.
Jack White (June 9 @ Budweiser Stage)
White Stripes frontman Jack White, hot off the release of his newest project Boarding House Reach, is stopping by for a night in Toronto.
Session Craft Beer Festival (June 9 @ Dundas Square)
Ontario Craft Beer Week kicks off with a celebration in the heart of downtown with Ontario-Made suds, food, workshops and live entertainment.
Dylan Moran (June 9 @ The Danforth Music Hall)
Irish comedian Dylan Moran known for his observational humour is in Toronto for the first of a two-night stint.
Wild Things Fest (June 9 @ Propeller Coffee Co.)
New this year is a beer, wine and cider festival dedicated to only the earthliest delights made from indigenous and wild yeasts.
World Naked Bike Ride (June 9 @ Coronation Park)
Liberate yourself from the confinement of clothes and ride free through Toronto adorned with body paint and in the company of new, naked friends.
Toronto Flower Market (June 9 @ CAMH)
The sights and smells of spring are nowhere stronger than at the flower market with gorgeous bunches provided by local producers.
Danforth East Yard Sale (June 9 @ Danforth East)
One of the biggest street sales is on this weekend, with over 250 participants spread out across Danforth East looking to sell their wares.
Foodalicious (June 9-10 @ Downsview Park)
Two days of food trucks is lined up this weekend, bringing together over 30 vendors from all over for food, live music, drinks and activities.
NXNE (June 8-17 @ Multiple Venues)
A ton of showcases are happening all over the city as part of this 10-day music festival. Check the schedule online to see who's playing and where.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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