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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

8 things to do in Toronto today

Kendrick Lamar's extremely popular pop-up shop on Spadina continues today in Toronto. There are also some great farmers' markets, a few outdoor movie screenings and a Blondie concert.

Events you might want to check out:

Kendrick Lamar Pop-Up (July 26 @ Livestock)
The Kendrick pop-up is open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., but get there early because lineups have been monstrous. 
Taste of Regent Park Under the Stars (July 26 @ Regent Park )
Regent Park hosts an outdoor food vendor market complete with artists, musicians and dancers as well as a free outdoor screening of Hunt for the Wilderpeople at 9 p.m.
Sean Leon (July 26 @ Mod Club)
Native Other open for local hip hop up-and-comer Sean Leon. This artist has been working hard to make his mark in Toronto's rap world.
Lustful (July 26 - August 1 @ Black Cat - Artspace)
Artist Toombs takes three shots of each subject while they listen to their favourite songs. It's a photo project that boosts self confidence.
Nathan Phillips Square Farmers' Market (July 26 @ Nathan Phillips Square)
Shop for cheese, bread, honey, fruit and flowers at this farmers' market. Find everything you'll need for dinner or a picnic in one spot.
Yorkville Village Summer Market (July 26 @ Yorkville Village Park)
This is a high-end artisan market in one of Toronto’s fanciest neighbourhoods. It's a farmers' market, but a bit more upscale.
Requiem for the American Dream (July 26 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
Films Changing the World is a series of docs revealing new perspectives and stories. This week's screening is Noam Chomsky's Requiem for the American Dream, a look at the decline of democracy.
Blondie & Garbage (July 26 @ Sony Centre for the Performing Arts)
See synth rock legends Blondie and their superstar opening act Garbage. It's the Rage & The Rapture Tour, and it's sold out but you can find tickets from online resellers.

by Phil Villeneuve via blogTO

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