Events in Toronto are anything but quiet for a Sunday. Pedestrian Sundays in Kensington starts the season off with food, art and music in the streets, while it's the last chance to check out many off limit spaces around the city with Doors Open.Events you might want to check out:
Christie Pits Art Crawl (May 27 @ Christie Pits)
Taking over most of the south end of the park, this art fair includes a huge selection of art vendors, food, music and pop-ups.
Gluten Free Garage (May 27 @ Artscape Wychwood Barns)
Gluten-free goodies take the spotlight with tons of vendors, food trucks, speakers, drinks and samples happening throughout the day.
The Bunz Flea (May 27 @ The Rec Room Toronto)
The first Bunz Flea is ready to go in a new venue and featuring local goods from a ton of vendors — plus food, workshops and activities.
Post Malone (May 27 @ RBC Echo Beach)
It's hard not to get into the mellowed-out vibes of Post Malone and his smooth lyrical style that's usually focused on some kind of humble-brag.
Parquet Courts (May 27 @ The Phoenix Concert Theatre)
Classic rock for the new age, Parquet Courts uses a brash, thumping rock sound that's reminiscent of the golden age of rock 'n' roll.
Pedestrian Sundays (May 27 - October 28 @ Kensington Market)
Pedestrian Sundays kicks off a season of car-less wandering through Kensington Market featuring art, food vendors, live music and activities.
Anime North (May 25-27 @ Toronto Congress Center)
It's the last day to dawn cosplay for this festival of manga, music, games and all things anime fandom.
Doors Open Toronto (May 26-27 @ Multiple Venues)
Today is the last chance to explore and poke around many of Toronto's most unique and architecturally noteworthy spaces.
Pink Market (May 26-27 @ Artscape Sandbox)
Together with Inside Out, this market features over 30 queer makers showcasing goods, crafts, fashion, art and literature.
Inside Out (May 24 - June 3 @ TIFF Bell Lightbox)
Filmmakers from the LGBTQ+ community and beyond come together in celebration of the best queer films from Canada and around the world.
by Lisa Power via blogTO