Victoria Day events in Toronto for 2018 give you plenty of options for how to cap off the long weekend. Several firework displays and even more photography exhibits are happening all over the city. Fresh brews are also on tap and a performance by Tiësto.Events you might want to check out:
Victoria Day Fireworks (May 21 @ Ashbridges Bay Park)
It's a royal weekend indeed with the annual Ashbridges Bay fireworks blasting off a stunning display of colour and light over the lake.
Tiësto (May 21 @ Cabana Pool Bar)
Legendary DJ and producer Tiësto is taking over Cabana Pool Bar for the final day of the long weekend with a full day of splash-splashery and good vibes.
Brewer's Backyard (May 21 @ Evergreen Brick Works)
Ontario breweries gather in celebration of Victoria Day to feature locally-made beer, alongside a solid lineup of food vendors.
Nav (May 21 @ Rebel)
Rexdale's prodigal son and rising rap star Nav is back in Toronto for a performance at Rebel in anticipation of his new album.
Action/Crime/Thriller Short Film Festival (May 21 @ Carlton Cinemas)
If action, crime and thriller flicks are your thing, you're in luck because shorts from a film festival focused on all three is screening for free.
Victoria Day at Fort York (May 21 @ Fort York National Historic Site)
If you're looking for some historical fun this long weekend, Fort York is opening for demos, tours and some solider drill action.
Music For My Mom (May 21 @ The Mod Club)
Vocalist Wendy Lands heads a charity concert in honour of her late mother, Louise, hosted by Colin Mochrie and Debra McGrath.
Nervous Dater (May 21 @ The Baby G)
Maybe you're in the mood for a thrashing, and if so, angsty party rockers Nervous Dater is playing alongside Camp Girls, Feels Fine and Dog Cops.
Contact Photography Festival (May 1-31 @ Multiple Venues)
Even if some of the galleries are closed, there's still exhibitions on around the city, including billboards and outdoor installations.
Artfest (May 19-21 @ The Distillery Historic District)
It's the last day to peruse this huge art festival that features paintings, photography, sculpture, live music and craft shows.
by Lisa Power via blogTO