Free events in Toronto for July 2018 are a collection of items that embody the spirit of summer because they're, well, free. There's salsa, outdoor movies, jazz music and more waiting to be discovered — totally free of charge.Events you might want to check out:
Free Outdoor Movies in Corktown Common Park (July 5-26 @ Corktown Common Park)
Part of the Cinematic Cities series, free outdoor movie screenings are happening in the Commons every Thursday evening throughout July.
Cultura Festival (July 6-27 @ Mel Lastman Square)
A festival of music, art, food and movies returns to Mel Lastman Square every Friday this July with outdoor movies paired alongside musical acts.
Beaches Jazz Festival (July 6-29 @ Multiple Venues)
A celebration of all things jazz music by artists both local and international is set to turn the Beaches in to a paradise for music lovers everywhere.
Afrofest (July 7-8 @ Woodbine Park)
This free festival is dedicated to showcasing African music from Toronto and around the world with storytelling, music, dance and special programming.
Salsa On St. Clair (July 7-8 @ St. Clair Ave West)
Salsa in the streets is the main event of this three-week outdoor party along St. Clair with events, food, music and, of course, dancing.
Maker Extravaganza (July 7-8 @ Toronto Reference Library)
Makers from all over come to Toronto to show off their creative goods, products, gadgets, and anything else they've been working hard on.
Festival of India (July 14-15 @ Multiple Venues)
Now in its 46th year, this annual festival shuts down the downtown core in celebration of Indian heritage and culture, and ends with a huge parade.
Big on Bloor (July 21 @ Bloor Street West)
Bloor Street explodes with music and life during this huge street festival with events, activities, displays and exhibitions peppered throughout.
OssFest (July 28 @ Ossington Ave)
Ossington Avenue shuts down this summer for a huge street festival with entertainment, food, activities and wellness programming.
Pedestrian Sundays (July 29 @ Kensington Market)
The July edition of PS Kensington capture the essence of summer with a carless street festival full of music, dance, food, shopping and activities.
by Lisa Power via blogTO