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Friday, June 22, 2018

10 things to do in Toronto today

Events in Toronto today mark the beginning of Pride Weekend all over the city with a giant street festival/beer garden. Elsewhere, a huge waterfront festival is on and they're cracking open a cold one over at Ontario Place. Catch a free concert, party and an outdoor movie while you're at it.

Events you might want to check out:

Movie Night in Liberty Village Park (June 22 @ Liberty Village Park)
Liberty Village launches the first of three movie nights this summer with a screening of the superhero fan favourite Black Panther.
Night at the Aqueerium (June 22 @ Ripley's Aquarium of Canada)
Party amongst living rainbows at this Pride-themed jam with DJ Cozmic Cat and DJ Lucie Tic, drag queens, drinks and a photo booth.
Kehlani (June 22 @ Yonge-Dundas Square)
R&B soulstress Kehlani kicks off Pride Weekend with a free concert alongside fab hosts, queens, performers, DJs and more.
Summer Opening Party (June 22 @ The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery)
The Power Plant is launching its summer season with a free party featuring works by Ellen Gallagher, Grada Kilomba and Abbas Akhavan.
Redpath Waterfront Festival (June 22-24 @ HTO Park)
The giant rubber duck may be gone, but a giant beach ball installation looks to fill the void during this festival of art, music, food and shopping.
Pride Toronto Street Fair (June 22-24 @ Church-Wellesley Village)
The last weekend of Pride Month means a huge street festival with music, entertainment, food — all within the newly expanded festival footprint.
Toronto Craft Beer Festival (June 22-24 @ Ontario Place)
Independant craft brewers come together for a festival of suds, food, live music and activities over at Ontario Place.
Taste of Asia (June 22-24 @ Kennedy Road)
This celebration of modern and traditional Asian food and culture takes over Kennedy Road with tons of vendors, performances and activities.
The Cleaners (June 22-28 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
See inside the world of the custodians of the internet who decide what constitutes as “inappropriate” content on social media.
Toronto Jazz Festival (June 22 - July 1 @ Multiple Venues)
A sure sign of summer is this internationally-recognized jazz festival that sees musicians and artists flock to Toronto from all over to play.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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