Events in Toronto for Canada Day 2018 promise a heckin' good time for a hot day in the city. There's an outdoor film screening, the return of Union Summer, Electric Island and lots of fireworks. Don't forget to check out what's opened and closed, too.Events you might want to check out:
Electric Island (July 1 @ Hanlan's Point)
Electric Island returns for a Canada Day celebration with DJs and performances by Anna, The Martinez Brothers, Jackmaster and more.
Canada Day Celebration (July 1 @ Downsview Park)
Downsview Park is hosting a family-friendly Canada Day celebration complete with activities, live entertainment and ending with a fireworks display.
Moscow Apartment (July 1 @ The Distillery District)
Toronto's own Moscow Apartment blends indie and hard rock with folk, while serving as a backdrop for Brighid Fry and Pascale Padilla's raw vocals.
Christie Pits Film Festival (July 1 @ Christie Pits)
The Canada Day edition of CPFF takes a look at Toronto's Little Portugal with Porch Stores, paired alongside Whatever Happened to Jackie Shane?
Canada Day BBQ (July 1 @ People's Pint)
Toronto's DIY brewery is throwing a big Canada Day bash with free barbecue and burgers alongside fresh brews outside on the patio.
Tomorrow's Top Comics (July 1 @ Comedy Bar)
Up and coming comedic talents show off their stuff at this showcase featuring Patrick Fishman, Jennie Steer-Welbourn and James O'Hara.
Union Summer (July 1 - August 19 @ Union Station)
This huge summer market shows off the best of the newly renovated station with vendors, shopping, programming and events all summer long.
Scarborough Night Market (June 29 - July 1 @ Agincourt Mall)
The Canada Day celebrations warp up today but not before lots of food, music, shopping and a singing contest.
Queen's Plate Festival (June 29 - July 1 @ Woodbine Racetrack)
Dress your best for this weekend-long festival of horse racing, big hats and performances by country singer Brad Paisley.
CITE Opening Weekend (June 30 - July 1 @ The Bentway)
It's not too late to check out what The Bentway is up to for the summer as this outdoor party continues in celebration of skateboarding arts and culture.
by Lisa Power via blogTO
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