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Saturday, August 25, 2018

10 things to do in Toronto today

It's Saturdaze in Toronto and you don't have to go far to find some great events around the city. Dance your heart out under the highway, drink up at a beer festival, stroll along a car-free Bloor or check out some thrash metal tunes. Why not, you know?

Events you might want to check out:

The Bentway Block Party (August 25 @ The Bentway)
Put on your dancing shoes for this big party under the Gardiner with live performances, big art installations, food, drinks and games.
Summerdaze (August 25 @ 54 Fraser Avenue)
The last Summerdaze of the season comes to an end with a stellar lineup of underground DJs featuring Acid Pauli, Brian Cid, Hauy and Miss Melera.
Bloorcourt Festival (August 25 @ Bloor Street West)
Local Bloorcourt vendors along Bloor Street West come together for a festival of artists, musicians and crafters alongside goods, music and entertainment.
Leslieville Beer Festival (August 25 @ Dundas Street East)
Dundas East shuts down for this all-day neighbourhood street party with regional brewers, community food vendors and local artisans on site.
Sorauren Park Outdoor Movie Series (August 25 @ Sorauren Avenue Park)
A pre-show pizza party is going down with prizes to boot, plus a free outdoor screening of the 2016 Ghostbusters remake.
Halloween H20 (August 25 @ Revue Cinema)
The torment continues twenty years later in this 1998 sequel to the original Halloween that has, with the help of LL Cool J, now entered cult-status.
Toxik (August 25 @ Coalition: T.O)
Cut out the sugar and go for the jugular with New York thrash metal rockers Toxik as they make a stop in Toronto as part of a mini Canadian tour.
Tamil Fest (August 25-26 @ Markham Road)
Now in its third year, Tamil Fest looks to celebrate Tamil culture with exhibits, traditional food, entertainment and performances.
Scarborough Afro-Carib Fest (August 25-26 @ Scarborough Civic Centre)
A huge celebration of Afro-Caribbean culture is going down with two days of food, performances, art, competitions and prizes.
Pan American Food Festival (August 25-26 @ Yonge–Dundas Square)
Foods from all over the American continent is getting served up alongside activities, competitions and live performances.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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