The top events in Toronto for May 2019 are ready to see the AGO add one of Yayoi Kusama's Infinity Rooms to its permanent collection. A new tech conference is here and Canada's Wonderland just got a new coaster. Concerts, food, free stuff and markets are all happening as well.Events you might want to check out:
Canada's Wonderland Opening Day (May 3 @ Canada's Wonderland)
Another year of thrills is back at Canada's Wonderland, this time featuring the world's tallest diver coaster, the Yukon Striker.
Canadian Music Week (May 6-12 @ Multiple Venues)
The best of Canada's music scene are flocking to the city to show their stuff during the week-long festival featuring over 800 bands.
Spring Beerfest Toronto (May 18-19 @ Fort York: Garrison Common)
Head to the cottage without leaving the city as Spring Beerfest returns with a weekend of beer, food, music and more down at Fort York.
Electric Island (May 19 @ Hanlan's Point)
It's a party on the Island as the first of five Electric Islands returns with a full day of EDM, trance, techno and electro performances.
Collision (May 20-23 @ Enercare Centre)
New this year is "the Coachella of tech conferences" that's bringing big names from the international tech community to Toronto for the weekend.
Inside Out (May 23 - June 2 @ TIFF Bell Lightbox)
Back again is this film festival dedicated to showcasing works by LGBTQ+ filmmakers about LGBTQ+ people and their stories.
Poutine Fest (May 24-26 @ Yonge-Dundas Square)
Back again is this huge festival dedicated to Canada's national food with 13 of Ontario and Quebec's best food trucks on hand to serve up the cheesy goods.
Anime North (May 24-26 @ Multiple Venues)
Start planning your cosplay now because Anime North returns this spring with a weekend of festivities dedicated to all-things Japanese culture.
AGO Infinity Mirror Room Opening (May 25 @ Art Gallery of Ontario)
Get lost in space and time as one of Yayoi Kusama's Infinity Mirrors rooms becomes part of the AGO's permanent collection for all to enjoy.
CBC Music Festival (May 25 @ RBC Echo Beach)
It's that time of year again for music festivals and this one is back with a full day of Canadian musicians like Alvvays, Stars, Rhye, Cœur de pirate and more.
by Lisa Power via blogTO