Free events in Toronto for July 2019 are all about soaking up the summer fun on the cheap. You can catch a free concert by Broken Social Scene and party under the Gardiner Expressway. Ossington Avenue is also having a big street festival and Salsa on St. Clair is back.Events you might want to check out:
Broken Social Scene (July 1 @ Concert Stage)
The Canada Day celebrations are in full effect as Toronto's own indie rockers Broken Social Scene drop by for a free concert on the waterfront.
Cultura Festival (July 5-26 @ Mel Lastman Square)
A month of free music, performances, outdoor movies and activities is on each week at this festival dedicated to showing off the best of the city's culture.
Beaches Jazz Festival (July 5-28 @ Multiple Venues)
The Beaches is set to fill up with the music of local and international musicians as they drop by for this big festival with street parties and a fun run.
Afrofest (July 6-7 @ Woodbine Park)
A celebration of African music is on with over 50 performances over two-days, plus a massive market with food, drinks and artisan goods.
Salsa on St. Clair (July 6-7 @ St. Clair Ave West)
Salsa, rumba, samba and tango your heart out this summer as this huge latin street festival takes over with a weekend of music, food and dance.
The Bentway Block Party (July 7 @ The Bentway)
Back again is this big party with a day of installations, music, games, food and drink that also marks the opening of The Bentway's beer garden.
Festival of India (July 13-14 @ Centre Island)
The city's biggest Indian festival is back with a weekend of events happening all over, capped off by a huge parade and a party on the Island.
BIG on Bloor Festival (July 20 @ Bloor Street West)
A full day of fun activities, performances, music, food, drinks and shopping is happening as part of Bloor St. shuts down for this big festival.
OssFest (July 27 @ Ossington Ave)
Good vibes are on at OssFest as part of Ossington Avenue closes for a day of yoga, shopping, patio chilling, food, music, performances and more.
Pedestrian Sundays (June 28 @ Kensington Market)
Kensington Market is going car-free once again for another edition of PS Kensington that's full of summertime fun like games, music, art and more.
by Lisa Power via blogTO