Toronto events!!!

Toronto Fun Parties

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

10 free things to do in Toronto this July

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

No comments:

Post a Comment