The top events in Toronto for July 2019 have plenty of newcomers like a festival dedicated to cats, a bar made out of LEGO bricks and a museum all about heartbreak. There's returning favourites like Summerlicious and Fringe, plus lots of concerts and free stuff, too.Events you might want to check out:
Fringe Festival (July 3-14 @ Multiple Venues)
With 151 shows at 37 venues, there's something for everyone at Ontario's largest theatre festival that highlights the work of independent playwrights.
LEGO Bar (July 5-7 @ Rosehill Venue & Lounge)
A different kind of drinking hole is popping up this year in a bar made entirely of LEGO, which makes a stop in Toronto for three days of booze and play.
Summerlicious (July 5-21 @ Multiple Venues)
Nearly 200 spots all over the city are taking part in this huge culinary event and offering special summer dinner and lunch menus just for the occasion.
Meowfest (July 6 @ Evergreen Brick Works)
New this year is a festival dedicated to all-things cat with a day of shopping, celebrity cat appearances, activities, workshops and lots more.
Museum of Broken Relationships (July 11-21 @ Harbourfront Centre)
Get ready for all the feels as this new pop-up museum includes items from past relationships that pack lots of emotion and memories.
Night It Up! (July 12-14 @ Markham Civic Centre)
Markham's biggest food festival is back in the style of a traditional Asian night market with tons of incredible food, performances, music and more.
All Day I Dream (July 13 @ Fort York National Historic Site)
Making a stop in Toronto is this big international house and trance festival with DJs Lee Burridge, Sébastien Léger and Newman on deck.
Pizza Fest (July 19-21 @ Ontario Place)
Pizza lovers, rejoice! This pizza festival is back and bigger than ever, taking over Ontario Place with a weekend of cheesy goodness.
Festival of Beer (July 26-28 @ Bandshell Park)
Beer and grub is only one part of this big festival as it includes performances by Ashanti and Ja Rule, members of the Wu Tang Clan and Dwayne Gretzky.
The Office! A Musical Parody (July 30 - August 25 @ CAA Theatre)
Channel your inner Michael Scott at this off-Broadway hit musical that captures the essence of the folks at Dunder Mifflin in all their glory.
by Lisa Power via blogTO