The top markets and pop-ups in Toronto for July 2019 capture the fun of summer with a mix of great events where you can shop, eat and drink—all in one place. The Junction Night Market is back and there's a LEGO bar pop-up. Pins, patches, flowers and clothing are all on as well.Events you might want to check out:
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.
Junction Night Market (July 6 @ The Junction)
Music, activities, shopping, food and drink are all part of this big annual neighbourhood night market with something for everyone.
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.
The Summer Market (July 13 @ Northern Contemporary Gallery)
The Parkdale Flea and Toronto Designers Market are teaming up once again for this big market with over 80 makers selling all types of goodies.
Eco Lifestyle Market (July 14 @ The Great Hall)
Eco-friendly, sustainable and natural products are the focus of this market with goods from local makers including health, beauty, food and more.
Ontario Vintage Market (July 14 @ Evergreen Brick Works)
Vintage lovers can find their treasure at this huge market with design, art and antiques from vintage suppliers from all over the province.
Toronto Flower Market (July 20 @ CAMH)
Fresh cut flowers from local growers are on at this edition of the Toronto Flower Market with handmade bouquets, gifts and decor.
Trinity Bellwoods Flea (July 21 @ The Great Hall)
The Bellwoods Flea is back with a local artisans, designers and vendors selling art, jewellery, gifts, food, clothing, beat products and home decor.
Pin + Patch Show (July 27 @ Toronto Media Arts Centre)
The best way to express yourself is through pins and patches and this annual show features local makers selling all kinds of unique creations.
Leslieville Night Market (July 27 @ Jonathan Ashbridge Park)
It's a night of food, drink, farmers, vintage and handcrafted goods and music at this big PWYC night market, hosted by the Leslieville Farmers Market.
by Lisa Power via blogTO