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Tuesday, July 30, 2019

The top 10 events in Toronto this August

The top events in Toronto for August 2019 give honourable mention to the totally sold-out OVO Fest while still including lots of music festivals like a newcomer from Amsterdam. The CNE is back and the MOCA is having a party. Free stuff, concerts and food events are all on, too.

Events you might want to check out:

VELD (August 3-4 @ Downsview Park)
Cardi B, Tiesto, Skrillex and Kyo are just some of the big names hitting the stage at this year's biggest EDM/electro/hip-hop music festival.
Roundhouse Craft Beer Festival (August 9-10 @ Roundhouse Park)
The summer edition of this big beer festival is back with a weekend of Ontario's best craft beer on tap, plus food trucks, games and more.
Taste of the Danforth (August 9-11 @ Greektown)
Greek food galore is on at this annual festival in Greektown, with three days of food, drinks, performances, a midway and lots more.
Waterfront Night Market (August 9-11 @ Ontario Place)
Over 150 food and artisan vendors are setting up shop at Ontario Place for this massive night market that focuses on Pan-Asian food cuisine.
We Are Lost Festival (August 11 @ Evergreen Brick Works)
New this year is this music festival born out of Amsterdam's electro scene and including performances by local and international DJs.
Ultra Night Run (August 16 @ Sunnybrook Park)
Fitness and fun come together at this huge, neon-lit night run that includes 5K and 10K courses and post-run celebration with food, drinks and music.
Night Visions (August 17 @ MOCA Toronto)
The MOCA is getting into the after-hours party game with an artists' takeover of four floors of the museum for a night of music, art and installations.
Wavelength (August 17-18 @ Stackt Market)
Wavelength is back with a weekend of music and art that highlights the city's indie scene with performances by Milk & Bone and many more.
CNE (August 16 - September 2 @ Exhibition Place)
One of the year's most anticipated events returns as the CNE kicks off two weeks of carnival festivities that includes rides, games, food, shows and lots more.
Fan Expo (August 22-25 @ Metro Toronto Convention Centre)
All-things fandom are on at this annual pop culture convention with special guests, a big market, workshops, performances and lots more.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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