From Ed Sheeran to Food and Film Festivals, there is never a shortage of things to do in Toronto this weekend. This weekend, the City of Toronto is celebrating culinary delights, amazing music and your chance to grab a blanket and catch a flick in the Pits!
Toronto This Weekend
Beaches International Jazz Festival
From July 7-July 30, enjoy the sunshine and music at the Beaches International Jazz Festival. The Sounds of Leslieville & Riverside begins at 6:00 PM, with the Happy Pals, on Friday evening and Gypsy Sound System closing the weekend’s performances at 7 PM on July 9th.
Summerlicious 2017 features Toronto’s top restaurants offering residents and tourists delicious foods at a great value. With over 200 restaurants participating, the 15th annual city-wide culinary event welcomes 22 new restaurants this year, including Cactus Club Cafe, Maple Leaf Tavern, Jamie’s Italian (Yorkdale), Mochica, Ricarda’s and TOCA (The Ritz-Carlton).
Taste of Lawrence
The Taste of Lawrence is a 3-day food and cultural festival tak es place in the Wexford Heights BIA. This is Scarborough’s largest food festival and boasts foods from every cultural community in the GTA.
ReelHeART International Film & Screenplay Festival
The 14th Annual Festival in Toronto is a worldwide independent film festival held in Toronto from July 3rd to July 8th, 2017.
Toronto Fringe is a creative matchmaker, connecting artists with audiences, and empowering everyone to unleash their inner artist.
Salsa on St. Clair
From July 8th to July 9th, enjoy the best of all things Latino and indulge in a fiesta of flavours, dancing, and Latino culture at Salsa on St. Clair Street Festival.
Christie Pits Film Festival
For its seventh season, Christie Pits Film Festival proudly presents Eyes on the Prize, a weekly outdoor series featuring films about competition, camaraderie, and the drive to win. Sunday, July 9th feature is the legendary Maltese Falcon starring Humphrey Bogart and Mary Astor
This weekend: July 7 and 8th – Dreams Music Festival – Echo Beach at Budweiser Stage
on July 7 and 8th – Ed Sheeran, Air Canada Centre
July 7th – The Moody Blues, Sony Centre for the Arts
Violet Femmes – Massey Hall