Toronto Events this Weekend

Things to do in Toronto June 30- July 2, 2017

Happy 150 Canada!   Canada’s Birthday couldn’t have fallen on a better day and there is no better place to be (aside from Ottawa of course) than in Toronto to enjoy live entertainment, celebrations, and of course fireworks!

Want to know what’s going on for Canada Day across Canada? Read about Canada 150 Celebrations across the Country.

Nathan Phillips Square 

From June 30th to July 3rd, show your Canadian pride at City Hall and Nathan Phillips Square.  A night fireworks display is scheduled along with a line-up of great Canadian artists including Ron Sexsmith, The Barenaked Ladies, dvsn, and Belly.  The full Canada Day celebration schedule is on the City of Toronto website.

Photo Credit: Jim Orgill

Toronto Events

Redpath Waterfront Festival 

Get ducky at the Redpath Waterfront Festival (#canuckitup) from July 1st to 3rd, 2017.  This festival is the official launch of the Ontario 150 Tour.  Travelling show includes Rhythm of the Nation and the West Coast Lumberjack Show.  Of course you can’t miss the giant yellow rubber duck that arrived in Toronto this month along with the artisan market and The Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) returning 440 ft Naval Frigate, and a host of interactive on-land activities!

TD Toronto Jazz Festival 

If lively rhymes and rhythm is your style this weekend, you can’t miss the line-up at the TD Toronto Jazz Festival that includes The Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, at the Sony Centre on July 1.  The official closing date is July 2nd.

In Concert This Weekend

Saturday, July 1, 2017
Our Lady Peace
Woodbine Racetrack
$30.00 Tickets & Info
Sunday, July 2, 2017
Goo Goo Dolls
Woodbine Racetrack
$30.00 Tickets & Info



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Trina Stewart is the associate publisher of RISE Publication Inc. As a regular online contributor of food and drink, Trina has worked with Sephora, EOS, and other beauty and fashion brands on her personal blog. Comments

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