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The top 5 parking lot parties in Toronto this summer

Parking lot parties in Toronto this summer will make you feel like you live in a small town where everyone just backs their pickup trucks onto empty slabs of cement, cracks open tall cans and sways to the music together under the stars. So experience all that, but in the city.

  • Parties
    Date
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    • June 25 - September 10
      The parking lot across from Smoke Signals turns into a party space from noon to 8 p.m. every Sunday, all summer long, with food, cocktails, beer and DJs.
      Smoke Signals Barbecue
    • June 25
      Pride Toronto fills parking lots all weekend with DJs and performers, but this party is the one to be at with headliners Zaki Ibrahim, Cakes Da Killa and Eveylyn "Champagne King."
      Wellesley Pride Stage
    • June 25
      Tailgating starts three hours before every game and the first major event is on June 25. Pull your car into the parking lot, buy cheap beers, bring your own barbecue and party before kick off.
      BMO Field parking lot
    • July 14-15
      This event brings the spirit of the country to the heart of the city with music, BBQ from some of Toronto’s top chefs, carnival eats and mechanical bull rides.
      525 King Street West
    • July 23
      Now in its seventh year, Bastid's BBQ is a guaranteed good time with the ultimate summer soundtrack, yummy food and all kinds of drinks.
      525 King St W
    Lead photo by

    Jose Z. Lim Jr. at Bastid's BBQ

Lead photo by

Jose Z. Lim Jr. at Bastid's BBQ


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