ribfest toronto 2018

The top 6 ribfests in Toronto this summer

Ribfests are back in Toronto for summer 2018 so you'd better break out your eatin' pants and custom bib. Here are some of the most notable ones.

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    • June 15-17
      The smell of barbecued ribs takes over the Beaches with this fest that has a new feature this year: an on-site craft beer market featuring a ton of Toronto breweries.
      Woodbine Park
    • June 29 - July 2
      Arguably one of the largest ribfest celebrations of the year, some of the biggest names in the rib game serve up some of the best ribs in the country.
      Centennial Park
    • July 6-8
      BBQ ribs, pulled pork and chicken from notable vendors lands in Markham — featuring food trucks, a beer and wine tent and live music.
      East Parking Lot
    • July 27-29
      A whole weekend full of ribs is on along with a newly established craft beer market, a wine and spirits area and life-sized board games.
      Dufferin and Clark Community Centre
    • August 10-12
      Vaughan plays host to this huge festival of ribs with entertainment, world-class ribs and food vendors, rides and games.
      Woodbridge Fairgrounds
    • August 17 - September 3
      With the opening of the CNE comes Ribfest, including the ulimtate showdown to see which vendor has the best rib recipe.
      Exhibition Place Bandshell Park
    Lead photo by

    Jesse Milns

Lead photo by

Jesse Milns


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