music festivals toronto spring 2019

The top 5 music festivals in Toronto this spring

Music festivals in Toronto for spring 2019 are bursting with sound as NXNE returns to venues, parking lots, and parks, and Canadian Music Week overflows with homegrown talent. Some lineups are yet to be announced, but look forward to a season of great music.

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    • May 6-12
      Canadian talent from all over the country is flocking to music venues all over the city for a one-week festival showcasing over 800 acts worth catching.
      Multiple Venues
    • May 26 - June 2
      From Israeli pop to Yiddish theatre music, this festival serves as a celebration of all Jewish music with a week of performances happening all over.
      Multiple Venues
    • June 1
      A full day of music is on at this massive annual festival with performances, an instrument expo, shopping, kids zone, food trucks and a beer garden.
    • June 7-16
      North by North West takes over once again with city-wide performances, ending with a massive street festival along Yonge Street.
      Multiple Venues
    • June 8
      Seaton Village is ready to rock with a full day of local musicians performing everywhere from porches to parks, with everyone welcome to come listen.
      Seaton Village
    Lead photo by

    Matt Forsythe

Lead photo by

Matt Forsythe


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