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The top 5 free events in Toronto: July 20-26

Free events in Toronto will have you checking out some old-school two-wheelers at the Toronto Vintage Bicycle Show. Bike enthusiasts are congregating in Trinity Bellwoods this Sunday if you want to get in on the action. If you'd rather see some live performances, the Beaches Jazz Fest and PANAMANIA are still going strong.

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Franco-FĂŞte (July 10-24)
Franco-Fete is an opportunity for Toronto's French-speaking people to get together and share their cultures, and teach others about them, too. The festival, at Yonge-Dundas Square, will be like being at the roadside for the Tour de France -- except without the cyclists.

Beaches Jazz Fest (July 10-26)
The Beaches Jazz Festival continues this weekend with performances by the Lula All Stars, Chris Thomas King, Ogguere, God Made Me Funky, The Boom Booms, La Gran Colombia Orchestra and many more.

PANAMANIA (July 10-26, August 7-12)
The Pan Am Games aren't just about sports. Acts still to play include Lights, Stars, Calle 13, tons of world music artists and lots more -- all for free at Nathan Phillips Square and the CIBC PanAm Park. Check the schedule and show up early.

UNITY Concert (July 25)
This Saturday Dundas Square will be taken over by the UNITY Festival for its final day. GZA is headlining, so look forward to a good show. If you've got a few extra dollars to spend, tickets are available for UNITY Fest events happening Wednesday to Friday.

Toronto Vintage Bicycle Show (July 26)
Want to spend your weekend scoping out some old-school two-wheelers? The Toronto Vintage Bicycle Show gives you that opportunity for free. Head to Trinity Bellwoods park to chat with other bike-enthusiasts.

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