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The top 5 free events in Toronto: August 24-30 2015

The top free events in Toronto will offer you a chance to hit up more than just festivals. Though there's still many a summer street fest going on, that's not all thats on tap in the city. There's a roster of free comedy shows, live music, and more waiting for you.

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Selfoss, Bond Girls, Robot Eyes, and Kylo (August 25)
Head to the Horseshoe Tavern if you're down to take in some live music on Tuesday evening. Selfoss, Bond Girls, Robot Eyes, and Kylo will all be performing as part of INDIE88's Nu Music Night series. If you can't make it this week, no worries; it happens every Tuesday.

TIFF in the Park: The Triplets of Belleville (August 26)
David Peacaut Square will be filled with movie-lovers on Wednesday night for this week's installment of TIFF in the Park. Watch the Triplets of Belleville in the heart of downtown for one of the final events of the season.

That's How I Remember It Live (August 26)
If you're a podcast junkie, head to The Ossington on Wednesday night. That's How I Remember It will be putting on a live improv show. The shows regular cast will be there, plus special guests Chad Mallett, Matt Folliott and Ted Hallett.

Tamil Fest (August 29-30)
Tamil Fest is expected to bring 15,000 people to Morningside Ave over its two-day stint. You'll find the street celebration filled with Tamil culture, music, cuisine and traditions. There will also be a few midway rides on the scene, if you need a little adrenaline boost.

PS Kensington (August 30)
Head to Kensington Market for this month's installment of Pedestrian Sundays. After this there's only two left before they pack up until next year. You'll find a host of street performers, food on sticks, and the Kensington Art Fair.

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Photo of Pedestrian Sundays by Tom Ryaboi


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