Free events spring toronto

10 free things to do in Toronto this spring

Free things to do in Toronto this spring include major film and art festivals, Doors Open, and the first Pedestrian Sunday in Kensington Market. It's time to get out your spring kicks, wrangle your friends and have fun again... without spending a dime.

  • Free events you don't want to miss
    About the Event
    • April 19
      National Canadian Film Day 150 is a massive one-day, coast-to-coast celebration of Canadian cinema with free screenings all over the city.
      Various locations
    • April 28 - May 31
      Throughout the month of May, Contact takes over the city with more than 200 photography exhibitions and events all across Toronto.
      Various locations
    • May 3-7
      More than 900 promising young artists and designers are exhibiting at this five-day event spread across three OCAD buildings.
      OCAD University
    • May 5-7
      Take a free, community-led walking tour inspired by Jane Jacobs to explore Toronto with new friends and neighbours.
      Jane's Walk
    • May 13-14
      The two-day Toronto Comics Arts Festival is a wonderful weekend of comic artists, vendors, discussions and meet-and-greets.
    • May 27-28
      Ever wanted the keys to the city? That's what you basically get during Doors Open on May 27 and 28, which gives you access to loads of typically unseen Toronto buildings.
      Various locations
    • May 28
      Cars are given the boot for streets filled with food, performers, dancers, music, vendors and hundreds of happy people on the first PS Kensington of the season.
      Kensington Market
    • June 3
      This is one of the city's coolest neighbourhood street festivals featuring local restaurants, vendors, coffee shops, antiques and a couple small stages. 
      Dundas Street West
    • June 10
      Musicians from all genres are invited to perform on porches and in parks, alleyways, garages and on street corners from 2 to10 p.m.
      Seaton Village
    • June 14-25
      Find music, photography, film, performances, and so much more in venues across the city. Numerous installations throughout the festival are free.
      Various locations
    Lead photo by

    Taku of Luminato

Lead photo by

Taku of Luminato

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