labour day events toronto

Labour Day events in Toronto for 2017

Labour Day events in Toronto feature the Brewer's Backyard beer party at the Brick Works, but it's also the final day of the CNE, and there's a concert inside a huge green house. Enjoy the holiday Monday!

  • Events you might want to check out
    About the Event
    • September 4
      Exchange Brewery, Nickelbrook, Indie Alehouse, Cowbell, Black Oak, Shacklands, and Red Thread are lined up to serve beer, while FeasTO, Meltdown Cheesery, Fidel Gastro, Fully Loaded TO and the Wafel Bar will serve the food.
      Evergreen Brick Works
    • September 4
      2 Chainz returns to the city for a night of trap and hip hop in one of the best sounding clubs in the city.
    • September 4
      A concert inside the Allan Gardens Conservatory? Yes please! Four composers present music they have written for the plant life inside the greenhouses including shows from Castle If, JFM, Nick Storring and Laura Swankey.
      Allan Gardens Park and Conservatory
    • September 4
      Here you'll find kosher, steamed, hand sliced, Montreal smoked meat sandwiches for one day only. They've brought the smoked meat in directly from Montreal for this special event.
      Netivot HaTorah
  • Ongoing events
    About the Event
    • August 18 - September 4
      Alert! It's the final day of the CNE! Get all your food, rides,, concerts and Air Show action in while you can.
      Canadian National Exhibition
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