family day weekend events toronto

Family Day weekend events in Toronto

Family Day weekend events in Toronto include an impressive number of music festivals, pop-ups, and parties. From a free outdoor art show along the Eastern Beaches to a peek at the future of filmmaking via TIFF's Next Wave fest, there's a ton to do. 

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    • February 16 - March 23
      The February edition of the Royal Ontario Museum's monthly party series is lunar themed, and features top DJs and live artists, in addition to the option to explore the venue's stunning galleries.
      Royal Ontario Museum
    • February 17
      The final free DJ skate party of the season goes down on February 17th, with the theme being African-Caribbean R&B. If you miss this one, you'll have to wait until next winter to skate and dance!
      Harbourfront Centre
    • February 17-19
      TIFF's youth and future filmmaker series focuses on the creators of tomorrow, including a young filmmaker's competition and 12 free screenings of 12 films from around the world.
      TIFF Bell Lightbox
    • February 19 - April 1
      WinterStations brings the world's finest in design, architecture, and contemporary art to the Beaches, with giant sculptures that can survive the harshness of Canadian winter lining the waterfront.
      The Beaches
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    • February 14-19
      Back for a sixth year, the sister festival to the original Montreal show brings films representing storylines about Black people and the work of Black filmmakers to big screens in Toronto.
      Multiple Venues
    • February 14-25
      Canada's longest running new works festival turns Toronto into a hotbed of experimentation, creating a space for the most adventurous ideas in theatre, dance, and performance art.
      Buddies in Bad Times Theatre
    • February 16-25
      The biggest car show of the year returns to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Check out the latest models and what's in store for the future.
      Metro Toronto Convention Centre
    • February 16
      Shimmering sets of house, disco, and French dance beats courtesy of DJ Philippe and Sammy Rawal come to the Bentway for a free Beats and Bents skate party Friday night.
      The Bentway
    • February 17
      The beloved vegan cafe, live music venue and DIY event space announced earlier this year that they're shutting down in February, but not before a three day music fest in honour of its tight-knit community.
      D-Beatstro
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