toronto street festivals

The top 5 street festivals in Toronto this spring

Street festivals in Toronto this spring bring the fun with markets, music, and all the food imaginable. They're a great way to check out the different neighbourhoods around the city and see what makes them each so unique.

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    • May 12
      This annual street fest will see Queen West infused with the sights and smells of spring with a sprawling market place stretched out between Roncy and Dufferin.
      Parkdale Village
    • May 27
      Kensington goes car-free and transformed into a play space for artists, musicians, outdoor vendors, performers, and of course pedestrians for a handful of Sundays a year.
      Kensington Market
    • June 1-2
      Dundas West becomes a party zone for an extra day this year with dancing, music, food, performances, arts and crafts, and yoga in the street.
      Dundas Street West
    • June 9
      The already lively Roncesvalles Avenue transforms into a giant art party with artists, a sidewalk sale and live music for a full day this spring.
      Roncesvalles Ave
    • June 15-17
      Plan your route accordingly because College will be shut down between Bathurst and Shaw for a weekend of eat and drink from nearby establishments.
      College Street
    Lead photo by

    Jesse Milns at Taste of Little Italy

Lead photo by

Jesse Milns at Taste of Little Italy

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