events June toronto

The top 10 events in Toronto this June

Events in Toronto this June kick off summer festival season with music, brews and ribs — sometimes all in one place. New this year is a Banksy exhibition, while NXNE makes a triumphant return to Yonge-Dundas Square.

  • Events you might want to check out
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • June 2-3
      This annual downtown music and arts festival is on all weekend with a solid list of headliners — plus food, comedy and art to boot.
      Fort York National Historic Site
    • June 8-17
      Taking over venues across the city is this 10-day music festival that includes a club and game portion, and a free festival during the last three days.
      Multiple Venues
    • June 13 - September 2
      In what will be the world’s largest collection of Banksy’s works ever exhibited, over 80 works by the mysterious British street artist will be on display.
      213 Sterling Road
    • June 20
      Movies, music and beer is going down at Open Roof's new location on Sterling Road, with outdoor movie screenings and live music every Wednesday.
      Sterling Road
    • June 22-24
      Pride Month gets a huge send-off at this massive street party with food and drink vendors, as well as performances and activities throughout the Village.
      Church-Wellesley Village
    • June 22-24
      Modern and traditional food favourites from all over Asia come together to showcase Asian culture with performances and artisans.
      Kennedy Road
    • June 22-24
      Now with an extra day of suds in the sun, this craft beer festival gathers local, independent brewers and pairs their creations with food, music and activities.
      Ontario Place
    • June 22 - July 1
      A sure sign of summer is this internationally-recognized jazz festival, with musicians and artists flocking to Toronto from all over to play.
      Multiple Venues
    • June 23-24
      Electro, EDM and trance artists arrive for this huge, two-day music festival featuring Armin Van Buuren, Kaskade and Galantis.
      RBC Echo Beach
    • June 29 - July 2
      Arguably one of the largest ribfest celebrations of the year, some of the biggest names in the rib game serve up some of the best ribs in the country.
      Centennial Park
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