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Weekend events in Toronto May 25-27 2018

Weekend events in Toronto mean that many fascinating and important buildings around the city will be open to the public with Doors Open, while Anime North brings together enthusiasts from all over. It's also the first Pedestrian Sunday of the season in Kensington Market.

  • Top Picks
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • May 25-27
      All things anime get a festival celebration — including cosplay, manga, music, games and all other forms of Japanese culture.
      Toronto Congress Center
    • May 26
      Back again is this one-day, all-Canadian festival of musical talent featuring headliners July Talk, A Tribe Called Red and Charlotte Day Wilson.
      RBC Echo Beach
    • May 26-27
      Toronto's architecture takes the spotlight with tours of historically and culturally significant buildings all around the city.
      Multiple Venues
    • May 27
      Pedestrian Sundays kicks off a season of car-less wandering through Kensington Market featuring art, food vendors, live music and activities.
      Kensington Market
  • Events you might want to check out
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • May 25-26
      Hundreds of podcasters, vloggers and web series creators from around Canada and beyond are in Toronto to share in the festivities atop the CN Tower.
      CN Tower
    • May 26
      The first edition of the Geenwood Stakes includes an afternoon of fashion, art, drinks, live music, food, lawn games and, of course, horse races
      Woodbine Racetrack
    • May 26-27
      Part of Doors Open, a Lego creation in the style of the TTC, complete with miniature bus and streetcar models, is on display in Fort York.
      Fort York Historic Site
    • May 26
      It's that time of year for Splashworks to open for the season and this year there's a new attraction in town: Lakeside Lagoon.
      Canada's Wonderland
    • May 26-27
      Doggies of all shapes and sizes show off their cuteness over this two-day festival featuring human-friendly shopping, entertainment and vendors.
      Woodbine Park
  • Music
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
  • Film
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • May 24 - June 3
      Filmmakers from the LGBTQ+ community and beyond come together in celebration of the best queer films from Canada and around the world.
      TIFF Bell Lightbox
    • June 22-28
      Get a glimpse into the world of anonymous “digital janitors” who screen tens of thousands of posts to determine what we can and cannot see.
      Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema
    • May 26-27
      Cinesphere is opening for Doors Open with two days of free screenings of North of Superior and a prologue of The Dark Knight: The IMAX Experience.
      Cinesphere
  • Food & Drink
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
  • Markets and pop-ups
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
  • Parties
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
  • Art events
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
  • Ongoing events
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • March 3 - May 27
      It's the last weekend to check out Yayoi Kusama's Infinity Mirrors exhibit, with the AGO extending gallery hours to midnight for some of the final days.
      Art Gallery of Ontario

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