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10 things to do in Toronto today

Events in Toronto today see a bit of Montreal come to the city, thanks to a big Osheaga block party. All while Nuit Rose takes over two neighbourhoods to showcase LGBTQ+ artists.

  • Events you might want to check out
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    • June 16
      A little bit of Montreal comes to Toronto with a huge, free block party — with special guests DJ Green Lantern, Dam-Funk, Shash'U and more.
      181 Sterling Rd
    • June 16
      LGBTQ+ creators come together to take over two Toronto neighbourhoods in a festival that includes an art crawl and special programming all day long.
      Multiple Venues
    • June 16
      One of the most anticipated parties of the year returns as a part of Pride, with hot hits to get you pumped for the celebrations.
    • June 16
      Overstock of vintage clothing from the 1890s through to the 1990s — usually only available to costume professionals — is up for grabs at this big sale.
      Ian Drummond Collection
    • June 16
      The historic Sunnyside celebrates another beautiful day of summer with beach-side party featuring local and visiting DJs from San Francisco and beyond.
      Sunnyside Pavilion & Cafe
    • June 16
      Haux uses mellow synths and soft instrumentals to underscore his tender vocals, creating a minimalist effect that captures themes of love and loss.
    • June 16
      Part of the Game Changer series, this documentary looks at the revolutionary 1960s and 70s where a “secret history” of feminist art unfolded.
      Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema
  • Ongoing events
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