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The top 5 free events in Toronto this week

Free events in Toronto this week offer a lot of things to do without spending a dime. Check out some LGBTQ+ artists at Nuit Rose or catch a movie under the stars. Take a stroll through College or hang out in Liberty Village. All for free!

  • Free events you don't want to miss
    About the Event
    • June 14
      Friends and neighbours of Liberty Village are throwing a huge street party with a sidewalk sale, outdoor patio, entertainment and activities.
      70 Fraser Ave
    • June 15-17
      Wander along a car-less College Street during this huge celebration of Italian food and culture as it takes over Little Italy for three days this month.
      College Street
    • June 16
      A little bit of Montreal comes to Toronto with a huge and 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 17
      It's a cool summer night under the stars in Toronto, but a hot one in Spike Lee's classic flick, paired alongside A Tribe Called Red’s Indian City featuring Black Bear.
      Fort York National Historic Site
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