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The top 5 free events in Toronto this week

Free events in Toronto this week means you can catch a lot of free music, either at the block party in YDS or at Open Tuning. Meanwhile, you can walk through a forest of art or join in a big bike party bash.

  • Free events you don't want to miss
    About the Event
    • June 4 - October 1
      Another season of free outdoor music kicks off for the year in and around the downtown core, starting at 777 Bay Street with singer Sabrina Soares.
      Multiple Venues
    • June 8
      In celebration of Yonge-Dundas Square's 15th anniversary, a huge and free party is going down with a concert by The New Pornographers.
      Yonge-Dundas Square
    • June 9
      Seaton Village is transforming into a giant stage for live music, with musicians performing in the streets.
      Seaton Village
    • June 9
      Liberty Village gets overtaken by local artists during this big art party featuring live music, interactive demos, food and family-friendly activities.
      Liberty Village Park
    • June 9
      One bike, one sound. Bring your bike to the party and join in creating one, big speaker box, covered in lights, rolling down the street.
      Christie Pits Park
    Lead photo by

    Michael Herrera

Lead photo by

Michael Herrera

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