summer festivals toronto

5 new festivals in Toronto this summer

New festivals in Toronto for summer 2018 will keep your bellies full of your favourite comfort foods, listening to some sweet country tunes and showcasing artists you've never seen before. This is your chance to get out of the house and experience something brand new.

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    • June 29 - July 1
      Canada Day long weekend is bringing Scarborough a brand new three-day outdoor night market complete with 20 different food vendors, music, shopping and much more.
      Agincourt Mall
    • July 12-29
      The artists you’ll see here are fearless and defiant. Some are flame-throwers. Others, exiled from their homes. All of them disrupt authority for a living. They know tears and pain, and still they persist. They’re brave.
      Harbourfront Centre
    • July 20-22
      This epic food festival will be celebrating everything Italian including more different types of pizza you knew were possible.
      Ontario Place
    • September 9
      The music festival taking over Budweiser Stage will feature some of your favourite country acts including Willie Nelson, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Sturgill Simpson, Terra Lightfoot, Particle Kid and more yet to be announced artists.
      Budweiser Stage
    Lead photo by

    Jesse Milns at Superpoint

Lead photo by

Jesse Milns at Superpoint


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