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15 things to do in Toronto this week

Events in Toronto this week have lots going out as Open Roof festival kicks off with movies and music. It's also time to crack open a cold one at the Craft Festival of Beer and catch the fun at Toronto Pride.

  • Events you might want to check out
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • June 18
      Everyone remembers the first they heard a Paramore song and now they're here with fellow indie darlings Foster the People.
      Budweiser Stage
    • June 18
      Sam Smith has come long way since the days of his Disclosure collab, and it's been wonderful to watch his incredible rise to fame.
      Air Canada Centre
    • June 19
      Bikes, dogs, kids, snacks and a sea of blankets is what you can expect at this outdoor screening of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial.
      Trinity Bellwoods Dog Bowl
    • June 20
      alt-J is still hot off their third album, Relaxer, and dropping by to play some of the ol' elctro-rock-indie-snyth-pop-artsy tunes for us.
      RBC Echo Beach
    • June 20
      Open Roof kicks off a season of music and movies in its new location on Sterling Rd with tunes from Delta Will and a screening of Rushmore.
      Sterling Road
    • June 21
      The smell of vintage clothing is in the air as some of the top vintage stores around the city take part in this huge annual vintage crawl.
      Multiple Venues
    • June 21-24
      Veuve Clicquot is launching a pop-up featuring a week of festivities including outdoor games, entertainment, yoga and a picnic.
      Café Clicquot
    • June 22-23
      Sips and suds are happening at Sugar Beach, with samples, pairings, craft beer and live music with a portion of the proceeds donated to charity.
      Sugar Beach
    • June 22-24
      The last weekend of Pride Month marks this huge street festival with music, entertainment, food — all within the newly expanded festival footprint.
      Church-Wellesley Village
    • June 22-24
      This celebration of modern and traditional Asian food and culture takes over Kennedy Road with tons of vendors, performances and activities.
      Kennedy Road
    • June 22-24
      Independant craft brewers come together for a festival of suds, food, live music and activities over at Ontario Place.
      Ontario Place
    • June 23-24
      Electro, EDM and trance artists arrive for this huge, two-day music festival featuring Armin Van Buuren, Kaskade and Galantis.
      RBC Echo Beach
    • June 23-24
      The spirit of the roaring 20s are alive on the grounds of the Spadina Museum during this garden party featuring drinks, music, food, games and vendors.
      Spadina Museum: Historic House & Gardens
    • June 24
      Now in its 20th year of celebrating Black excellence, this huge block party includes music, a marketplace, art, fashion and food.
      Bud Light Wellesley Stage
    • June 24
      Capping off Pride Month in the city is the annual Pride Parade with glittering costumes, performances and music travelling down Yonge Street.
      Yonge Street
Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez


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