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The top 5 free events in Toronto this week

Free events in Toronto this week are all about music, dancing, culture and film. Take a trip through time in the DeLorean, shake your booty to some salsa or listen to some jazzy grooves — all for free.

  • Free events you don't want to miss
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • July 3
      Where we're going, we don't need money. Catch Marty McFly and the Doc by taking a trip back to the 1950s at the last Bellwoods Movie Night of the summer.
      Trinity Bellwoods Dog Bowl
    • July 6-27
      A festival of music, art, food and movies returns to Mel Lastman Square every Friday this July with outdoor movies paired alongside musical acts.
      Mel Lastman Square
    • July 6-29
      A festival of all things jazz music by artists both local and international is set to turn the Beaches in to a paradise for music lovers.
      Multiple Venues
    • July 7-8
      This free festival is dedicated to showcasing African music from Toronto and around the world with storytelling, music, dance and special programming.
      Woodbine Park
    • July 7-8
      Salsa in the streets is the main event of this three-week outdoor party along St. Clair with events, food, music and, of course, dancing.
      St. Clair Ave West
    Lead photo by

    Jesse Milns

Lead photo by

Jesse Milns


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