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15 things to do in Toronto this week

Who likes pizza? Events in Toronto this week include the a new pizza festival at Ontario Place while a giant block party takes over King Street. A ton of superstars are set to hit the stage and there's lots of free stuff worth checking out.

  • Events you might want to check out
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • July 16
      Shaking up what conventional pop music can be, Janelle Monae arrives with her unique sound to Toronto for the evening.
    • July 17
      Vans Warped Tour comes to an end after 24 glorious years of raucous partying and music with performances by Sum 41 and Bowling for Soup.
      Budweiser Stage
    • July 18
      Catch an outdoor screening of Cory Finley's black comedy Thoroughbreds and a performance by Chelsey Bennett alongside food and brews.
      Sterling Road
    • July 18
      A game changer in the world of hip-hop, the legendary Lauryn Hill is here to perform her seminal album The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill.
      Budweiser Stage
    • July 18-19
      Toronto becomes home to independent filmmakers from across Canada during this festival showcasing everything from features to experimental films.
      Imagine Cinemas Carlton
    • July 19
      Food and art join forces inside St. Lawrence Market for this huge summer party on the patio with live music, drinks and performances.
      St. Lawrence Market
    • July 20
      Toronto's own electro duo Zeds Dead return home to takes over Echo Beach alongside Andy C, Ganja White Night, Grandtheft and many more.
      RBC Echo Beach
    • July 20-22
      An entire festival to all things gooey, doughy and cheesy gets a inaugural festival over at Ontario Place, complete with traditional Italian food and drinks.
      Ontario Place
    • July 21
      Funnyman Kevin Hart lands in Toronto for the night to bring the laughs and real talk as part of his The Irresponsible Tour.
      Scotiabank Arena
    • July 22
      A full day of barbecue and tunes is returning to King Street with grub, and live performances courtesy of DJ Skratch Bastid.
      525 King St W
    • July 22
      The drink of Canadian summer gets a festival of its own this week spanning the Fifth and featuring lots of wild concoctions and entertainment.
    • July 22
      This new public space under the Gardiner once again becomes a beer garden and includes a special performance by girl-power pop collective For Esmé.
      The Bentway
    • July 22
      Montreal's indie rock supergroup continue their Everything Now tour with a one-night stop in Toronto.
      Budweiser Stage
    Lead photo by

    Jessica Lee

Lead photo by

Jessica Lee


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