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15 things to do in Toronto this week

Events in Toronto this week are set to get you in to the summertime groove with musical heavy hitters, a new burger festival, a night market, free outdoor movies and plenty of art. Plus there's tons of free stuff happening, too!

  • Events you might want to check out
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • July 3
      Electro-funk duo Dave-1 and P-Thugg are here with their eclectic sound that pulls from multiple genres for a pop fusion experience.
    • July 3
      Sketch comedy gets a solo variety show for the ages as comedians use character pieces, physical comedy, puppets and whatever else for their set.
    • July 4
      Movie Nights in the Beach kicks off with an outdoor screening of the classic Bend It Like Beckham, and includes free popcorn.
      Kew Gardens
    • July 4
      As Brampton's own Tory Lanez continues to blow up on the international stage, he makes his way back to where it all started.
    • July 4-15
      Theatres across the city play host to a variety of productions by upcoming and established playwrites on the fringe of the performing arts scene.
      Multiple Venues
    • July 5
      Rapper and singer Logic arrives for a one night stint in Toronto alongside NF and Kyle for the Bobby Tarantino vs. Everybody Tour.
      Budweiser Stage
    • July 5-8
      Canadian and international artists come together for this huge art book fair with performances, talks, workshops, screenings and more.
      Chinatown Centre
    • July 6
      She's still the one we run to, and Canada's own mega pop star Shania Twain is coming home as part of her NOW tour.
      Scotiabank Arena
    • July 6-8
      It's the first ever BurgerMania where burger vendors from all over the city come together for a patty smackdown.
      Ontario Place
    • July 6-8
      Nathan Phillips Square transforms into a huge marketplace with artists selling original works, plus a beer garden courtesy of Henderson Brewing Co.
      Nathan Phillips Square
    • July 6-22
      Establishments from all over the city take part in this culinary experience, offering a diverse range of special items and menus at fixed prices.
      Multiple Venues
    • July 7
      The Aga Khan Museum hosts the first of three free outdoor movie screenings this summer with a PWYC option to explore inside the museum.
      Aga Khan Park
    • July 7
      90s indie rock legend Beck is still going strong and bringing his new, Grammy-winning material to Toronto for the night.
      Budweiser Stage
    • July 7
      Music, activities and food make up this yearly neighbourhood street festival with an environmentally-friendly focus.
      The Junction
    • July 7-8
      Makers from all over come to Toronto to show off the creative goods, products, gadgets and everything else they've been working hard on.
      Toronto Reference Library
    Lead photo by

    Hector Vasquez

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez


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