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Weekend events in Toronto July 20-22 2018

The weekend upon us and events in Toronto have a lot in store. A huge block party is going down on King Street and a new pizza festival over at Ontario Place. Elsewhere, there's enough music, markets, film and food to keep you busy over the next few days.

  • Top Picks
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    • July 20
      Toronto's own electro duo Zeds Dead return home to take over Echo Beach alongside Andy C, Ganja White Night, Grandtheft and many more.
      RBC Echo Beach
    • July 21
      Bloor Street explodes with music, art and life during this huge street festival featuring local vendors and artists, activities and exhibitions on all day.
      Bloor Street West
    • July 22
      Montreal's indie rock anti-supergroup continue their Everything Now tour with a one-night stop in Toronto.
      Budweiser Stage
    • 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
  • Events you might want to check out
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    • 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 21-22
      Toronto's diversity is on full display at this huge cultural festival featuring live performances, a global food villages, shopping an activities.
      David Pecaut Square
    • July 22
      The spirit of Brazil comes alive in Toronto during this huge festival featuring traditional music and dance, live performances and a kids zone.
      Earlscourt Park
  • Food & Drink
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    • July 20-22
      An entire festival dedicated to all things doughy and cheesy takes over Ontario Place, complete with traditional Italian food and drinks.
      Ontario Place
    • 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
  • Music
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    • July 20
      The strange inner workings of Alex Cameron's mind get expressed through pop-electro synth beats reminiscent of the wild, Wild West.
    • July 20
      Indie Friday returns with nothin' but talented up and comers playing their hearts out for free. This week it's Chloe Watkinson, Shred Kelly and more.
      Yonge–Dundas Square
    • July 20
      Brixton musician Gaika arrives in Toronto looking to challenge the creative conventions that define what grime, garage and trip-hop can be.
      House of Luanda 2
    • July 21
      Hello and welcome to a different kind of musical experience brought to you by New York noise project Pharmakon, Anamai and Intensive Care.
    • July 22
      Where were you when the wave of pop-punk scene rock hit the world square in the face? Listening to Panic! At The Disco, that's where.
      Scotiabank Arena
  • Film
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    • July 20
      A young John Travolta in his prime steals the show at this outdoor screening of the 1978 classic Grease in the second last Liberty Village movie night.
      Liberty Village Park
    • July 20
      David Lynch's strange and challenging psychological meditation on identity, marriage and sexual anxiety gets the 35mm screening this weekend at the Royal.
      The Royal Cinema
    • July 20-26
      This documentary shows how Hitler utilized the power of cinema for propaganda and used it to spread Nazi myths and ideologies to millions.
      Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema
    • July 22
      Bring a blanket, enjoy snacks and let this week's edition of Cinematic Cities take you to Las Vegas where a big heist is going down.
      Christie Pits
    • July 21
      Throwing it way back to the 80s, it's a triple screening of original anime videos from the golden age of Japanese animation.
      Eyesore Cinema
  • Parties
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  • Markets and pop-ups
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