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The top 5 free events in Toronto this week

There's usually a catch with free stuff, but events in Toronto this week prove that's not always the case. Check out the final Indie Friday for the season, watch some acrobats doing their thing or pick up a new trinket for the homestead—all without spending a penny.

  • Free events you don't want to miss
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • August 29
      Show up and spread out for a free outdoor screening of 2017's Wonder Woman along with complimentary popcorn to boot.
      Kew Gardens
    • August 31
      We're already at the end of Indie Fridays for the season but there's still one free concert to go with Clairmont The Second and The Dirty B-Sides.
      Yonge–Dundas Square
    • August 31 - September 3
      The art of busking takes over for a weekend of performances of all kinds including fire jugglers, acrobats, aerial artists, clowns, daredevils and more.
      Woodbine Park
    • August 31 - September 3
      Artists from all over Canada come to showcase their paintings, photography, crafts, sculpture and more amongst live music and activities.
      The Distillery Historic District
    • September 1
      Freedom from spending arrives with this monthly market. No money, no swapping, just free treasures waiting to be discovered.
      Campbell Park
    Lead photo by

    Toronto BuskerFest

Lead photo by

Toronto BuskerFest


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