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10 things to do in Toronto today

Happy Pride, Toronto! Events today include the big parade rolling down Yonge Street that includes a performance by Carly Rae Jepsen. If you're looking for more info, we have a handy guide for you. Elsewhere, Promise is on and several festivals like Luminato are wrapping up for the year.

  • Events you might want to check out
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    • June 23
      Over 200 groups and many colourful floats are set to march through Toronto as Pride month caps off with its huge annual parade.
      Yonge Street
    • June 23
      Cherry Beach is ready to keep the party going with another stellar lineup of local and international DJs spinning the beachside beats.
      Cherry Beach
    • June 23
      YouTube star Alex Aiono has been making a name for himself on the music scene with his beautiful, acoustic-backed songs.
    • June 23
      Part of the Green Space Festival, this huge Pride party caps off the weekend with an afternoon of beats by Danny Tenaglia DJ, Black Madonna and DJ Addy.
      Bandshell Park
    • June 23
      Part of The Royal's Eastern Promises series, this film looks at Akira Kurosawa’s epic retelling of King Lear interwoven with Japan’s legend of Morikawa.
      The Royal Cinema
  • Ongoing events
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Hector Vasquez


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