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5 free things to do in Toronto this week

Free events in Toronto this week are here to let you have fun without breaking the bank. Broken Social Scene are performing a free concert and the Beaches Jazz Festival is back. You can salsa, rumba and tango in the streets and there's a big party under the Gardiner.

  • Free events you don't want to miss
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    • July 1
      The Canada Day celebrations are in full effect as Toronto's own indie rockers Broken Social Scene drop by for a free concert on the waterfront.
      Concert Stage
    • July 3
      Back again is this free outdoor film series that spans the summer, covers two parks, kicks off with a screening of Black Panther, and includes free popcorn.
      Kew Gardens
    • July 6-7
      A celebration of African music is on with over 50 performances over two-days, plus a massive market with food, drinks and artisan goods.
      Woodbine Park
    • July 6-7
      Salsa, rumba, samba and tango your heart out this summer as this huge Latin street festival takes over with a weekend of music, food and dance.
      St. Clair Ave West
    • July 7
      Back again is this big party with a day of installations, music, games, food and drink that also marks the opening of The Bentway's beer garden.
      The Bentway
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    The Bentway

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