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10 things to do in Toronto today

It's a big-time Sunday Funday in Toronto with events today including a new music festival from Amsterdam and the final day for Taste of the Danforth, JerkFest, Waterfront Night Market and Sweetery. If you're looking to party, Promise is back, and there's a free outdoor movie.

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    About the Event
    • August 11
      New this year is this music festival born out of Amsterdam's electro scene, including performances by local and international DJs.
      Evergreen Brick Works
    • August 11
      Leader of the 90s alt-indie movement Beck has teamed up with one of the leaders of today's indie scene for a night of new and old tunes.
      Budweiser Stage
    • August 11
      The documentary that helped shape the genre as we know it captures the lives of two, once-wealthy women living in a run-down house in the Hamptons.
      Christie Pits
    • August 11
      It's a beach party like no other as LA duo Dance Spirit play some sex laser beats and rhythms that are sure to have your toes wiggling in the sand.
      Cherry Beach
    • August 11
      This moving tribute to Aretha Franklin focuses on the live recording of her gospel album with live accompaniment from the Toronto Mass Choir.
      Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema
    • August 11-25
      Vintage designs, art, antiques and more are all part of this big market with a curated selection of items brought in from all over the province.
      Evergreen Brick Works
  • Ongoing events
    About the Event
    • August 9-11
      There's still another day left to dig into some hot and spicy jerk chicken and a huge variety of other Caribbean-style foods at this big annual festival.
      Centennial Park
    • August 9-11
      It's the last day to get in on the fun at this year's Greektown-wide festival with local vendor serving up all kinds of food, plus a midway, music and lots more.
    • August 9-11
      The final day of this Pan-Asian night market is here, but there's still time to fill up on food from over 150 vendors and shop a large selection of goods.
      Ontario Place
    • August 10-11
      Nothing says "summer" like a sweet treat, and this dessert festival is serving up ice cream, cakes, baked goods and savoury items for one more day.
      David Pecaut Square
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