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10 things to do in Toronto this week

Things to do in Toronto this week include attending a slew of exciting live concerts, having a laugh at a comedy show, and chowing down on tasty eats at some street festivals.  

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    • July 19
      You've probably been bumping his latest single for the last couple months, so don't miss your chance to catch Posty live in Toronto at Budweiser Stage. It's not too late to book your spot, with tickets starting at $140.
      Budweiser Stage
    • July 20
      Two of Toronto's longest running themed parties - Get on Up and Renaissance - are teaming up for a night that celebrates all things 90s. Taking place at Woodbine Park, the Thursday night soiree will get your nostalgia going with all the hottest throwback tracks.
      Woodbine Park
    • July 20
      Catch Swedish folk duo First Aid Kit at Budweiser Stage when they stop by Toronto during their 16-date North American tour this summer. Joining the tour on select dates will be special guests Hurray for the Riff Raff and The Weather Station.
    • July 21-23
      Taking place at Colonel Samuel Smith Park, the 2nd annual Lakeshore Ribfest is serving up everything from BBQ smoked ribs, pulled pork, and BBQ chicken to sausage, bloomin' onions, funnel cakes, and everything tasty in between. And since it's dog-friendly, you can bring along your furry friends, too!
      Samuel Smith Park
    • July 21-23
      Black-owned creative space It's OK* Studio will be hosting a free 3-day art and wellness festival at Trillium Park that strives to celebrate black joy. The docket includes film screenings, live music, vintage markets, and meditation sessions.
      Trillium Park
    • July 22
      Entering its sixth year running, OssFest will launch the pedestrian takeover of Ossington Avenue on July 22. With over 25 different patios set to populate the street, attendees will also enjoy all-day music and shopping in celebration of one of Toronto's trendiest streets.
      Ossington Strip
    • July 22
      Scottish comedian Daniel Sloss, known best for his highly profane specials on Netflix, is taking over Massey Hall on July 22 night for a live performance of Can't, his 12th solo show.
    • July 22-23
      Celebrate Toronto's Brazilian community with a busy weekend of music, dancing, and food, as the annual Brazilfest returns to Earlscourt Park for a colourful 18th anniversary celebration.
      1595 St Clair Ave W
    • July 23
      The city's favourite event for feline fanatics is coming to North York's The Warehouse this weekend for an afternoon of kitty love, meet 'n' greets, food, and shopping. The event is also hoping to set a new world record by creating the largest fur ball ever, so don't forget to bring a few tufts from your pet to contribute.
      The Warehouse Venue
    Lead photo by

    Fareen Karim

Lead photo by

Fareen Karim

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