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The top 6 street festivals in Toronto this spring

Street festivals in Toronto this spring give friends and neighbours reasons to gather after a long and cold winter. Food, music, entertainment and local vendors selling their wares are all part of the package.

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    • May 5-7
      This Bloordale music and arts festival is a weekend-long neighbourhood love-in with concerts, stages, workshops, mixtape parties, bike tune ups and local business deals.
      Bloordale (on Bloor between Dufferin and Lansdowne)
    • May 13
      Parkdale celebrates its local artists, culture, and diversity with a day of shopping, food, music, over 130 vendors, and 25 performers.
      Parkdale Village BIA
    • May 28
      The first Kensington Market Pedestrian Sunday of the season is always a wonderful thing. Cars are given the boot for streets filled with food, performers, dancers, music, vendors and hundreds of happy people.
      Kensington Market
    • June 3
      One of the city's best street festivals, Dundas West Fest brings together a collection of local restaurants, clothing vendors, coffee shops, antiques, bars and a couple small stages. 
      Dundas Street West
    • June 10
      A free festival celebrating live music in Seaton Village. Watch lives shows on and inside porches, parks, alleyways, garages, and street corners of the neighbourhood from 2-10 p.m.
      Seaton Village
    • June 17
      Roncy Rocks Music & Arts Fest West happens all along Roncesvalles with 10 hours of stages set up on every corner featuring everything from polka bands, to indie rock, country and folk.
      Roncesvalles Ave
    Lead photo by

    Hector Vasquez at PS Kensington

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez at PS Kensington


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