Thursday July 20

Elvis Costello & the Imposters – CONCERT

Tonight at the Sony Centre (1 Front St) catch legend Elvis Costello & The Imposters starting at 8PM! Tickets are still available starting at $68.39 on Ticketmaster:

St. Lawrence Market Summer Series – SHOPPING

The St Lawrence Market Summer Series back for another season today from 6-10PM. This market gives guests the opportunity to experience the St. Lawrence Market patio (95 Front E) transformed into a downtown oasis of food, drink, music, performance and celebration! Join our local Market merchants on the patio, explore inspired offerings from the city’s most talented creators, and experience a true Toronto landmark as you’ve never seen it before! Can’t attend tonight? It’s okay, they’ll be back in action once more before the summer’s end on August 24. Tickets are available on eventbrite for $30 – General Admission includes two food tickets for this exciting night. Drink tickets and additional food tickets can be purchased onsite at the event. Please ensure you are purchasing tickets for the date you would like to attend:

Toronto Burlesque Festival – FESTIVAL

The Toronto Burlesque Festival is thrilled to welcome you with a sizzling night of classic-style striptease and song tonight with their Red Carpet Reveal at Revival (783 College St). Dress to the nines and be seen with the glitterati of local and international burlesque superstars! Expect fierce, imaginative acts that seduce you with stunning visuals. Starring headliner Harden Reddy (Munich), feature performer Belle Jumelles (Toronto), singing sensation Bella Canto (Toronto/Chicago) and many more. Plus their host, Montreal’s Beneatha Mann. This opening bash is not to be missed! Show starts at 7PM. Tickets for tonight are posted on Evenbrite for $20. Can’t get enough of the Burlesque Fest? Why not purchase a weekend pass starting at $100 that gets you access to shows all the way to Sunday:

Summer Vintage Crawl Toronto – SHOPPING

Vintage Crawl Toronto is happening tonight from 5-11PM. The best vintage stores in the city will stay open late so you can hop from shop to shop and check out fabulous fashion finds, with some stores offering up live DJs, treats and deals in a party-like atmosphere. There is no fee to shop the crawl, and no set route. Visit for a full list and map of participating stores

Born of Osiris – CONCERT

Shout out to all the hardcore kids – Born of Osiris will be performing tonight down at the Opera House (735 Queen E) alongside Volumes, BETRAYING THE MARTYRS, Widowmaker, and the LOYALIST. Doors for this event open at 6PM. Tickets are available on Ticketfly for $24:


Rebecca Chaperon: Garden – ARTS & CULTURE

Vancouver-based artist Rebecca Chaperon will have her first solo exhibition in Toronto at Gallery 555 and tonight is the opening reception! Come down between 7-9PM to bear witness to her weaving of obscure narratives of science-fiction through art.


This week Space GOAt heads back to deep space techno territory at ROUND Venue (152 Augusta Ave) with a talented lineup of original music and groovy sounds. Check out some of the scene’s brightest producers and up-and-coming DJs for a night of deep/progressive techno and good vibes. 19+ – Event runs 10PM-3AM. Cover at the door is $5 or $10 after 12AM.

Wednesday July 19

Chicago & The Doobie Brothers – CONCERT

Chicago and the Doobie Brothers will be taking over the Budweiser Stage (909 Lakeshore W) tonight starting at 7:15PM! Tickets for this show are available at Ticketmaster starting at $25:

Under The Stars: Moana – SOCIAL

Under the Stars at Regent Park continues tonight with this wonderful animated movie! Bring the family to watch Moana in the park. All you need to bring is your blanket! Movie starts at 9PM. Come early for Taste of Regent Park! Starting at 5PM you can grab food from the market, enjoy a community meal, watch food demos and a whole lot more!

Xavier Rudd – CONCERT

Australian singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Xavier Rudd is performing live at the Danforth Music Hall tonight for his Change Coming Tour. This is a 19+ Event – Doors at 7PM. Tickets available on Ticketmaster for $36.50. Get yours now:

CBC Kids Days – FAMILY

Drop by for free family fun at the Canadian Broadcasting Centre ( 250 Front St) for CBC Kids Day! Kids take over CBC for two days of live performances, games, activities, crafts and much more. Meet your favourite CBC Kids stars including the hosts of Studio K, Gary the Unicorn, Mr. Orlando, Cottonball the Cat, Dot, Napkin Man, Bookaboo, Scout, Chirp, and Ceebee! Event  is FREE to attend and runs from 10AM-3PM both days. For more info on schedules check out:

Science Slam – SOCIAL

Come out and join SciCommTO at Fox and Fiddle (280 Bloor W) for an evening of laughs and science! Hear science enthusiasts to talk about their passion for science in a unique way. A song, stand-up, comedy skit, spoken word; The possibilities are endless! This is a FREE event! Starts at 6:30PM. Check out the lineup and register online at Eventbrite to be apart of the fun:


Music in the Park

Join The Village every Wednesday through Sunday for ‘Music in the Park’ all summer long where you can enjoy the sweet sounds of local talent amongst the intimate setting of Barbara Hall Park. The best in entertainment take over the Oval Stage from 12PM-2PM today, so you can leave the office and listen over lunch! The event is completely FREE, so grab a friend, grab a snack and grab a seat to The Village’s summer-long music festival!

Tuesday July 18


MUSE is making a stop in Toronto with special guests Thirty Seconds to Mars down at the Budweiser Stage (909 Lakeshore W) tonight. This is a rock show you won’t want to miss! Doors for the event open at 6PM – Show’s at 7PM. This is a rain or shine event. Tickets available at Ticketmaster starting at $39.25:

Indie88’s Band and a Movie – SOCIAL

It’s the fourth edition of Indie88’s Band and a Movie! They’re inviting you and all their favorite bands to The Royal Cinema (608 College St) for intimate nights of live music and film. Tonight Indie88 will be hosting Hannah Georgas who will perform a short acoustic set followed by a screening of her favorite film, Labyrinth. Bring a pal, chow down on some popcorn, sip some Mill Street Brewery bevs and join them for this special one-time only event. This is a 19+ event and it’s FREE to attend (subject to capacity). Tickets handed out at 5:30PM – Must be present to receive ticket. Doors at 7:30PM. Event to begin promptly at 8:00PM.

Queen + Adam Lambert – CONCERT

Queen and Adam Lambert are back at it with another world tour this year and they’re coming to you tonight at the Air Canada Centre (40 Bay St). Tickets for this show are limited, but we found a couple places you can still score some: 108 USD on stubhub:|158 CAN on Ticketmaster:

Get Out with Park Eddy – Open Roof Festival

Open Roof Festival returns for another night filled with food, musical performances and movies under the stars at 99 Sudbury! Tonights film is GET OUT – movie too good not to include from the creator Jordan Peele (of Key & Peele). This movie was a surprise hit in theatres last spring, and with good reason. Make sure to get your tickets in advance as these are busy, boozy and perfectly laid back nights of fun. Doors open at 7PM, Park Eddy performs at 8PM, and GET OUT will begin when the sun goes down (roughly around 9PM). Tickets are only $15 at

AperoChic Bastille Day

Oh la la c’est Bastille Day! Come join AperoChic for an after work socialising event with a French Touch. They’re looking to celebrate France’s National Day down poolside at Canaba Pool Bar. Originally the party was planned for July 12th but they got rained out. Luckily you have the chance to experience it tonight starting at 6PM! To celebrate this event in style AperoChic asks their guests to dress in bleu, blanc and/or rouge (no swimsuits). Cash Bar with a DJ spinning hits all night. Guestlist enforced. Get your tickets for $11 on Eventbrite:


Game of Thrones Pub Quiz

After the new season premiere this past Sunday, The Beaver (1192 Queen W) offers you a chance to clash against your fellow fantasy fans at Game of Thrones Pub Quiz starting at 7PM! Come early as space fills up. Weather permitting we’ll put a speaker on the patio for extra seating. Teams of 5 or less permitted – $5/person. Prizes for every category and overall winners! Cosplay encouraged

Monday July 17


The British alternative rock band, Ride will reunite on stage at The Danforth Music Hall tonight with support by Froth. This is an all ages show – Doors at 7PM. Tickets available on Ticketmaster starting at $55:

How to Not Give a Sh*t – SELF IMPROVEMENT

The Drake Hotel (1150 Queen W) would like to present an important workshop for all those stressed out people out there. We know sh*t happens but with Mind Matters, How to Not Give a Sh*t workshop, they’ll equip you with stress reduction techniques to help combat day to day bullsh*t. They’ve taken a look at the science behind stress, what might be the cause, and strategies to help you manage it. This is a 19+ event – Doors at 5:45PM. Tickets available on Tickefly for $40:

Thurston Moore Group (Sonic Youth) – CONCERT

Thurston Moore Group or better known as the lead front man for Sonic Youth will be performing tonight at The Great Hall (1087 Queen W) alongside Casper Skulls. This is a 19+ event – Doors open at 8PM. Grab your tickets now for a night of rock and roll! They’re available on Ticketfly starting at $23.50:

Party Hard Hard Party – COMEDY

Tonight, the Bad Dog Comedy Theatre (875 Bloor W) presents Party Hard Hard Party, an improv parade of some of Toronto’s best improvisers, crafting seven minute scenes of improv magic! If you love truth and beauty in your hardcore comedy, then you’ll want to see improvisation with no tricks, no distractions, and no escape. Featuring Canadian Comedy Award winners Adam Cawley/Rob Norman (RN & Cawls) & Ken Hall (2-MAN NO-SHOW). Isaac Kessler is also set to perform! Doors are at 7PM – SHow starts at 9:30PM. Tickets $10 online or at the door. Get yours now at

Game Designers Night – SOCIAL

Swing by Snakes and Lattes (489 College St) between 6PM-11PM for Game Designers Night: Canadian Sesquicentennial edition! This monthly event is a chance for both designers and fans to try out board game prototypes that are still in the development phase. Testers get a chance to lend their insight and suggestions to a game that might be the next big thing. This event is open to everyone; coming just to test games is greatly encouraged! Designers who bring a prototype are exempt from paying a cover


Milkmaid Mondays – NIGHTLIFE

Come by the Buddha (961 College St) for Milkmaid Mondays; a place to get freaky and sing your heart out with karaoke. There are tons of songs to request with no reason to hold back. Kenton & Mitchell will be your maids for the evening so feel free to channel your inner demons and crack one open with the cold boys. Drink specials include $5 PBD before midnight, $4 mixed drinks and $4.25 tequila all night long. Come before 10PM to sign up – singing starts at 10:30PM

Sunday July 16

Honda Indy 2017 – FESTIVAL

The day we’ve been waiting for, the big race for Honda Indy is set for Sunday at 3:40PM! Come out and watch the qualifying races starting at 8AM. Today will feature a jam-packed schedule of on-track action, contests, and all kinds of entertainment in full gear from gate open to close across the event site, providing something for everyone, race fan or not! Some highlights for this weekend include all sorts of Honda vehicles, face painting, a beer garden, live entertainment, food & drink samples + more! Event is on until 6PM today!

Mix Master Mike – CONCERT

Beastie Boys own Mix Master Mike will be taking over The Velvet Underground (508 Queen W) tonight in what will be one hell of a performance! Catch him spinning starting at 11PM. This is a 19+ event. Tickets on sale at Ticketweb for only $23.50:

FRINGE: Toronto’s Got Talent – SOCIAL

Today at 2PM down at The Fringe Festival’s Outdoor Stage is Toronto’s Got Talent finals! Watch as performers do their acts live on stage for a chance to win some amazing prizes! Stick around till 8PM and meet the top five finalists and watch as they crown someone the top talent.

Ontario Oyster Festival – FOOD & DRINK

Rodney’s Oyster House presents Ontario Oyster Festival 2017 down at 469 King W with this year’s theme being “Take your Effing Seat!” Indulge in some oysters and other gourmet food and watch the Oyster Shucking Championships, all for the Ecology Action Centre charity! There will be some live entertainment by DJ Soulcial as you chow down on some seafood delights! Event runs 2PM-10PM – doors are at 1PM. Tickets on sale at Ticketfly starting at $35 which includes two drinks and a food ticket (minus lobster items):

Scadding Court Market – SHOPPING

Scadding Court will be hosting a local food and arts market featuring a group of talented up-and-coming crafters, chefs, and bakers! Come sample diverse street food, explore local handcrafted goods, and pick up fresh produce. The Scadding Court Market is on from 11AM-7PM!


Lost & Found Showcase – SOCIAL

Today marks the Lost & Found Showcase featuring Guy J, Eelke Kleijn, Guy Mantzur, Chicola, Khen, Sahar Z with Alberto Jossue on support! This is going to be a fun day in the sun with nothing but good vibes out on the Sunnyside Pavilion Deck (1755 Lakeshore W). This is a 19+ event. Doors open at 4PM and the event goes till 11PM. Tickets on sale for $50 at

Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition – ARTS & CULTURE

The Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition is on for one more day at Nathan Phillips Square! This is Canada’s largest, longest running juried contemporary outdoor art fair and boasts over 340 contemporary visual artists. The event is complete with food, beer, and performances! Today’s event goes from 10AM-5PM. This event is open to the public and FREE of charge!

Saturday July 15

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers – CONCERT

American rock band Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers will be rocking the Air Canada Centre stage (40 Bay St) tonight at 8PM – doors at 7PM! Tickets for the show are going fast so be sure to get yours now on Stubhub for only $40 USD: 

Bloor West Street Fest – FAMILY

On from 10AM – 10PM is the Bloor West Street Fest where there will be carnival rides, a rock climbing wall, bumper boats, superdogs show, face painting, live entertainment, interactive children’s entertainment and more! While you’re there be sure to check out their artisan market and BIA vendors. For more info visit

Festival of India Parade – FESTIVAL

The 45th annual Festival of India returns to Toronto today! This year presents a colorful tapestry of artistic performances in Indian music and dance styles. Today they’re kicking it off with a parade featuring 40-foot tall floats, singing, drumming and dancing that will make its way down Yonge Street, beginning at Yonge & Bloor. Close to 40,000 people participate every year in this two-day feast for the mind, body and soul. Festivities include music, dance and drama performances, a South Asian Bazaar, exhibits, face painting, and kids’ area. Accompanying the festival is the Yoga Meltdown! This free outdoor yoga celebration includes classes, vegetarian cooking demos, mantra meditation circles and performances! Join the parade from 11-2PM and the drop by the festival at Sherbourne Common from 12PM-9PM today! This is a FREE event!

All Day I Dream’s – SOCIAL

Today we’ll see the return of a very special afternoon of music in Fort York, Toronto. All Day I Dream’s magical vibes enchanted everyone who attended last year’s party and this year promises to continue inspiring the smiles and hearts of all that dream. An afternoon of blissed out melodies that make you close your eyes float above those sexy electronic grooves that sway and wiggle your hips. Come out anytime between 2PM-10PM and enjoy the music and sunshine! Tickets on sale till 1PM today for $45 at


Today at 1PM, Pink City will be celebrating its 3 year anniversary and what better way for them to do so than by throwing another awesome pop-up market + party! Join them at  Raiders Esports Centre (49 St.Clair Ave W) as they’ll be bringing some of the finest local brands/artists to bring you a night you’ll never forget! You’ll have a chance to meet the lovely people behind all of these awesome brands, including Pink City, Ocean in Space,The Sean Ward Show, Sugarbones and more!

Enjoy the various games, food, and drinks available as well! Music will be curated by BOY RICH so you know it’s gonna be dope vibes all day! Pink City will also be offering convention pricing (discounted + no tax) for all of their products! Once the market wraps up at 7PM, stick around the bar for their epic 3 year anniversary celebration! Featuring performances from Sean Ward, Ellevan, and more at 8PM – you don’t want to miss this! Entry to the market is FREE! The afterparty is $10 cover. This is a 19+ event!


Fresh Prince 90’s Party – NIGHTLIFE

Now, this is a story all about how… Sneaky Dee’s (431 College St) is throwing the most dope Fresh Prince 90’s party tonight! Starting at 10PM they’ll be throwin’ it back to the 90’s and joinin’ Will, Carlton, Hilary, Ashley, Uncle Phil, Aunt Viv, and of course Geoffrey and Jazz! Bring your best 90s apparel and moves! This is a 19+ event. Skip the line and get advance tickets for $5 at Ticketfly:

Unity Festival Concert 2017 – CONCERT

Today at 3PM down at David Pecaut Square is Unity Festivals 10 year anniversary celebrations! Check out their all star line up that will be taking over the square including Large Professor, K-Cut, Mikey D, Neek the Exotic, Joe Fatal plus many more! This is a FREE event!

Friday July 14

Budweiser County Fair – FESTIVAL

This weekend, Budweiser County Fair will bring the spirit of country to the heart of the city with downtown Toronto’s outdoor boot-stomping two-day festival at the fairgrounds (525 King W)! There will be carnival games, BBQ eats from from 6 of Toronto’s hottest chefs, the County Fair Mechanical Bull Championships, carnival food classics, drink samplings, tomorrow’s stars of country music, line dancing lessons and coyote ugly dancers! First 500 attendees receive a cowboy hat! Today’s doors are at 5PM. This is a 19+, rain or shine event. Tickets on sale at Ticketfly – Single Day Passes: $34.50 Weekend Passes: $89.50. Get yours now:

Honda Indy 2017 – FESTIVAL

Today for Honda Indy, Ontario Honda Dealers present FAN FRIDAY in support of Make-A-Wish® Canada! They’ll be covering the cost of admission for everyone to check out the spectacle and excitement of the Honda Indy Toronto, in exchange for a donation to Make-A-Wish® Canada. Honda Fan Friday will feature a jam-packed schedule of on-track action, contests, and all kinds of entertainment in full gear from gate open to close across the event site, providing something for everyone, race fan or not! Some highlights for this weekend include all sorts of Honda vehicles, face painting, a beer garden, live entertainment, food & drink samples + more! Event is on until 6PM today!

Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition – ARTS & CULTURE

This weekend at Nathan Phillips Square is the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition!  This is Canada’s largest, longest running juried contemporary outdoor art fair and boasts over 320 contemporary visual artists. Artists will be available at their booth spaces for you to see, experience, and purchase their original artworks during the following hours. The event will also host a Cascading Beer Garden by Henderson Brewing Co. which will be open throughout the day for food, beer and refreshments! Today’s event goes from 10AM-7PM. Check out a special performance by  Batucada Carioca at 5PM and the 2017 Exhibition Awards Ceremony at 5:30PM. This event is open to the public and FREE of charge!

Astronomy on Tap T.O. – SOCIAL

Quench your thirst for astronomy tonight The Great Hall (1087 Queen W)! Drop by for another fun evening of pints, astronomy news, mind-expanding talks, games, prizes, and Dunlap merchandise for sale! Following all the talks, there will be plenty of time for you to have all your cosmic questions answered by astronomers from the University of Toronto. This is a FREE 19+ event. Doors open at 7PM. See you there!

Indie Fridays – CONCERT   

Yonge-Dundas Square is hosting a free concert series every Friday night at 8PM in the heart of the city, from July 7 – September 8. Chevrolet Indie Fridays at YDS are a sure-fire way to add some flavour to Friday night with a musically diverse lineup that’s sure to tickle any music-lover’s fancy! Tonight, Ria Mae will represent the other side of the country when the Halifax native brings her personal blend of pop melodies with alternative and folk music to Toronto. Before Ria Mae takes the stage, The Pick Brothers Band will fill the Square with a blend of compelling writing, dynamic arrangements, and a gritty rock and roll spirit.This is a FREE event!


Live on the Patio: Paper Bag Records Night

Come down to Roy Thomson Hall (60 Simcoe St) for their Live on the Patio series! Tonights feature is Paper Bag Records Night featuring Montreal’s own, The Dears with a special one time only set with string quartet along with special guest and Toronto native Lou Canon. Join them and our friends at Indie88Toronto for music, prizes, full cash bar, a Paper Bag Records pop-up shop. Doors open at 5PM. This is a FREE event!

Teenage Head – CONCERT

Teenage Head takes over the The Horseshoe Tavern alongside Dany Laj & The Looks plus  Slamboni. This is a 19+ event. Doors at 8PM. Tickets available on Tickefly starting at $17.50:

Wednesday July 12


Boys and girls it’s time to get out your bodysuits and high heels. Arrive at 8PM to the Fringe Outdoor Stage for a Beyoncé tribute class and learn how to dance like Queen B with the choreography experts from Beyography. Afterwards be entertained by the Sasha Fiercest drag queen of them all, the one and only Beardoncé.

Free Flicks: Waynes World – ARTS & CULTURE

Down at the Harbourfront Centre Concert Stage (235 Queens Quay W) tonight is another Free Flicks event. Tonight they will be featuring a comedy classic, Waynes World! Movie starts at 9PM! Fun fact: Mike Myers first played Wayne Campbell on stage at Toronto’s Second City, and developed him further on CBC’s It’s Only Rock ‘N Roll. And he snuck plenty of hometown references into the movie, which may be set in Illinois but is totally Toronto at heart. “Stan Mikita’s Donuts”? Shyeah, right.


Off the heels of her most recently released album, sans, Palestinian-born, Toronto-based multidisciplinary artist, Merna and her band will be performing live in concert at The Drake Underground! Her melodic elements of pop, soul, and classical, evolution never sounded so sweet. This is a 19+ event. Starts at 8PM. Tickets on sale at Eventbrite for $15:

Taste in the Park + Under The Stars – SOCIAL

Enjoying an evening at Regent Park with Taste of Regent Park followed by a free film screening at Under the Stars! There will be food market, food demonstrations and a Community Meal prepared by local caterers for a donation of $3 a plate. Afterward enjoy an outdoor movie with Under the Stars. Tonights flick is the childhood classic, Space Jam (1996) where in a desperate attempt to earn their freedom, the Looney Tunes seek the aid of retired basketball champion, Michael Jordan, for an epic basketball game against Mr. Swackhammer and his minions, the Nerdlucks! The market begins at 5PM, meal at 6PM. and movies at dusk. This is a FREE event!

Drake Trivia – SOCIAL

Come by the Drake Hotel at 8PM tonight for some Drake Trivia! Teams of 4 or less put their random knowledge to the test as hosts Megan Griffith-Greene and Jeromy Lloyd fire off questions ranging from sporting records and celebrity scandals to geographic discoveries and culinary lingo. It’s only $2 to participate and the winning table gets an $80 Drake Gift Card, not to mention bragging rights! So grab a brew, enjoy a whole lot of laughs and get ready to play. Show up early to ensure a spot for your team!


Korean Film Fest: Weekends – ARTS & CULTURE

It’s the 6th annual Toronto Korean Film Festival 2017 from July 12-16! This year’s venue for all films is Innis Town Hall (U of T 2 Sussex Ave). Tonight is the Opening Night Feature is Lee Dong-Ha’s Documentary, Weekends; Every weekend, a group of gay men gather around the heart of Seoul, to sing. They are more like a bunch of amateurs than a harmonized choir, but they are voicing up for themselves and others suffering. Doors at 6:30PM. Tickets for tonight’s show are $12 on Eventbrite:

Tuesday July 11

Carnival 2017 Official Launch – FESTIVAL

Come by David Pecaut Square (215 King W) at 12PM to witness the Official Launch ceremony for Carnival 2017! This kickoff event gives the city of Toronto a taste of what’s to come in the upcoming weeks ahead. See Carnival Band Leaders showcase their elaborate costumes that will be presented in the Parade. As well, you’ll have the chance to taste some of the Caribbean’s traditional and favourite foods that will be available at many of the Festival events! Get down to some live soca and calypso music with this is a free event!

 Trinity Bellwoods Movie Night – SOCIAL

Join the Trinity Bellwoods BIA for the second year of FREE outdoor movie nights in the dog bowl at Trinity Bellwoods Park! Tonight they’ll be playing a childhood classic, Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory (1971). The screening will begin at dusk (8:45PMish)! This year’s theme is a celebration of food and diversity, reflecting the innovative and multicultural restaurants and bars in the Trinity Bellwoods B.I.A. Grab the kids, grab a blanket, and grab a bite at one of our local bars and restaurants. Bike Valet on-site from 7–11:15PMPM

Boston with Joan Jet – CONCERT

Come by the Budweiser Stage to listen to Music legends Boston, with the iconic Joan Jett & the Blackhearts for their Hyper Space Tour! Show starts at 7:30PM. Get your tickets online at Ticketmaster starting at $29

City Cinema: Whip It – SOCIAL

A great way for Torontonians to celebrate Canada’s sesquicentennial is in the heart of the city at Yonge-Dundas Square while catching a fun flick with City Cinema presented by NOW! Tonight’s featured screening involves blood, bruises, and roller skates in the 2009 Hollywood Favourite, Whip It starring Ellen Page, Drew Barrymore, Juliette Lewis, and Kristen Wiig. This is a free event and begins at sundown (9PM).

Fringe Sunset Yoga – HEALTH & WELLNESS

Join YogaTree for Flow in the 6ix, an open level class set to an energetic, urban, and curated playlist of Toronto artists. The first 15 yogis will receive a free yoga mat from Gaiam! Bring your own mat, some water, and your beautiful self to the Fringe Outdoor Stage tonight at 8:30PM! This is a free event!


Fringe After Dark: Treat Yo’ Self – FOOD & DRINK

Come out and indulge with this Fringe After Dark event: Treat Yo’ Self! Greenhouse Juice will be handing out free samples and KIND bars will be sampling their healthy grains bars. Treat yo’ self to a free massage from Soothe registered massage therapists.

Oliver the Crow with Adam Shier – CONCERT

Tonight catch Oliver the Crow with Adam Shier at the Burrdock. This performance is set to inspire with the beautiful dynamics between the artists and their instruments. Doors at 8:30PM. Get your tickets online for $8 or at the door for $10:

Sunday July 9

Day at the Distillery – SOCIAL

There’s always something to do down at the Distillery District in toronto! Stop by today at 1 Trinity St for the Sunday Market; Toronto’s best-curated weekly market with delicious empanadas, maple syrup, preserves, honey, sausages, cheeses, and more delicious artisanal treats to delight the senses! Goes from 12PM-5PM. Stay a while and catch a performance by Maneli Jamal and Lisa Patterson for their Music City Summer series, featuring the best in emerging Canadian talent. Maneli Jamal will perform at 2PM and Lisa Patterson will be on at 4PM.


Etsy Summer Makers Marketplace – SHOPPING

Summer is coming! What a better time then to get local and support local. What better time than to support #handmadetoronto! Join the Etsy Team Toronto for their Summer Makers Marketplace from 10AM-5PM at the historic Great Hall (1087 Queen W) where they’ve rounded up 50 of Toronto’s best Etsy Sellers. Find all your favorites and meet some new ones at the Markers Marketplace. Admission is FREE and FREE Swag Bags for the first 50 visitors. Find the latest fashion, art, handmade and home decor goods being made by sellers right in your city.


Sean and Nick’s Crawfish Boil – FOOD & DRINK

Smoke Signals presents Sean and Nick’s Crawfish Boil! On today from 12PM- 8PM at their parking lot patio across from the restaurant (1242 Dundas W). Sean and Nick are doing up crawfish, grilled head-on prawns, Nashville hot catfish sandwiches and squid noodle salads! And of course Ace Hill beer! Come down and get dirty at this crawfish boil

This summer we’re hosting a series of full moon meditation gatherings by a bonfire to unite all those high frequency people.


Full Moon Celebration – SOCIAL

Down at Cherry Beach (1 Cherry St) tonight is another Full Moon Celebration! This summer Cherry Beach is hosting a series of full moon gatherings to unite all those high frequency babes starting at 9PM!  Build a bonfire, have a guided meditation and draw from the powers of the full moon. This invite is open to everyone, it’s about creating a collective community and connecting with grounded souls, vibing on the same frequency. What to bring: Something to sit on, mosquito repellent, pen & paper and your beautiful soul. Everyone is welcome, also if you’re new or never joined a meditation circle, don’t be shy! Non Alcoholic Event – Leave No Trace Event. Donations are accepted to help cover the cost of the event – donate at eventbrite

The tickets donations are suggested to help cover the costs of hosting the event. You can do so over their Evenbrite page


Last Resort Brunch – FOOD & DRINK

Parkdale’s own paradise The Shameful Tiki Room (1378 Queen W) invites you to a unique “all inclusive getaway” experience with their debut day social, Last Resort Brunch. Last Resort features a brunch buffet, drink specials not found on their regular menu and a sumptuous showgirl spectacle. Get into the spirit by donning your favourite vacay wear; robes, caftans, Hawaiian shirts and other kitschy comforts are welcome encouraged. Doors open 1PM for buffet – Peels and reveals with our gorgeous burlesque performers beginning 1:45PM. Event goes on until 7PM! Limited tickets for today’s brunch are on Eventbrite for $15 (cocktail and entertainment only).





Come down to the Fringe Club (707 Dundas W) from 8PM-11PM for a free, theatrical life drawing workshop led by the good folks at TSA. Draw from models in wacky costumes in an artist-made set design. Way more fun than sketching a fruit bowl.