Saturday July 1st CANADA DAY EDITION

Downsview Park Canada Day Festival – FESTIVAL

Join us on Canada Day as we celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday, Downsview Park-style! Bring your family and friends to partake in an action-packed day of festivities with rides, food, music, entertainment and of course, a grand fireworks display at dusk to end the day. Downsview Park, Keele/Sheppard 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM Family-friendly activities include include a midway, as well as free facepainting, a kids play area, zipline, and so much more.

http://en.downsviewpark.ca/event/Canada-Day-Festival-2017

 

Electric Island- CONCERT

Electric Island Returns to Hanlan’s Point on Canada Day. General Admission Tickets are still available for as low as $62.14 on Ticketweb.ca! This is a 19+ event located at Portlands (51 Commissioners Street) More info & Tickets at Electricisland.to. If that’s not enough there is also Electric Island After Party @ ONE LOFT (292 College St) from 11:00 PM – 5:00 AM with SECRET GUEST DJ’s. $20 Before 12, Doors at 11pm, 19+.

 http://electricisland.to

 

Splash Saturdays at Cabana Pool Bar – Red Party – NIGHTLIFE

In honour of Canada’s 150th anniversary, Cabana Pool Bar is hosting a Splash Saturdays- Red Party on Canada Day, July 1st, 2017 with music by Jed Harper. Tickets can be purchased at the door, bottle service is available and doors open at 1pm. Cabana Pool Bar (11 Polson) 1:00 PM – 10:00 PM. FREE ENTRY FOR ALL PATRONS BEFORE 3PM WEARING RED. Regular $20 Entrance

http://cabanapoolbar.com/event/splash-saturdays-2017-07-01/

 

Canada’s 150th at Steam Whistle Brewing – FOOD & DRINK

Steam Whistle Brewing will be celebrating Canada’s 150th in true Canadian fashion; with live music, great Canadian comfort foods, an iconic Canadian retail pop up shop and of course, Canada’s Premium Pilsner. Live entertainment line-up curated by Riverfest Elora. Live music kicks off at 12:30pm and wraps at 7:00pm

 

Canada Day Celebration at Queen’s Park – KIDS

July 1 is Canada Day. Ontario celebrates this holiday at Queen’s Park with fun activities for families and people of all ages. Celebrations take place on July 1 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. The official opening ceremony and 21-gun salute is at 12 p.m. Family-friendly activities are available all day and musical performances by Ontario talent will extend until 10 p.m. Queen’s Park (111 Wellesley W) 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM

https://www.ontario.ca/page/canada-day#section-7

 

Redpath Waterfront Festival – FESTIVAL

Canada 150 celebrations at the Redpath Waterfront Festival bring fun activities and interactive shows to Toronto’s waterfront. Visit HTO Park (339 Queens Quay W) and prepare to be amazed by the World’s Largest Rubber Duck, the waterfront spectacle stands six stories tall and is making its first visit to Canada to join. For more information about RWF visit TOwaterfrontfest.com Festival Hours: Today: 11am – 8pm Tomorrow 11am – 8pm Monday: 11am – 5pm

http://towaterfrontfest.com/

 

Virgin Radio’s Canada Day Party at REBEL – NIGHTLIFE

Experience Toronto’s biggest Canada Day party inside REBEL tonight in celebration of Canada 150, sponsored by Jose Cuervo and 1800 Tequila. Main Room: DJ Starting From Scratch & Jed Harper, NOIR: Manzone & Strong. Ladies enjoy complimentary cover until 11:30pm by signing up for guest list at rebeltoronto.com/guestlist 10PM 19+

http://rebeltoronto.com/guestlist/ IG: @RebelToronto www.rebeltoronto.com

 

ROM free admission day Toronto – SOCIAL

In celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday, The ROM is opening their doors today with free admission to our permanent galleries, live performances, and activities throughout the day.

http://www.rom.on.ca/en/about-us/newsroom/press-releases/royal-ontario-museum-celebrates-canada-150-with-free-admission-on-0

 

Wavelength at Canada Days – CONCERT

A FREE Canada150 event with free shows at Humber Bay Park West today starts with a Bike tour from Trinity Bellwoods at 3pm. Program runs from 2-11pm Headliners Magic and Most people start around 6:15pm!

https://www.facebook.com/events/480990948908069

 

Canada Days at Nathan Phillips Square- SOCIAL

Celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday at Canada Days! Experience FREE performances, food, nightly fireworks and more! Stop by Nathan Phillips Square and see bands like Locals Born Ruffians around 2pm or come later for headliners Charlotte Day Wilson kicking off at 8:15pm and Ron Sexsmith and the Toronto Symphony Orchestra at 9:45! Fireworks are scheduled for 10:55pm! For a full schedule of each day at Nathan Phillips Square, visit 1toronto.ca : http://ow.ly/MQkY30ceiNv