Sunday June 25

Pride Parade – SOCIAL

Costumes, Choreography and Colour! Pride Festival weekend’s premier event is the Pride Parade! With 150+ participating groups marching, the Toronto Pride parade has become one of the largest in North America. There will be unforgettable performances, floats, marchers, and all the glitter you can handle! Parade begins at 2PM down at Bloor and Church St! Anderson Cooper / Kathy Griffin, watch out! We have Toronto Pride’s first ever parade emcee. Drag performer Miss Conception will be hosting a play-by-play of the parade on Sunday June 25 as it makes its way down Yonge Street. With a prime seat, Miss Conception will be providing colour commentary and interacting with our guests as the parade marches by. You’ve been promised, expect the unexpected.

Featured Image: Pride Parade Sunday, July 4, 2010. (Adrien Veczan /The Canadian Press)


Catch the last day of the NXNE Port Lands music today, representing only the best in indie rock, hip hop, soul and more. In addition to their musical acts, the Port Lands site is jammed with action including midway rides, carnival games, a comedy tent featuring the best up and coming stand up comics, art installations, plenty of free water, Toronto’s best food trucks and more! For today’s performance we have Passion Pit, The Soul Rebels ft. Talib Kweli, Lizzo, Yukon Blonde, River Tiber, The Franklin Electric, Humans, Saya, Grandson, Lost Cousins, The Kents, Midday Swim and Teen Ravine! Festival doors open at 1PM. Get weekend tickets starting at $125 or single day passes for $80 at


Pride Toronto Street Fair – SOCIAL

Take a stroll through the Village (Church and Wellesley) and connect with some of the incredible organizations participating in this year’s Pride Toronto Street Fair. Enjoy products from local artisans and a diverse selection of delicious food for your enjoyment at the marketplace. Look out for the health and wellness organizations throughout the Streetfair and learn about the exciting, engaging, and lifesaving work they’re doing in our community. Today’s hours go from 12PM-11PM


Trashed and Wasted – SHOPPING

In addition to the food, performances and community celebrations at Pedestrian Sundays in Kensington Market over the summer, Trashed & Wasted adds to the fun with a flea market and craft beer garden on select weekends. Launched by Brock Shepherd, the founder of Kensington Brewing Company, the pop-up event encourages waste reduction through recycling and reusing garbage. At Pedestrian Sundays, Trashed & Wasted focuses on local artisans’ upcycled goods, including refurbished furniture and clothing. A themed beer garden showcases lesser-known breweries: one Sunday features a selection of out-of-town breweries that aren’t represented in Toronto; another, hopefully with the launch of Kensington Brewing Company’s brew house and tap room, hyper-local breweries. In September, as a nod to Oktoberfest, the beer garden has a Germanic feel. Find Trashed & Wasted behind El Gordo Fine Foods starting June 25. Visit their page:


Toronto Argonauts vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats – SPORTS

Head down to BMO Field for 4PM to catch our Toronto Argonauts take on rivals Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the 2017 Home Opener! Tickets are still up for as low as $17 on Ticketmaster:



Prism Festival: Revival – CONCERT

It might be Sunday but that doesn’t mean the party has to stop! Come by Rebel (11 Polson St) to dance the night away at Prism Festival: Revival presented by INK Events. Catch Rosabel, Alain Jackinski, GSP, Sofonda spinning tonight. Doors at 9PM. Tickets on sale at Ticketmaster for $65: