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Toronto Festivals

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What is going on in Toronto, Ontario? Check out this list of festivals: film, music, food, theatre, art and family-friendly festivals. If it is happening in Toronto, it is listed here.

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Jul 25
Cultura Festival - Every Friday Night in July!

Now in its fifth season, Cultura is a free weekly Friday night festival in July that celebrates music, art, food and film. A festival that seeks to reflect the rich diversity of Toronto in a communal celebration, Cultura features unique performers and artists, international street food, creative and interactive art installations, and evening film screenings under the stars in Mel Lastman Square; North York's expansive outdoor amphitheatre. See you on the Square - every Friday Night in July!

Cultura's 5th Anniversary
Time: 6:00-11:00pm
Location: Mel Lastman Square
Address: 5100 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON M2N 5V7
Main Intersection: Yonge and Sheppard
Subway station: North York Centre (Yonge Line)
Cost: Free (food for sale)
All ages, family friendly
Website: www.culturafestival.ca
Email: info@culturafestival.ca and volunteer@culturafestival.ca
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Jul 24, Jul 31, Aug 07, Aug 14, Aug 21, Aug 28
Held Thursday evenings over the summer months, this innovative event combines film and music for an evening of open-air entertainment that promotes local talent and supports the Toronto indie film community. In the event of rain, film screenings will be moved indoors.



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Jul 23 to Jul 27
The rhythm of world beat, reggae, calypso and big band jazz music fill the air every year in July at the Beaches International Jazz Festival. New to the scene as well as old favourites perform on the crowded yet energetic streets of the Beaches area and KEW Gardens main stage. Admission is free to most events.



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Jul 23 to Aug 12
The Toronto Summer Music Festival features Canadian and international artists in a series of chamber music concerts as well as master classes, lectures, exhibitions and workshops.



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Jul 25 to Jul 27
Discover the diversity of voices and strings that span centuries, continents and all cultures. May they strike a chord with you!



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Jul 25 to Jul 27
Beer is the acclaimed beverage at this gathering, which features over 200 products. Lagers, stouts, wheat beers and pale ales can all be sampled. Live entertainment can be heard on all of the three days, and tempting food is available. So come out and toast the brewers of Canada.



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Jul 31 to Aug 03
This festival is over 35 years old and is the largest Caribbean festival in North America. The festival runs for weeks in summer and features a parade, outdoor concerts, king and queen of the bands competition and much more.



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Jul 31
Best of Short FIlms, plus screenplay readings of the winning 1st scene scripts!

7pm at the NFB Cinemas


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Aug 01 to Aug 04
The Irie Music Festival is a celebration of music, dance, art and culture. Created as a unifying symbol of Toronto's diversity, the Irie Music Festival is an opportunity to promote a greater understanding between the diverse cultures and traditions of our world class city. The Irie Music Festival is a free event.
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Aug 01 to Aug 04
The cultural legacy of the Caribbean comes to Toronto's waterfront for four days of music, dance, food, film and more.



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Aug 02 to Aug 04
Avast me hearties, the Annual Pirate Festival at Country Heritage Park be dropping anchor. Grab parrots, hooks, and eye patches and get ready to walk the plank ye scurvy dogs. For three days Cap’n William Dampier and his band of playful scallywags be taking over Fort York for high sea adventure, cuisine and fun.

Thar she blows! Landlubbers, sea cap’ns and all who share the heart of a pirate be welcome. The village stages will be filled from morning 'til evening with family friendly shows. There be buxom beauties and wenches on hand, music and comedy, feats of skill and bravery, sword fighting, and buried treasure to hunt.



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Aug 07 to Aug 17
This theatre festival offers a delightful mix of live productions and special events. Held in August, the productions are from various local companies.



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Aug 08 to Aug 10
Explore South America’s biggest country over a mammoth three-day festival featuring a kaleidoscope of arts, cultural and culinary events.



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Aug 09
North York Festival 2014

August / 9 / 2014

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Mel Lastman Square, Toronto.

10 hours of a Family Festival with amazing activities for all (children to seniors).

Special Community Tents of Chinese, Korean, Persian, Russian, ...,

Free Kid Playground

Food / Beverage / Juice / Ice cream

Free Live Music,

Free Performances,

Free Dance competitions

Free Singing competitions

Dance Groups,

DJs

Magicians,

Fashion show,

And many prizes for everyone.

NYF will be hosting a mix Community, Cultural event titled “North York Festival”.

This annual event will be celebrated on 9th August 2014. "North York Festival" will be held on Saturday August 9th, 2014 at Mel Lastman Square – a renowned venue for festivals and family gatherings at the heart of North York.

The 2014 "North York Festival" is 10 hours of family, fun festival with activities, entertainment, food and fun for everyone.

The 2014’s event includes: a “Kid’s Adventure and Fun Zone”, a designated spot for "Not-for-Profit and Charity Organizations”, Special Community Tents of Chinese, Korean, Persian, Russian, ..., a “Food", a "Beauty Station", magicians, clowns, live bands, traditional music and dances, Djs, comedy shows, dance competitions and much more …

The “North York Festival” is a free public event.

Mel Lastman Square
5100 Yonge St, Toronto, Ontario



START: 12:00 PM TO 10:00 PM

INFO: 416-500-0007

www.NorthYorkFestival.com

www.facebook.com/northyorkfestival



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Aug 09
North York Festival 2014

August / 9 / 2014

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Mel Lastman Square, Toronto.

10 hours of a Family Festival with amazing activities for all (children to seniors).

Special Community Tents of Chinese, Korean, Persian, Russian, ...,

Free Kid Playground

Food / Beverage / Juice / Ice cream

Free Live Music,

Free Performances,

Free Dance competitions

Free Singing competitions

Dance Groups,

DJs

Magicians,

Fashion show,

And many prizes for everyone.

NYF will be hosting a mix Community, Cultural event titled “North York Festival”.

This annual event will be celebrated on 9th August 2014. "North York Festival" will be held on Saturday August 9th, 2014 at Mel Lastman Square – a renowned venue for festivals and family gatherings at the heart of North York.

The 2014 "North York Festival" is 10 hours of family, fun festival with activities, entertainment, food and fun for everyone.

The 2014’s event includes: a “Kid’s Adventure and Fun Zone”, a designated spot for "Not-for-Profit and Charity Organizations”, Special Community Tents of Chinese, Korean, Persian, Russian, ..., a “Food", a "Beauty Station", magicians, clowns, live bands, traditional music and dances, Djs, comedy shows, dance competitions and much more …

The “North York Festival” is a free public event.

Mel Lastman Square
5100 Yonge St, Toronto, Ontario



START: 12:00 PM TO 10:00 PM

INFO: 416-500-0007

www.NorthYorkFestival.com

www.facebook.com/northyorkfestival



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Aug 10
The Toronto Food Fest Show, brings entertaining, cooking and lifestyle together, in an inspired show not yet seen in Toronto. In the tradition of legendary food shows around the world, Toronto Food Fest Show will tantalize the taste buds with decadent foods and drinks; and showcase the highest levels of food art.


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Aug 16
The annual Bloorcourt Arts and Crafts Street Fair will be held from 12pm to 11pm, rain or shine, on Bloor Street West between Shaw Street to Dovercourt Road.

This Free, family-friendly event will feature:

A marketplace of arts & craft vendors from 11am to 7pm
Musical entertainment and martial arts demos
A live wrestling match
A games and ride area all day long
Sidewalk sales by local businesses
Extended patios at local bars and restaurants until 10pm
A kids zone in Irene Parkette from 1pm to 5pm.


Bloorcourt Arts and Crafts Fair
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Aug 16 to Aug 17
York-Eglinton International Street Festival is a family event that aims to celebrate the cultural diversity of the community that includes Caribbean, Italian, Portuguese, Latin and more. This event will include live music performance, dance demonstration, street level carnival, countless food vendors, amazing sales offered by community businesses and much more fun.
It is open to the public.



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Aug 16 to Aug 17
The York-Eglinton International Street Festival offers everyone a day of hot music and fun activities.
Something for everyone, this year promises to be bigger and better than all other years!
You don't want to miss this!


York-Eglinton International Street Festival
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Aug 21 to Aug 24
Every summer, for 4 days and nights, the streets of the St. Lawrence Market Neighbourhood come to life with laughter, cheering, applause and flames when some of the best street performers from around the world gather for the Toronto International BuskerFest. Contortionists, comedians, clowns, magicians, musicians, acrobats, aerialist artists, daredevils and so many more, all strut their stuff to the delight of crowds of all ages.

Admission is by donation to Epilepsy Toronto.

Playing in the street has never been so much fun!


BuskerFest celebrates it's 10th anniversary in 2009!
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Aug 22 to Aug 24
Taiwan is a country built on the legacy of global traditions and cultures that have marked its shores. Join us for a weekend wander down the path of music, dance, art and food that invigorates the island nation.



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Aug 23 to Aug 24
A multi-event celebration of Philippine heritage and culture, this festival features an array of activities to please all ages. Live performances, culinary exhibits, art installations, a kids play zone and an exhibitors showcase are just a sample of the offerings available.



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Aug 24
The Coconut Festival will provide and share the knowledge of the usage and healthy benefits of the coconut to Canadians, as well as, to uplift our community as well as the lives of the coconut farmers across the world.

The event will showcase local businesses, brands, products, chefs, doctors, speakers and farmers that continuously cultivate and expand the world of health and wellness through the usage of coconuts. Various cultural communities will join us to celebrate this much-awaited event.

The coconut industry has been around for a long time and it has created a very large market both internationally and locally. Numerous businesses use coconuts as part of its main product and is building an ever-growing audience that continue to learn more about it.


Canada's Coconut Festival 2014
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Aug 26 to Sep 01
Ashkenaz builds and unites the diverse and dynamic Jewish communities from across Canada and around the world. Dance to Klezmer and Middle-Eastern music, kvetch with the best at special workshops, indulge in Kaballah Yoga, and binge on Bubbe's blintzes and bagels. Admission is free (some events are ticketed).



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Aug 29 to Sep 01
North America's premier festival of global Jewish music and culture returns with its 10th biennial celebration. Over 200 artists from more than a dozen countries will showcase the vibrancy and brilliance of Jewish artistic traditions, from traditional styles to cutting-edge, cross-cultural fusion.



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Aug 29 to Sep 01
Held in Mel Lastman Square over the Labor Day weekend, this cultural celebration showcases Hispanic dance and music at its best. Local and international performers take the stage in a lively and colorful spectacle for all ages. A children's showcase is also featured.



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Sep 05 to Sep 07
Regarded as the largest event of its kind in North America, the Vegetarian Food Festival gives audiences an unparalleled opportunity to enjoy a diverse cross-section of vegetarian cuisine and shop from over 100 vendors.


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Sep 05 to Sep 07
The annual Fall Festival held along Bloor Street W. (from Prince Edward Drive to Montgomery Rd) is a food & entertainment extravaganza for the whole family.

Beer gardens, 2 grand stages with non-stop entertainment, a Culinary Market/Theatre featuring Celebrity Chefs,Midway Rides, the biggest Dog Show in Etobicoke, Artisan & crafter pavilions, clowns, face painters, auto show, Charity Pancake Breakfast in support of Out of The Cold and so much more!
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Sep 07 to Sep 08
Celebrating the community of Cabbagetown, this three-day festival offers festivities for all ages, including a short film and video festival, a mini-marathon, a street parade, live entertainment, craft vendors, cultural performances and food vendors.
  • Cabbagetown   Address: East of Parliament St., between Wellesley and Dundas Toronto  ON



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Celebrate an explosion of films from the Caribbean Diaspora, with screenings and networking sessions. Visit caribbeantales-events.com for further details.

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Walk, run, bike, wheel, or roll all, or part of, the 10km route. Make a donation or collect pledges. Almost 90 cents of every dollar raised goes directly to fund cancer research. This is a really fun community event, with lots of food, bouncy castles, massage therapy, live music, post-run gift bags, and so much more.
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One of North America's premier film events. The Toronto International Film Festival attracts world wide attention and many of the 'movers and shakers' in the movie industry. The festival is held at a variety of venues throughout the city.



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Sep 20
On Saturday, September 20th, 2014 let the Music guide you through the Junction !

The Junction Music Festival is a festival of independent music for all ages, taking place September 20th, 2014 in Toronto's Junction Neighbourhood.

Coined as the emerging art and design neighbourhood of Toronto, this eclectic community anchored by Dundas St West & Keele St is home to a festival celebrating local up-and-coming talent and rising stars. Move to the sounds of a collection of musical performances rocking a number of stages both day and night while discovering the celebrated food, drink and nightlife that makes the Junction a must visit Toronto destination.

Bring your family, bring your friends and quench your musical thirst in the Junction!


Main Stage of the Junction Music Festival in 2013
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Celebrate reading, writing, and literacy at Canada’s largest book and magazine festival: The Word on the Street. Visit any of the 250 book, magazine, and literacy exhibitor booths to discover new writers, new publications, and new talent. Take in readings, ask questions, and get your books signed by almost 200 authors, performers, and storytellers. Enjoy great programming all day at any one of 18 performance venues, which include a Bestsellers Stage, Children’s Activity Tent, and the Wordshop: The Place for Writers. Last year more than 200,000 people enjoyed The Word on the Street; come see what all the type is about!
  • Queens Park   Address: University Avenue & College St Toronto  ON


Browsers at The Word On The Street
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The Pilaros Taste of the Danforth is one of Toronto's signature events, showcasing the best our multicultural city has to offer - from mezes to dim sum, from world folk music to children's games - but with a very special emphasis on the Hellenic food and culture that make Greektown a year-round destination.



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ARTSIDEOUT is the University of Toronto Scarborough's largest multidisciplinary arts festival. Held annually on the first Thursday of October, the festival features a wide array of works from students of all backgrounds and programs while aiming to present the campus as a hub for creativity and inter-disciplinary innovation.



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Discover Wines from Chile at the Chilean Wine Festival, Toronto

Trade Tasting: 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm. **For registered food and beverage industry professionals and media only.**

Consumer Tasting: 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm. Tickets $75. Available online.

Trade Seminar: Sustainable Chile, 12:15 – 2:45 pm, RBC Glass Room, 4th Level RSVP to lisa@androscom.com

Wines of Chile and the Trade Commission of Chile (ProChile) present their annual grand tasting and celebration of wine and food in Toronto - the Chilean Wine Festival at the Royal Ontario Museum.

An outstanding set of 30 wineries bring Toronto 150 wines for this tasting. In a casual relaxed setting, guests will enjoy tasty catered fare and meet with representatives from the wineries as they sample from an array of red and white varietals. The 2012 tasting will feature three focus tables: Chile: The Natural Choice, Top Wines for Licensees (trade only), and winners from the 9th Annual Wines of Chile Awards.



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Indie Week Toronto is a musically saturated week of workshops, showcases and performances by artists and bands chosen from hundreds of applicants from around the globe.

50+ acts from all over the world will be performing at various venues in downtown Toronto.
  • The Drake Hotel   Address: 1150 Queen Street West Toronto  ON  Canada  M6J 1J3
  • Horseshoe Tavern   Address: 370 Queen Street West Toronto  ON  Canada  M5V 2A2
  • El Mocambo   Address: 494 Spadina Ave. Toronto  ON  M5R 3G1
  • Bovine Sex Club   Address: 542 Queen Street West Toronto  ON  Canada  M5V 2B5
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TUDS: Festival of Urban Dance Culture (Oct 18-19-20)

Powered by GADFLY, TUDS Festival of Urban Dance Culture 4th Edition equals: 3 days filled with professional shows, all-star battles, panel discussions, awards celebrating urban artists and workshops with renowned choreographers. TUDS is where Creative, Active, and Authentic people inspire, share, and challenge each other.


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On October 26th Riverside is the place to be. Riverside welcomes you to its 5th annual FREE Riverside WalkFEST sponsored by Streetcar -Rethinking Urban Living and in partnership with Jane’s Walk and the Ralph Thornton Community Centre. During The Riverside WalkFEST, There’ll be 9 unique walks lead by local personalities:
9am -Fitness/Dog Walk;
11am- Savory Culinary Walk;
11am- Historical Street Walk;
12pm- Medicinal Plant & Herb Walk;
2pm- Constructing Riverside: Urban Planning Walk;
2:30pm- Sweet Culinary;
3pm- Kiddie Costume Parade Walk;
4pm- Art & Fashion and Design;
6pm- Riverside Night Life Walk
Plus, there’s a whole host of local activities including: Nell & Natasha’s Annual Pumpkin Give Away, Jimmie Simpson Recreation Centre’s Haunted House, fun children’s activities offered by, The Ralph Thornton Community Centre, and Riverside sidewalk sales. More info at: www.riverside-to.com



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Nov 07 to Nov 09
Come shop ‘til you drop at the National Women’s Show. With over 450 exhibits offering food, wellness, beauty, travel and entertainment ideas you’ll find everything you need for the ultimate girl’s day out! Bring your friends and be entertained by fashion shows, celebrity guests, free makeovers, and cooking stage demos. Ask the experts for advice about hairstyles, make-up and fitness and see the newest things to hit the market for women. Don’t miss out on all the fun. For more information, visit www.nationalwomenshow.com.



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Join us this Friday for a special treat for the senses - Sweet Hill Festival! This will be the only place in Toronto where you can enjoy a hill full of sweets and live music and meditation. In this festive mood we will explore how to build a community of Love in our lives



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The Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival is a unique showcase of contemporary Asian cinema. Works include films and videos by East and Southeast Asian artist in Canada, the U.S., Asia and all over the world.



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Celebrity guests, a fine wine tasting lounge, a Food Network stage, a spiritology pavilion and an extensive food and beverage exhibitor showcase are highlights of this annual event, which offers ample opportunities to sample gourmet foods and wines from around the globe.



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The topic of these feature length and short films is the facts and fiction encircling mental health and addictions. The programs address different themes, with panel discussions following. Along with the film screenings, the festival features a gala party and a closing/awards ceremony. At least half the submissions in the festival are Canadian, with the others from around the world.
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Canada's most acclaimed environmental film festival addresses themes from urban alleyways to natural wilderness in genres that include documentary, animation, dramatic features and shorts.
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Open to the public with free admission, the European Union Film Festival(EUFF) will feature 30 films from 27 countries.



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Calling all aviation and automotive enthusiasts! The Canadian Air & Space Museum will host its annual Wings & Wheels Heritage Festival at Downsview Park.

Come and see a fantastic display of past and present, highlighted by a rich collection of vintage, classic and modern aircraft and vehicles. All this in addition to exhibits, vendors, seminars, family-friendly activities, models, simulators, airplane rides and more.

This is Toronto’s largest gathering of aviation and automotive excellence, where the whole family can get up close and personal with airplanes and their pilots, classic cars and their drivers, and military vehicles and Canadian Forces personnel.


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Christmas Carollers
Choirs
Musical performances
Grimm's Brother characters roaming
Children's Story Telling by a Grimm's Brother character or Santa
Lowe's How To workshops from the stage (wreath's, huts, ornaments)
Stage presentations and workshops with key note speakers on holiday festivities
Special guest appearances, autograph signings, meet and greets (Nutcracker,
A Christmas Carol cast members, Grimm's Brother characters)
Travelling Elves taking photographs
Ferris Wheel rides
Santa visits and photographs
Santa's Elves Workshop presented by Lowe's
Christmas themed buskers



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Old Navy Hosts Free Family Day
Festival invites families to let their creativity run wild

TORONTO – Monday, Feb 18th, is Family Day and Old Navy is hosting free parties for families in their Etobicoke and Ottawa stores to celebrate. This is the second year for the Family Day event, which offers kids a day of crazy, creative, fun where they can invent anything they can imagine.

3 Craft Stations
Cookie and Juice Bar
Twister-style Dance Floor where kids can show off their dance moves!
One-on-one wardrobe consultation with a stylist
A gift with purchase while supplies last

“This Family Day, Old Navy wanted to create an over-the-top special and super fun event,
where kids can use their imaginations and families can enjoy the holiday together,” Victoria Kirk an Old Navy representative, said today.

ETOBICOKE

DATE: Monday, February 18th, 2013
TIME: 1 pm – 4pm
VENUE: Old Navy Queen’s Square - 177 North Queen St., Etobicoke (across from Sherway Gardens)
OTTAWA

DATE: Monday, February 18th
TIME: 1 pm – 4pm
LOCATION: Rideau Center, 50 Rideau St., Ottawa
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This annual fireworks festival takes place on and around Canada Day at Ontario Place. Brilliant fireworks displays are choreographed to music and attract international attention.
  • Ontario Place   Address: 955 Lakeshore Blvd. West Toronto  ON  M6K 3B9
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This Canada Day, Vinyl 95.3 returns to Woodbine Park for the annual Red, White & Vinyl Festival, featuring an all-Canadian lineup including Juno-award winning artists. The festival begins at noon and wraps up at approximately 11 p.m.

The Red, White & Vinyl Festival is a rain or shine free-admission event that also features a licensed beverage area, Family Fun Zone, and ends with a Disco Party to enjoy while the City of Toronto’s largest fireworks display unfolds from Ashbridge’s Bay.
  • Woodbine Park   Address: Along Lakeshore Blvd & Coxwell Ave Toronto  ON  CAN  M4L 1A1



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Science Rendezvous is an annual festival celebrating Canadian science. Held on university campuses and community centres across Canada, Science Rendezvous takes science to the streets! The country's top researchers and scientists present hands-on demonstrations, interactive exhibits, guided lab tours, and explosive experiments that will entertain and amaze people of all ages. From the chemistry of ice-cream to the physics of rock and roll, Science Rendezvous has something for everyone! Come engage with real scientists at the very frontlines of research, and get your hands dirty exploring the wonders of science! Science Rendezvous venues in the Greater Toronto Area and beyond include: Yonge-Dundas Square, University of Toronto St. George, York University, University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT), University of Windsor, Mount Sinai Hospital, The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids), Ontario Genomics Institute, Toronto Reference Library, Toronto Public Libraries, University of Toronto Scarborough (at the Toronto Zoo), OCADU, University of Toronto Mississauga, Stone Road Mall, Malvern Town Centre, Northumberland Mall, Queen’s University, Carleton University, University of Regina, Dalhousie University, Université de St. Boniface, Simon Fraser University, Cape Breton University, University of Winnipeg, Université de Montreal, Université Laval, Memorial University of Newfoundland, University of Manitoba, University of Prince Edward Island, University of British Columbia, McGill University, and University of Victoria etc…


Science Rendezvous is where people and science meet!
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Free fun & prizes to be won at Woodbine beach!

On August 18th, ditch the air conditioning, grab your beach gear and head down to Woodbine Beach for a day full of fun summer activities with Environmental Defence. There will be yoga on the beach, sandcastle competitions, scavenger hunts, kite flying and many more great activities and prizes, all to help raise awareness about the Blue Flag program.

WHEN: Sunday August 18th, 2013
WHERE: Woodbine Beach, Toronto (see map)
TIME: 10a.m. – 4p.m.
COST: Free

More info: blueflag.ca/bonanza for full event details!
Contact: events@environmentaldefence.ca


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Held along Bloor between Landsdowne avenue and Dufferin street, this annual street festival offers an array of activities for all ages, including live entertainment, an art court, food vendors and much more.



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Some of the most outstanding short films from Canada and around the world hit the screen at this festival. Competitions (both Canadian and International), special programs and gala screenings are just part of the event. Promotion and launching of films, as well as networking for filmmakers, is the goal at the Festival Symposium and Marketplace.



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Toronto Summer Music Festival celebrates the unrivaled cultural phenomenon that swept turn of the century Paris, known as La Belle Époque. A showcase of great musical works performed by some of today’s most exciting artists including LOS ANGELES GUITAR QUARTET, GRYPHON TRIO, THE MINIMALIST DREAM HOUSE PROJECT and more. Under 35? Mainstage tickets are just 20 bucks!



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From tastings in the original Fermenting Cellar of the former Gooderham and Worts distillery and gourmet fair in the Boiler House, to seminars in tented pavilions on the brick lined paths, this truly is a unique setting for this kick off to summer … a summer solstice.



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Feb 01 to Feb 28
In celebration of Black History Month, TD presents Then & Now, a series of inspiring cultural events showcasing the many accomplishments of black Canadians, both past and present. Then & Now features a lineup of cultural community events, curated in partnership with Black Artists’ Network and Dialogue (BAND) and includes films, concerts, exhibitions, and live performances by Canadian and international artists.

Website: For more information please visit http://www.blackartndialog.com/www/td-then-and-now-2013-english/

Start Time: February 1, 2013

End Time: February 28, 2013

Location: Various Toronto Locations
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Whether you are a newbie or an aficionado of tea culture, the Toronto Tea Festival will enable you to discover the world of tea from the traditional to the trendy. You will be able to sample hundreds of teas, and learn from experts in the industry at one of the complimentary presentations. Taste a variety of teas uniquely and exquisitely prepared by exhibitors; noting how the flavours may differ depending upon place of origin, processing techniques, and preparation styles. Shop for all your favourite teawares, teas, and related products – this is the perfect opportunity to shop for your Valentine. Participate in the silent auction and enter the raffle. Experience the event to the fullest by engaging with the exhibitors and learning about all things tea.



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The Toronto Youth Shorts Film Festival is a volunteer-run not-for-profit initiative that works to bring a series of events for local young and emerging filmmakers in the Greater Toronto Area to showcase their talent and creations to an audience of independent film lovers. The festival screening demonstrates some of the best cinematic masterpieces this city has to offer made by local emerging youth artists. It features a range of film genres including fictional works, animation, documentary, experimental, and video art.



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Take the blahs out of winter with this 14-day foodie festival. The Culinary Events series celebrates diverse cuisine, while the Prix Fixe promotion serves up delicious three-course menus at appetizing price points. Toronto Winterlicious is held in late January/early February of each year.



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This dance festival celebrates Asian culture through traditional dance form performances, workshops and educational support. This year's performances feature works from rising Canadian choreographers and theatre groups.



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Toronto's CONTACT Photography Festival began in 1997 and currently draws over 1,000,000 people to over 200 venues across the Greater Toronto Area. Five hundred photographers from Toronto, across Canada and the rest of the world exhibit a variety of work at the festival which is the largest of its kind in North America.
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The Village Day Festival is a day full of music, kids activities, tasty treats and more. There will be bands, magic shows, mini golf, free popcorn and cotton candy, and a Charity BBQ. The village-long sidewalk sale will delight shoppers with bargains galore. Admission is free. Don’t forget to enter to win one of six shopping spree giveaways. Proceeds raised go to Sunnybrook Foundation. On Yonge Street between Yonge Boulevard and Lawrence Avenue.
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Toronto's most popular clubs and music halls throw open their doors to industry insiders and the general public to create an electrifying musicfest of discovery. Over 1000 artists – 60 venues – 5 nights – one wristband. Check it out and start your planning. Make it a goal to discover 100 great bands you've never heard of… and don't miss out on the ones you love. Buy Your Tickets. Buy Your Wristbands. There's a little something for everyone.



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The largest of its kind in North America, Toronto's Jewish Film Festival attracts an audience of over 30,000 people and showcases feature films, documentaries and shorts on Jewish culture, heritage and identity. The festival aims to breaks through racial barriers and stereotypes while educating audiences on the diversity of the Jewish experience across the world.



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Come one, come all to the most exciting show on earth! This Victoria Day weekend, Zero Gravity Circus, dazzling daredevils, amazing acrobats, hilarious buskers and more take over Harbourfront Centre.


HarbourKIDS: The Toronto International Circus Festival
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Featuring extraordinary circus artists from around the world, the Toronto International Circus Festival features outdoor stages, rain or shine.

Visitors to the festival will experience side-splitting comedy, eye-popping acrobatics and mind-bending daredevil stunts! The show features world-class acrobats, unicyclists, fire-eaters, stilt walkers, live musicians, face painters, balloon sculptors and more.


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This holiday-oriented show gives dog lovers a chance to find the perfect toys, fashion, treats and accessories made exclusively for their four-footed friends. Dogs are encouraged to attend and can participate in many activities including Breakfast with Santa, Best Costume Contest and Stupid Dog Trick Contest.



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Saturday, June 1st , 2013 1pm-6pm
The Riverside District (Located on historic Queen St. East between the DVP and Empire Ave)
Come and join us for a street festival showcasing Riverside’s family friendly food outlets and unique small town atmosphere. The Riverside District is renowned for its home design shops, heritage architecture, coffee shops, food providores and popular contemporary restaurants. Local eateries will be opening their doors serving tasting plates and musical entertainment in the heart of Queen Street East. Entertainment for young and old will be provided.
Find out more at www.riverside-to.com www.riversidedistrict.eventbrite.com



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Paprika's $2 Clothing Sale is back this Spring to sell you great fashion finds in support of the Paprika Festival. The best part? EVERYTHING ONLY COSTS $2! Bring your mom, bring your friends, bring your friend's mom!

All that AND a bake sale!

Sunday, June 1st
11am - 6pm rain or shine
Storefront Theatre - 955 Bloor Street West
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Clowns, mimes, bouffons, physical comedians and other performers from across Canada unite to provoke, disturb and treat you with that mysterious and delightful art form known as clowning.



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Canada’s biggest ten-minute play festival is back and it’s bigger than ever! Featuring 16 exciting new plays by a diverse array of playwrights, this festival is Toronto’s only chance to experience the thrilling genre of the ten-minute play. The InspiraTO Theatre Festival kicks off at the Alumnae Theatre for a limited run.

Tickets: $12 - $17
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Eats & Beats in Riverside StreetFEST
On Saturday, June 1st, Riverside will be hosting their spring StreetFEST. Although known for its heritage buildings, award-winning restaurants, and the street that inspired the cult classic Degrassi TV series, Riverside’s secret also lies in its artisans and community builders of many sorts. Experience Riverside’s local eateries’ tasting plates and musical beats in the heart of Queen St. East. Info at www.riverside-to.com www.riversidedistrict.eventbrite.com
  • Riverside District   Address: Queen Street East east of the Don River. Toronto  ON  CAN  M4M 1H4



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Celebrating rhythms from around the globe, this annual music fest features an impressive line-up of live local, national and international acts. Drum workshops, dancing, food and craft vendors, kids' activities and a parade of drums are added highlights.
  • Woodbine Park   Address: Along Lakeshore Blvd & Coxwell Ave Toronto  ON  CAN  M4L 1A1



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A volunteer-driven organization led by arts and culture-professionals and aficionados alike. The Scarborough Film Festival is an annual six day celebration showcasing the Local, Canadian and World Cinema, with a goal to enhance the Scarborough Cultural Scene through the art of film.


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Tease your taste buds with a gastronomic adventure showcasing 60 of Toronto’s top chefs and 30 beverage purveyors at the Royal Ontario Museum. Toronto Taste is presented by The Daniels Corporation, a supporter of Second Harvest for the past 16 years. Proceeds from the event go to Second Harvest. Tickets are available for purchase for $250 each (with a tax receipt issued for $125).
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Toronto Tango Festival is a four day celebration of Argentine Tango, with workshops for all levels, practicas, milongas, performances and more. Explore and enrich your passion for this captivating dance at the biggest Argentine Tango event in Toronto.


Instructors
Alejandro Larenas & Marisol Morales
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Guillermo Cerneaz & Marina Kenny
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Somer Surgit & Jessica Stserbakova
Turkey / Estonia

Gabriel Gaumond & Melanie Bergeron
Montreal, QC, Canada


DJs
Burak Ozkosem
Montreal, QC, Canada

Travis Widrick
Buffalo, NY, United States

Artur Paulo
Portugal

Edmond Bardhi
Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Berenice Gonsen
Toronto, ON, Canada


Live Orchestras
Buffalo Tango Orkestra
Buffalo, NY, United States

Payadora Tango Ensemble
Toronto, ON, Canada



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For 10 extraordinary days in June, the vibrant city of Toronto’s stages, streets and public spaces are illuminated with arts and creativity. Luminato is an annual multidisciplinary celebration of theatre, dance, classical and contemporary music, film, literature, visual arts, design and more.

For more information on both free and ticketed Luminato events, including dates, locations and schedules, visit www.luminato.com.



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Now in its 16th year, The Taste of Little Italy is pleased to announce a naming partnership with Barilla, Italy’s #1 pasta brand. Over the years, The Taste of Little Italy has searched for a partner that reinforces the authentic Italian brand and values embraced by business owners in Toronto’s Little Italy on College Street. Barilla pasta embodies authentic Italian heritage while also providing a global perspective to one of Toronto’s most beloved festivals.
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Live music, a crafters showcase and extensive opportunities to sample authentic Italian cuisine are just a few of the festivities available at this three-day, open-air street festival. The events occur in Little Italy along College street from Bathurst street to Shaw street.
  • Little Italy   Address: College St., between Shaw St. and Euclid Ave. Toronto  ON  CAN



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Toronto Tango Festival is a four day celebration of Argentine Tango, with workshops for all levels, practicas, milongas, performances and more.
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Jun 20 to Jun 22
Get ready for the excitement at this year’s Redpath Waterfront Festival June 20-22, 2014. Check out the action at the 2014 DockDogs® World Qualifying Championships featuring the top canine record holders for distance jumping, height and retrieving. Bring your own beloved pooch to test out their skills on the dock!

Don’t miss the world’s newest extreme water sport at the 2014 Flyboard® North American Championships, where there will be no shortage of adrenaline pumping competition. With points for double backflips, height and dolphin dives, Flyboarding is bigger, better and higher than ever.

Finally, head over to Sugar Beach and unwind at the Toronto Wine & Spirit Festival with a taste of the latest trends, while the hottest new musical talent in Toronto entertains you at the EMERGE Artists Showcase.

Info on scheduling and entrance fees TOwaterfrontfest.com
Facebook: TOwaterfrontfest
Twitter: TOwaterfest


Redpath Waterfront Festival June 20-22,2014
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Held at various venues across the city, this annual festival celebrates craft beer brewing through an array of tasting events, brewery tours, live music, cooking demos and much more.



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Presenting The Junction Summer Solstice Festival- The first festival of the Summer Season, celebrating the longest day of the year. You can learn all about the Junction by enjoying a full day of activities & events showcasing the best Junction has to offer. With fantastic summer themed entertainment, sunny energy and a shopping experience like no other in the City.
Celebrate DIY culture, love for art, design and music. Green powered event showcasing our neighbourhood’s passion for healthy lifestyle and love for fresh quality food. Day to Night enjoy family friendly shows and workshops, take a spin on a Ferris Wheel and taste the Junction. Stay around for a special events, movie screening and enjoy the bustling nightlife. June 21st- noon to midnight experience the magic allure of West Toronto treasure-The Junction!



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The Wine & Spirit Festival is a sampling event. Admission includes a wristband to take part in the Festival, an official sampling cup, complimentary seminars in the Wine & Spirit School, live music and more! Guests purchase sample vouchers for $1 each (sold in strips of 5) and samples vary anywhere from 1 to 5 vouchers depending on the price/ingredients of the product/drink being sampled. Sample vouchers can only be sold to guests who are A) wearing a Festival wristband and B) who are also in possession of a Festival sampling cup.

From wine samples, craft beer, and pairing seminars in our Wine & Spirit School, to some of the world’s finest spirits, live music and a waterfront breeze, The Toronto Wine & Spirit Festival is the perfect event to kick off the summer season … a summer solstice.



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Known as The NXNE, this festival showcases emerging artists from Canada, the United States and other countries. Musical genres performed have included folk, punk and funk. The event, usually held in June, takes place in clubs, outdoor stages and special venues in the downtown area. A conference unites the movers and shakers of the industry with many budding performers. The relatively new film portion of the festival offers special screenings of new films.



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Come hang with your friends at the Redpath Waterfront Festival Toronto and the official launch of the TALL SHIPS® 1812 Tour.

Toronto is the only port to host the full fleet of ships together as they travel throughout Ontario during this pan-provincial event that commemorates the bicentennial of the War of 1812.

The excitement will begin at the Opening Ceremonies on June 20 and carry on throughout the weekend until the Parade of Sail finale on Sunday June 23.

Tour the decks and meet the crews of these majestic historic ships! Enjoy live music, dance, interactive theatre, food and urban beach fun along with and a host of other great things to do for adults, kids, families and lovers of all things nautical.
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Combining both sport and ancient Chinese culture, the Toronto International Dragon Boat Race includes races for adults, youth and families. Over 125,000 spectators and participants attend each year to see dance companies, attend workshops, watch an onsite parade, visit the multicultural village, cheer on race teams and more.
  • Toronto Islands   Address: Bay Street and Queens Quay, west of the Westin Harbour Castle Hotel Toronto,  ON



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This Canada Redpath Waterfront Festival Day weekend, celebrate a new chapter in our history as we officially open the brand new Canada Square with music, dance (lots of dance!), food and spectacular 'Canada Eve Fireworks' presented by the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation, on Sunday, June 30.


Canada Day
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Original. International. Anti-Niche. Indie.

When we launched ReelHeART we were steadfast that we would always remain a no-niche festival, inviting “all cultures under one roof” to join us in the celebration of the best in independent film from around the globe.

10 years later, we’ve achieved that. Out of the 80+ niche film festivals in Toronto, ReelHeART still accepts submissions from all genres on our documentary, film and screenplay categories.

Come celebrate 10 Years of First-rate, Fresh Film and Documentaries from around the Globe with Toronto's "Cool Film Festival".

All Premieres. All Week Long. See you There!

10th Annual ReelHeART International Film and Screenplay Festival.

June 23-28, 2014

Advance Tickets On Sale Now!
$12 Regular
$8 Seniors, Students
www.reelheart.org

Organization Discounts available. Email reelheartevents@gmail.com
  • Cyclemotive   Address: 156 Bathurst St. Toronto  ON  CAN  M5V 2R3


Opening Night program - "Shorts Heard Around The World"
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DOCNOW celebrates the work of graduate students from Ryerson's Documentary Media program. Consisting of video, new media, photography, and installation art; the 5th edition of DOCNOW brings audiences a rich variety of works. All screenings and exhibitions are FREE and open to the public.
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For ten days in June a number of jazz types take over Toronto's downtown venues to enjoy the music of Toronto's Downtown Jazz Festival. Internationally acclaimed musicians delight the large crowds that flock to one of Canada's largest jazz music events



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Electronic Nation is thrilled to announce the return of Digital Dreams Music Festival set to take place at The Flats at Molson Canadian Amphitheatre. This year’s edition boasts 3 stages, one House inspired, one Tech inspired and one Bass inspired. These stages will be host to a curated line up of world class DJs.

Digital Dreams is situated minutes away from Downtown Toronto on the shores of Lake Ontario. The Flats at Molson Canadian Amphitheatre provides an open air festival environment on its own island. With the beautiful skyline as a backdrop, public transit close to the site and a spacious sandy beach for fans to enjoy. Come experience a culture like no other, dig your toes into the sand and dance into the night.



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Toronto Pride Week is an annual event that takes place in downtown Toronto during the last week of June. The event is one of the largest of its kind in the world and celebrates diverse sexual and gender identities, histories, cultures, creativities, families, friends and lives. The week long festival includes a three-day arts fest, a weekend street fair (including a community fair and market place), a Dyke March and a Pride Parade.



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All-you-can-eat ribs, live music, beer tents, carnival rides, arts and craft shows, kids' activities and a closing ceremonies fireworks show are just a sample of the festivities offered during this annual event.



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The Earl Bales Park Arts & Music Festival is a free, one-day event from 11 am – 6 pm on Sunday, July 6, 2014 celebrating the arts and culture of North York and Toronto. The festival will feature free live music, activities for kids, art displays and vendors, buskers, food trucks, prizes and more!

We are thrilled to have The McCartney Years headlining this year's festival. Praised by the famed Beatles promoter Sid Bernstein as ‘the best on the scene today’, The McCartney Years is a note-for-note faithful recreation of a mid-1970’s Paul McCartney concert, spanning more than 20 hit albums.

World-renowned recording star Aelita will also be performing songs in 8 languages including Yiddish, Russian, Italian and French at the festival.

Performances start at 12:30pm.

The Earl Bales Park Arts & Music Festival is presented by The Station Condos, Malibu, North York Arts, James Pasternak, Toronto City Councillor, Ward 10 - York Centre, Torbel, NTV Canada, Russian Canadian Info, Afisharu.com, Toronto Arts Council, the City of Toronto, BACIC, MC Fog & Maplemind Entertainment, Bezpala Brown Gallery, Mountain Province Association of Canada, Friends of Earl Bales Park, Adventist Community Services, Livegreen Toronto and Park People - Toronto Alliance for Better Parks.



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The Annual Afrofest presented by Music Africa is the African cultural event of the summer, with plenty to see and do! Join us at Woodbine Park for a Free weekend-long celebration of African culture and diversity centered on the non-stop music and dance taking place on outdoor stages. With over 35 bands, both local and international, a bustling African marketplace, food and craft vendors, artistic displays, a Children’s Village, a drum stage, music workshops, and organized fun and educational activities for youth and children, Afrofest provides guaranteed fun for the whole family and to people of all ethnicities and communities.
  • Woodbine Park   Address: Along Lakeshore Blvd & Coxwell Ave Toronto  ON  CAN  M4L 1A1


Wazimbo (Mozambique) will perform at the 24th Annual Afrofest 2012
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Take in the sights of this unique festival. Enjoy three exciting days of great food, entertainment and guaranteed fun for the whole family. The event will feature live-stage performances with a multi-cultural twist, local vendors and artisans. Kid’s activities include face-painting, craft tables, inflatables, amusement rides and much more. Tempt your palate with the many mouth-watering tastes offered up by local food vendors or simply relax in the beer garden. Come out and have fun.

Location: Lawrence Avenue East in between Warden and Underwriters Road.
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Come join us in celebrating the Annual Festival of India in the heart of downtown Toronto. The festival consists of an upbeat, colourful parade down Yonge Street (beginning at Bloor and continuing south to the lake) and two-days of celebrations at Centre Island expected to draw close to 40,000 people!

The festival is free and open entirely to the public. The biggest highlight is the amazing free vegetarian feast served to all who attend! The festival will also feature a stunning Arts & Culture showcase, dramas, a yoga festival, a South Asian Bazaar, exhibits, a children's area, and much, much more!
  • Toronto Islands   Address: Bay Street and Queens Quay, west of the Westin Harbour Castle Hotel Toronto,  ON
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In a country that hosts the most Fringe festivals in the world, the Toronto Fringe shines. First run in 1989 with 4 venues and 40 productions, the Toronto Fringe now has over ten venues, including KidsVenue, and more than 120 theatre companies participating from the province and around the world. Held annually in July.



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Join us at the Live Green Toronto Festival - Toronto’s largest outdoor celebration of all things green!

The Festival will include live performances on stage at Yonge-Dundas Square as well as booths along Yonge Street between Dundas Street and Queen Street.

Join the fun as Yonge Street goes green on Saturday, July 19 from 11:00 am – 8 pm. You can expect the following at the festival:
Green Street Market
Kids’ Zone
Swap Zone
Main Stage Concerts (Yonge-Dundas Square)
Community Stage (Yonge & Queen)
Beer Garden

- See more at: http://www1.toronto.ca/wps/portal/contentonly?vgnextoid=f75b073fd17c1410VgnVCM10000071d60f89RCRD
  • Yonge Street   Address: Yonge Street Toronto  ON  Canada



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Discover, shop and play at Toronto's largest outdoor celebration of all things green. Enjoy the green street market, live concerts, CD/DVD/book swap, kids' zone, ecowheels zone, beer garden, buskers and more as Yonge Street goes car-free from Dundas to Queen.

If you're green, be seen at the Live Green Toronto Festival!



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Once again Bloor Street will be closed to vehicles and filled with all kinds of arts, crafts, and fun activities for everyone — children, adults, and families.



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TLN Telelatino, the Hillcrest Village BIA and the City of Toronto once again join forces to present the second stop on the tour, Salsa on St. Clair, Canada’s largest Latino-themed street festival which wraps –up Latino week in Toronto. Salsa on St. Clair has attracted over 1.5 million salsa lovers to the streets of Toronto since its launch in 2005. Join in on the parade of FREE family fun as midtown Toronto’s Hillcrest Village, between Winona Drive and Christie Street will be transformed into a showcase of Latin life.


Salsa on St. Clair Street Festival
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Filled with cuisine and traditional costumes from the 8 provinces of China, visitors can also enjoy multicultural music and dance performances, kung-fu shows, product demonstrations and food sampling, street market filled with unique Asian merchandise and crafts, and fun-filled interactive games on site.
  • Chinatown   Address: Corner of Spadina and Dundas Street Toronto  ON



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The 13th Annual Festival features many cultural dance performances on two stages (one will be on Huron St. close to the Dundas and Spadina intersection) and of course a variety of vendors selling anything from merchandise to food. We typically attract approximately 150,000 people over this two day event and our visitors consist of families from various cultural backgrounds.



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Once again Itabras Entertainment Productions will be hosting the Brazilian Summer Festival (BRAZILFEST).

A huge variety of styles of music and dance from all parts of the country, with something to offer for all tastes; rhythms and melodies that reflect the rich cultural heritage of Brazil.



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Aug 20 to Aug 21
The Festival of the year is soon to happen on Eglinton Ave. W. will5 blocks be closed in order to bring you the best in Entertainment. Artists such as Dr. Draw, Low Level Flight(Ryan Malcolm, Winner of Canadian Idol), Sambacanna and much, much more. We will also have Midway rides and games for the kids. ADMISSION IS FREEEEEE!!!!!!!
As an added feature the area shops will be hosting the annual Back To School Sidewalk Sale Extravaganza, with great deals for all. Dont miss this fun filled weekend
  • Fairbank Village   Address: West of Dufferin on Eglinton West. Toronto  ON  CAN  M6E 3X6


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