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Weekend Guide: July 24-25

The city is buzzing with Stage 3 energy—so many things to do and fun to be have. Check out our weekend guide below for our top things to do.

Toronto Sunflower Fields & Festival

Come and explore a Field of Dreams – 45 acres of bright and beautiful sunflowers, just north of Toronto.

Davis Family Farm, Caledon East

Until Aug 8

Imagine Dragons Light Forest

Travel to a fairy-tale castle and an era of dragons and adventure with Imagine Dragons – Light Forest at Casa Loma. Imagine Dragons will feature dazzling lighting and immersive theatrical Medieval displays throughout the gardens, tunnels and stables of the historic castle. Multiple exciting and interactive performances along the route are guaranteed to take you back in time to a bygone era.

Casa Loma

Until Aug 29

Get your Jays tickets!

After almost two full years, the Toronto Blue Jays are coming home with their home opener on July 30 at Rogers Centre.

The Leslieville Flea at Stackt Market

Shop from a variety of vendors selling vintage, salvaged, handcrafted goods and other cool finds. Satisfy your hunger and thirst with a variety of choices and wander this fabulous container market.

Stackt Market

SAT 11-6

Have a PicSnic Sailing Experience

Enjoy a unique dining experience with a picturesque picnic set up, and a 3-course meal for 2 plus drinks, while sailing around the magical Toronto.


Check out this summer-long event with massive art murals, free drive-in movies, and a food truck market happening right now in Vaughan.

101 Edgeley Blvd. Vaughan

Until Sept 30th

33rd Beaches International Jazz Festival

Toronto’s beloved music festival and summer mainstay, the Beaches International Jazz Festival, returns to celebrate its 33rd year — drive-in style! Don’t miss your chance to catch one of Toronto’s LIVE drive-in performances this summer!

Guildwood GO Station Parking Lot

Until July 24

Summer of Play

The Bentway launches Playing in Public this summer, a collection of outdoor and online projects that invite you to rediscover “play” in the city. By the neighbourhood, for the neighbourhood, the program includes 8 art installations, a connective Play Path, roaming and audio experiences, and more.

All summer at The Bentway

Eats Night Market

Enjoy an internationally influenced night market showcasing street foods and drinks from around the world.

FRI-SUN 5pm-midnight

Farmers’ Markets

Full list is here:

Saturday Farmers Market at Evergreen Brick Works

Evergreen's Saturday Farmers Market runs year-round, connecting people in Toronto to local Ontario farmers and producers.


The Leslieville Farmers’ Market

Sundays 9am - 2pm

150 Greenwood Ave

And as always continue to #staysafe and #wearamask

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