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Weekend Guide: July 9-10

A great weekend to get out and enjoy some music! See why below


Sounds of Leslieville & Riverside

Catch performances by Stacey Renee Music, Command Sisters, WOLF SAGA, Dr. Draw, Ian Janes at the Jimmie Simpson Main Stage! Don't miss the Leslie Grove Big Band Stage, Riverside Common Stage and of course the Block Party along Queen St E.

Jimmie Simpson Park, Queen St. E., Riverside Common, Leslie Grove

FRI-SUN


Afrofest 2022

A diverse audience celebrates the abundant energy of African music in an effort to cultivate community spirit and enhance the understanding and appreciation of the diverse people of Africa.

Woodbine Park

FRI -SUN


Toronto Summer Music Festival

World-renowned performing artists in Toronto for an unparalleled combination of performances

Various Venues

Until July 30th


Field Trip Music and Arts Festival

The cross-generational festival has always been rooted in community, striving to bring people together through music and art, creating space for discovery, and celebrating Toronto.

Fort York and Garrison Common

SAT


The East Side Night Market

5 Markets. 1 Park.

Leslieville • Deeply Rooted • Withrow • Underpass • Cabbagetown

Delicious food and drinks, innovative growers, crafters and artists, kids programs, face painting & live performances!

Feat. The Toronto All-Star Big Band, Studio of Purpose, DJ-performances from Food for the Record and more!

Greenwood Park

SUN


Family Fest: A New Arts Festival For Families!

From circus performers to puppet theatre and musical acts, Family Fest has you covered!

Guild Park & Gardens

Until SUN


Movies in the Park

Enjoy movies for free, here is a list of free outdoor movies this summer.


The Leslieville Flea

Shop from a curated selection of handcrafted, vintage and artisanal items. Stroll 3 acres of Ashbridges Estates grounds, reconnect with your favourite vendors and check out what’s new.

Ashbridge Estate

SUN


Roller Skate

Take a rooftop skate trail at CF Shops at Don Mills or skate the Bentway


Union Summer 2022

Annual summer market that brings together Toronto’s top chefs, musicians, film screenings and live performances to Union Station.

Sir John A. Macdonald Plaza, outside Union Station

Until Aug 28


6ix Art Outdoor Exhibit

A one-of-a-kind art installation along Gristmill Lane will feature 13 unique statues, standing over 8 feet tall, painted by some of Canada’s most talented multicultural artists.

The Distillery Historic District

Until July 16


Visit a Farmers’ Market

Full list is here: https://bit.ly/3zrFcda



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