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Weekend Guide: June 4-5

The city is alive again with celebrations, festivals & markets! Where are you heading this weekend?

Check out our weekend guide below for our top picks.


Liberty Village Art Crawl

80+ artists are taking over The Bentway for a day of art, design, live music, interactive demos, delicious food and more!

250 Fort York Blvd

SAT 11-6


Do West Fest

A street-wide celebration is making its way to Dundas St West starting this Friday. Three days of non-stop fun to the west end. As always, the festival will occupy 14 blocks of Dundas St West in the heart of Little Portugal.

Dundas St West, Ossington to Lansdowne

FRI-SUN


Pride Month Kickoff Party

Come to stackt on June 4th for its Pride kickoff party, where you can dance, eat, shop, play + explore + discover the city’s best 2SLGBTQ+ businesses, creators + artists.

stackt market, 28 Bathurst St

SAT 12 - 11

DJ on from 2-6, Vendor Market from 4-9


A Tribute to Toronto

The Toronto Biennial of Art presents a newly commissioned site-specific work by artist Judy Chicago. This one-of-a-kind Smoke Sculpture™ will be visible from the shore of Lake Ontario, as a series of environmentally safe, non-toxic coloured smokes are released from a barge.

Sugar Beach, 11 Dockside Drive, Toronto

SAT 8-8:45


LAB TEST: Patio Games & Pop Culture Trivia Party

Black Lab Brewing is hosting a dog friendly patio pawty in their backyard.

LIVE with MUSIC, FOOD, GAMES & PRIZES!

Black Lab Brewing, 818 Eastern Ave.

SAT 6:30-9


Water Marbling Workshop

Find your creative flow with an introductory workshop on water marbling – the art of floating paint on water and transferring it to paper. Dive into its fascinating history while you master each technique and create paintings that reflect the different traditional patterns. Participants will create 6-8 unique pieces to take home.

Aga Khan Museum, 77 Wynford Dr,

SUN 10-12:30


Deeply Rooted Market

Toronto’s first-ever Black and Indigenous farmers’ market, highlighting Black and Indigenous vendors and making fresh locally-sourced foods more accessible to these communities.

Dieppe Park, 455 Cosburn Ave

SUN 9-2


Toronto Made Market

Browse and shop from 50 local vendors, featuring one of a kind decor, accessories, apparel, health and beauty - there is something for everyone! Come on out and support local makers!

1087 Queen St W

SUN 12-7


Taco Fest -Street Eats Festival

Gather your family and friends and come to Toronto for the 2022 Street Eats Festival. It’s Toronto’s largest international street food festival celebrating diversity.

Scarborough Town Centre,

FRI-MON 12-8


100 Days of Summer by Art & Water

Canada’s first and only floating arts and culture festival running until September 5. “Performances will bring together songwriters, musicians, and other artists from all walks of life to deliver art and culture into the daily lives of Torontonians,” the description says. It’s not one to miss!

585 Queens Quay West & 1 Queens Quay West

Until Sept 5


The Colourway

The free outdoor pop-up, called The Colourway, is a series of rainbow arches made out of 5,000 recycled pool noodles. If you snap a photo of The Colourway, you’ll be given access to all kinds of deals and freebies at participating storefronts in the area, including free pizza, gym passes, clothing discounts, and more.

1479 Yonge St

Until June 24!


Choir! Choir! Choir!

Choir! Choir! Choir! is BACK in a BIG way. They couldn’t be more excited to be back on stage at Massey Hall, their very favourite Toronto venue. Get ready to fill a big, beautiful landmark concert hall with 2000+ voices along with Toronto’s favourite singing group.

masseyhall

FRI


The Inside Out Toronto 2SLGBTQ+ Film Festival

Bringing the world’s best 2SLGBTQ+ cinema to Toronto.

TIFF Bell Lightbox, 350 King Street West

Until June 5


Leslieville Farmers’ Market

The market is open!

Greenwood Park

SUN 9-2


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.

SAT 8-1





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