April 27, 2015
Toronto Festival Guide - July 2015
Remember: Please ALWAYS check with website for exact dates, etc. as details may change after the listing is posted here. More festivals will be added once dates are confirmed.
Canada Day Festivities
This year Canada Day falls on Wednesday, July 1 which means no long weekend to celebrate but we still get the Wednesday off!
The Fringe - Toronto's Theatre Festival
Jul 1-12 2015
The festival provides all artists, emerging and established, with the opportunity to produce their play no matter the content, form or style. It also tries to make the event as affordable and accessible as possible for the members of the community.
|Location: Various venues|
|Website || Twitter #fringeTO|
Taste of Toronto
Jul 2-5, 2015
Taste of Toronto is comprised of 6 half-day sessions that last between 4-5 hours giving guests the time to enjoy their pick of restaurant dishes, browse the artisan stalls and enjoy some of the many attractions including the Taste Theatre, Metro Master Class, the Tasting Room, a Taste VIP Lounge and a Music Stage.
|Location: Fort York, 250 Fort York Boulevard|
|Tickets || Website || Twitter|
Jul 3-5, 2015: 11am-4pm
Celebrate KidsFest at Centreville. Enjoy a weekend full of games, bouncing castles, clowns, face painting, colouring stations and live entertainment. The only thing you have to pay for is the ferry ride over to the islands.
Please note: Centreville rides and All Day Ride Passes are not included as part of this event.
|Location: Centreville, Centre Island, Toronto Islands|
|Website || Twitter || FREE|
Taste of Lawrence Festival
Jul 3-5, 2015
Three days of non-stop food and entertainment take over Lawrence Avenue East as 200,000+ people attend this festival. Experience nonstop international talent on two stages. Win fantastic prizes.
|Location: Lawrence Ave E. (Warden Ave-Birchmount Rd)|
|Website || Twitter || FREE Streetfest|