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What's On In Toronto | Weekend August 12-14, 2016

What's On In Toronto | Weekend August 12-14, 2016

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Updated: 7 October 2016
It’s the weekend… it’s summer… so, make the most of it, Toronto. We have you covered with the classic standbys: where to imbibe with craft beer, veggie-friendly eats, and Toronto’s hottest new show. Follow our guide for a few ideas to spark your Friday–Sunday itinerary planning.

FRIDAY


ART  | SummerWorks Performance Festival
For boundary pushing performance art, check out SummerWorks Performance Festival this August in Toronto. With 69 unique performances, it promises to be a packed 11 days of must-see programming.
Courtesy of SummerWorks

Courtesy of SummerWorks


SATURDAY


FOOD & DRINK  |  Roundhouse Summer Craft Beer Festival
Revel in the dog days of summer at Roundhouse Summer Craft Beer Festival. An afternoon spent in the park with food trucks and craft beer… Need we say more?
Beer | Public Domain/Pexels

Beer | Public Domain/Pexels

 

FOOD & DRINK  |  Vegan Food & Drink Festival

For 100% vegan libations and eats, head to Toronto’s historic Fort York for an all-vegan afternoon at the Vegan Food & Drink Festival, featuring comfort food, craft brews, wine and spirits.

Raw Vegan Patty | © Nuagecafe/Wikicommons

Raw Vegan Patty | © Nuagecafe/Wikicommons


SUNDAY


PERFORMANCE  |  Cirque du Soleil’s LUZIA

LUZIA: A Waking Dream of Mexico – Cirque du Soleil’s buzzed about new show – transports you to an imaginary Mexico. With rave reviews coming in, you’ll want to catch a performance in Toronto this summer before tickets sell out.

Luzia | © Factico/WikiCommons

Luzia | © Factico/WikiCommons

 

FOOD  |  Up Your Matcha Game

Matcha isn’t just for tea-time – from gelato, to lattes, to a matcha éclair – up your matcha experience at any of these ten matcha-loving spots in Toronto.

Japanese Special | Courtesy of Millie's Creperie


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