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What's On In Toronto | Weekend July 1–3, 2016

What's On In Toronto | Weekend July 1–3, 2016

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Updated: 7 October 2016
Happy Canada Day Long Weekend, Toronto. Make the most of it – from art shows, to food festivals, and the annual Pride Parade – there’s plenty to keep you busy this holiday weekend.

FRIDAY


 HOLIDAY  |  Canada Day Festivities

Short on Canada Day plans? Follow our guide to make the most of Canada Day 2016 in Toronto this July 1st.

Canada Day fireworks in Barrie, Ontario | © DarrenBaker/Wikicommons

Canada Day fireworks | © DarrenBaker/Wikicommons

THEATRE  |  The Toronto Fringe Festival

Toronto’s favourite fringe theatre event is back with The Toronto Fringe Festival – and with over 150 shows across 30 venues, there’s plenty to see.

Fringe | © Jona Stuart / WikiCommons

Fringe | © Jona Stuart / WikiCommons


SATURDAY


MUSIC  |  Bud Light Digital Dreams Music Festival

Digital Dreams – your favourite electronic dance music festival – is back in Toronto this July long weekend, so don’t miss out.

Bassnectar | Courtesy of Bud Light Digital Dreams

Bassnectar | Courtesy of Bud Light Digital Dreams

MUSIC  |  TD Toronto Jazz Festival

Head to Toronto’s largest jazz event: with 1,500 musicians playing across the city, you’ll have plenty of opportunity to take in some jazzy tunes at the TD Toronto Jazz Festival.

Louis Armstrong - © World-Telegram staff photographer/wikicommons

Louis Armstrong – © World-Telegram staff photographer/wikicommons

FOOD  |  Toronto Rib Fest

What says summer better than barbecues and festivals? A *barbecue festival*, of course. Head to Toronto Rib Fest for a long weekend of festivities.

Toronto Rib Fest 2009 | © Jeff / Flickr

Toronto Rib Fest 2009 | © Jeff / Flickr


SUNDAY


ART  | past PRESENT future at ESP | Erin Stump Projects

Head to Toronto’s ESP | Erin Stump Projects gallery for the second part of the three-part exhibition, past PRESENT future, as artists – working both locally and abroad – explore that fickle concept of change.

Courtesy of Erin Stump Projects and the artist, Lauren Hall

Courtesy of Erin Stump Projects and the artist, Lauren Hall

PARADE  |  Pride Toronto Parade

Top off your long weekend, and celebrate all things Pride, at the 2016 Pride Toronto Parade. The city’s Pride Toronto Festival culminates with this festival favourite.

Gay pride 013 - Marche des fiertés Toulouse 2011.jpg | © Guillaume Paumier/Flickr

Gay pride 013 – Marche des fiertés Toulouse 2011.jpg | © Guillaume Paumier/Flickr


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