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What's On In Toronto | Weekend July 22–24, 2016

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Updated: 22 December 2016
This weekend we’re embracing the finer things in life: from imbibing on rooftops, culinary adventures with Summerlicious, and catching jazzy tunes in the Beaches, what more could you want from summer in the city?


MARKET  |  Waterfront Night Market

The 7th Annual Waterfront Night Market is back for another weekend of Asian-themed festivities – from street food, to over 120 vendors selling delicacies, unique goods, sports, art, entertainment, jewelry and cultural souvenirs, there’s no shortage of culture.

Night Market | © Matt Zhang / Flickr

Night Market | © Matt Zhang / Flickr

DRINKS  |  Explore Toronto’s Best Rooftop Patios

The only thing better than patio is rooftop patio season. Experience the city from new heights with the top 10 rooftop bars in Toronto.

Thompson Hotel Rooftop Bash, July 2012 Fashion Notes | © George Socka / Flickr

Thompson Hotel Rooftop Bash, July 2012 Fashion Notes | © George Socka / Flickr



FOOD  |  Summerlicious

Toronto’s favourite restaurant event, Summerlicious, is back with special three-course prix fixe lunch & dinner menus at the city’s hottest spots. Not sure where to get started? Take a peek at our list of 18 must-try restaurants for Summerlicious 2016.




DRINKS  |  Toronto’s Festival of Beer

Beer lovers, rejoice: Toronto’s Festival of Beer is bringing together more than 300 beers from 60 brewers for a beer sampling dream. Want to win a pair of free tickets? We’ve got the deets on how to enter.




MUSIC  |  Beaches International Jazz Festival

Head to the Beaches for a jazzy time this weekend. The Beaches International Jazz Festival features everything from jazz and blues, to reggae, hip-hop, African, Caribbean, South American, Latino and more. Check out our round-up of the 7 acts you can’t miss.

Louis Armstrong - © World-Telegram staff photographer/wikicommons

Louis Armstrong – © World-Telegram staff photographer/wikicommons


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