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What's On In Toronto | Weekend July 8–10, 2016

Picture of Culture Trip
Updated: 22 December 2016
This weekend is all art, eats, and festivals. It’s also going to be a scorcher, Toronto. So, whether you’re feeling indoor galleries or outdoor galleries, salsa dancing or food festing, we have you guide to make the most of your weekend.

FRIDAY


ART  |  Toronto Outdoor Art ExhibitionWith over 300 artists showing off their works and a beer garden, what more could you want? Head to Nathan Philips Square for a weekend of artsy fun in the great outdoors (of downtown Toronto) at the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition.
Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition | © DGriebeling / Flickr

Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition | © DGriebeling / Flickr


SATURDAY


FOOD & DANCE  |  Salsa on St. Clair

TD Salsa In Toronto Festival, one of the largest ‘Latino-themed’ in Canada, is back this July; don’t miss festival favourite, Salsa on St. Clair.

Salsa | © Václav Synáček / Flickr

Salsa | © Václav Synáček / Flickr

 

FOOD  |  TO Food Fest

Calling all food festival fans: Toronto’s hottest chefs and restaurants serve samples of their signature dishes all weekend long at TO Food Fest.

Food Truck | © Star5112 / Flickr

Food Truck | © Star5112 / Flickr


SUNDAY


FESTIVAL  |  Afrofest

Head to Afrofest, Toronto’s celebration of African music and culture featuring dance, theatre, food, kids activities, poetry and food.

Group OSHALA from Benin in Saint Petersburg | © Ninaras / WikiCommons

Group OSHALA from Benin in Saint Petersburg | © Ninaras / WikiCommons

 

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


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