We’re entering our second week of July and thanks to Canada day the vibes in Toronto have sky rocketed. With an endless amount of options to keep you out in the sun for as long as possible, we’ve picked a couple events that shouldn’t be overlooked.
In order to not be hungry, one must eat. Rib Fest recently passed but this entire month is dedicated to something called “Summerlicious” so you haven’t missed anything yet. Summerlicious
is the sister event to Winterlicious, a citywide event where various restaurants create price reduced prix fix menus resulting in multiple reservations for one - on from July 7th
to the 23rd
If you’re trying to kick back and watch a lil something, there is no shortage on live arts and entertainment. The Fringe Festival
is an indie festival that has been steadily growing for the past 3 decades - currently on from the 5th
through the 16th
. If you missed out on the recent TD Jazz Fest with acts such as Robert Glasper and Gregory Porter, you’ll definitely want to hit the Beaches International Jazz Fest
, which starts July 7th
til the 30th
Last but not least for all the gear heads out there, the Honda Indy Toronto
is back this summer taking over the Exhibition Place grounds from the 14th
to the 16th
If you’ve come this far and nothing has you jumping off your seat and into the sun… at least you’re now informed of some of the amazing events going on this city. Trust us; this is only a glimpse of what July has to offer.