No need to compromise, there’s something for everyone to do this weekend!
Festival season is still going strong, which means there’s a wide variety of events happening in Toronto that will appeal to anyone. We have some of our favourites below, check them out!
Toronto International BuskerFest
The last of the major festivals in the Toronto summer entertainment season, the festival is spontaneous, colourful and bursting with the unexpected. There is something for everyone; silent comedy and slapstick, daredevils and magicians, high skill circus acts and a wide variety of music, clowns, contortionists, acrobats, aerialists, puppets, fire and a few things we have no words to describe. More details on their website.
The Portuguese first introduced bread to Taiwan. The Dutch then brought buffalo and tomatoes. The Japanese built railroads and brought baseball. Koxinga, the Chinese military leader who defeated the Dutch, was born in Japan. This storied island has much to showcase as a place where cultures migrated and Indigenous cultures thrived and innovated. Explore some of the most remarkable generations of artists and ideas through TAIWANfest.
SoundBites is back! Come hungry as they see the triumphant return of the AwesTRUCK Food Truck Awards, featuring 30 of your favourite food trucks serving up curbside cuisine. SoundBites got big flavour and an even bigger sound with a live concert by July Talk, you won’t want to miss! Catch the Insauga Preshow, with performances by K.I.D. and Junia T! Summer never tasted so good!