5 Fun Things To Do This Weekend in Toronto

To help you make the most out of your weekend, we’ve found 5 amazing events and activities that will keep you entertained. Check them out in this article.

The week is finally over, which means it’s time to slow down, recharge your batteries, and, of course, have some fun. And even though it’s tempting to stay at home and watch Netflix all day, there are so many amazing things you can do outside that will make your summer truly unforgettable. To help you make the most out of your weekend, we’ve found 5 amazing events and activities that will keep you entertained. Check them out below.

Celebrate Canada’s National Drink At Caesar Fest

Turn your average Summer Sunday into an epic Caesar Fun Day! Head over to the Fifth Social Club and enjoy delicious cocktails, live art, amazing entertainment, celebrity judges and so much more. Covering three levels, with over 6,000 square feet of area to drink and play in, including a rooftop terrace, with breath-taking views of the city, Caesar Fest is ramping up to be Canada’s largest dedicated festival surrounding this proudly Canadian iconic drink. For more information, click here.

Enjoy Free Music At The Big On Bloor Festival

This Saturday, July 21, Toronto will be hosting the Big On Bloor Festival presenting hundreds of culturally significant events, activities, displays and exhibitions. Come to the main stage at 1141 Bloor St. W. and enjoy free music from noon to midnight.

Take A Trip To The Toronto Islands


The Toronto Islands may be small, but there’s no shortage of things to do there. If you’d like to explore the islands at a clip, rent a bike from the Bicycle Centre or bring your own bike. Prefer water activities? Canoes and kayaks can be rented on the islands, but you can also boat over from Toronto if you own your own. The 18-hole disc golf course is also a cheap and cheerful island activity.

Spend Your Day In Rouge Park

If you’re feeling consumed by the city this summer, it couldn’t be simpler – or cheaper – to get up close and personal with nature. Newly launched this summer, the TD Rouge Park Express offers free shuttle service from downtown Toronto to Rouge National Urban Park. The park features over 50 square kilometres of wilderness just outside of the city confines. Here, you’ll find picnic tables, lush wetlands, hiking trails, flowing rivers, and a sandy beach.

Watch Free Outdoor Movies At The Christie Pits Film Festival

In the mood for a movie night? This Sunday, July 22, you will be able to watch Ocean’s Eleven at the Christie Pits Film Festival as part of Toronto Outdoor Picture Show’s Cinematic Cities programme. (And the best part is that it’s absolutely free!)  For more information, click here.

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