What’s on in Toronto

Toronto Pride photo

Toronto Pride

26 - 28 June 2020

Pride Parade follows a route down Yonge Street.

Toronto Pride is one of the largest gay and lesbian celebrations in the world. It attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors each June who participate in the festival's variety of …

Toronto Pride

26 - 28 June 2020

Pride Parade follows a route down Yonge Street.

Toronto Pride is one of the largest gay and lesbian celebrations in the world. It attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors each June who participate in the festival's variety of events. Every year, a different theme sets the tone for the activities and events on the programme, culminating in the massive Pride Parade and the Dyke March.

Website www.pridetoronto.com

Contact Photography Festival photo

Contact Photography Festival

TBC 2020

Various galleries, museums, art centres and other public places in Toronto.

Elevating photography beyond the simple snapshot, the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival is a premier cultural experience in Canada. It highlights the enduring significance of…

Contact Photography Festival

TBC 2020

Various galleries, museums, art centres and other public places in Toronto.

Elevating photography beyond the simple snapshot, the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival is a premier cultural experience in Canada. It highlights the enduring significance of photography in modern life, and celebrates talent and innovation in the art form. CONTACT now features more than 1,500 photographers and artists at more than 200 venues across Toronto. The festival attracts crowds of nearly two million people, making it the largest photography event in the world. Some of the exhibitions are public installations which decorate outdoor and urban spaces wonderfully.

Website scotiabankcontactphoto.com/

Toronto Jazz Festival photo

Toronto Jazz Festival

18 - 28 June 2020

Numerous locations in downtown. The main stage is at Nathan Phillips Square.

No self-respecting Canadian city can go without hosting an annual jazz festival, and Toronto offers one of the best on the continent. The 10-day TD Toronto Jazz Festival attracts j…

Toronto Jazz Festival

18 - 28 June 2020

Numerous locations in downtown. The main stage is at Nathan Phillips Square.

No self-respecting Canadian city can go without hosting an annual jazz festival, and Toronto offers one of the best on the continent. The 10-day TD Toronto Jazz Festival attracts jazz celebrities from all over the world, and now draws more than 500,000 fans each year. While around 1,500 musicians feature in the festival at 40 locations in the city, the main hub of the jazz festival is Nathan Phillips Square in the heart of downtown Toronto. The venue is a good source of information on what's showing and who's playing.

Website www.torontojazz.com

Toronto Taste photo

Toronto Taste

14 June 2020


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Toronto Taste is a celebration of exquisite cuisine, fine wines and stunning waterfront scenery. The annual fundraising event brings together more than 70 top chefs and 30 of Ontar…

Toronto Taste

14 June 2020


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Toronto Taste is a celebration of exquisite cuisine, fine wines and stunning waterfront scenery. The annual fundraising event brings together more than 70 top chefs and 30 of Ontario's premier vintners and beverage companies, and is the biggest fundraising event supporting Canada's largest food-rescue charity, Second Harvest. The charity collects perishable food that would otherwise go to waste and redistributes it to community organisations that feed hungry people in Toronto. The festival has raised funds for as many as 1.9 million meals, making Toronto Taste not only a memorable celebration of cuisine, but also a major contributor to a worthy cause.

Website secondharvest.ca/toronto-taste/

Toronto International Film Festival photo

Toronto International Film Festival

TBC

Various

The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is perhaps the largest of its kind that is open to the general public. Unlike Sundance and Cannes, which screen a number of independe…

Toronto International Film Festival

TBC

Various

The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is perhaps the largest of its kind that is open to the general public. Unlike Sundance and Cannes, which screen a number of independent features and world-cinema projects, Toronto's famous film festival has a glamorous Hollywood sheen to it. Many filmmakers and studio bosses consider it to be a successful launching platform for the crazy awards season that eventually climaxes with the Academy Awards in February. TIFF screens nearly 400 films at various venues in downtown Toronto, attracting audiences amounting to more than 480,000 people, with only around 5,000 of them industry professionals.

Website www.tiff.net/tiff/

Toronto Fringe Theatre Festival photo

Toronto Fringe Theatre Festival

TBC 2020


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The Fringe Festival continues to be Toronto's liveliest grassroots-theatre experience. Throughout the city, thousands of artists perform comedy, cabaret, music, poetry, drama and c…

Toronto Fringe Theatre Festival

TBC 2020


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The Fringe Festival continues to be Toronto's liveliest grassroots-theatre experience. Throughout the city, thousands of artists perform comedy, cabaret, music, poetry, drama and classics to their adoring crowds. What sets the Toronto Fringe Festival apart is that judges do not select its list of plays. Instead, a lottery process determines participation, giving all entrants an equal chance to perform. This ensures a huge variety of productions and a festival that consistently leads to the discovery of fresh artists and plays.

Website www.fringetoronto.com

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