Friday, September 9
Discover new recipes and products at the 27th annual Vegetarian Food Festival at Harbourfront Centre. Dedicated salad-heads and cooks simply looking for new ideas are invited to view demonstrations and visit exhibitors and vendors during this weekend-long festival.
Catch American Idol winner Scotty McCreary and the rest of the season 10 cast as their American Idols Live! tour rolls into Air Canada Centre. The show includes individual performances and energetic group numbers like Cee-Lo Green’s “Forget You” and a Journey mash-up.
Get ready for your dream wedding at Canada’s Bridal Show held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. The country’s premiere bridal event features hundreds of vendors, a fashion show, and amazing door prizes.
Saturday, September 10
Get excited for the opening weekend of the Toronto International Film Festival! From September 8 to 18 over 300 films are screened from all over the world. See this year’s highly anticipated films and maybe catch a glimpse of celebrities like George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Ryan Gosling who are all set to attend.
Enjoy the Fall spirit with the 35th annual Cabbagetown Festival. In celebration of the community, the streets are filled with a variety of entertainers, food vendors, and a lively parade.
See country music super star Keith Urban on his 2011 Get Closer world tour. Accompanied by The Perry Band, Urban is sure to please the crowd at the Air Canada Centre with his memorable hits.
Sunday, September 11
Celebrate the 20th anniversary of iconic rock band Pearl Jam at their Air Canada Centre concert. The band just kicked off the Canadian leg of its tour with plans to rock the arena for two nights. (The new Cameron Crowe-directed documentary Pearl Jam Twenty is also screening at TIFF.)
Kick up your heels as Kew Gardens hosts The Beach Celtic Festival. The east-end event embraces Irish and Celtic culture through traditional dances, music, and food.
Support emerging and established artists at the Sunnyside Beach Juried Art Show and Sale. Within the historic Sunnyside Pavillion—along the shore of Lake Ontario—you be privy to a variety of visual arts, installations, and live music during the final day of the event.