5100 Yonge St., TorontoCelebrate Canada’s birthday with fireworks and live entertainment. Held on July 1st every year. Free admission.
Festivals & Events
350 King Street West, TorontoAnnual celebration of French language cinema. More than 40 feature films presented. Held in March. Single tickets $12, student/seniors $10.
MississaugaAn Ontario Heritage Trust program, discover hidden gems and architectural marvels of Mississauga. Sites include the Grange/Robinson-Adamson House, the Mississauga
35 Carl Hall Rd., TorontoRadio station 102.1 The Edge presents its annual summer concert for rock music enthusiasts. Past headliners include Rise Against, A
195 Princes' Blvd., TorontoExpert advice and ideas for your home from more than 300 retailers and service providers. Held in September. General admission
222 Bremner Blvd., TorontoCanada’s largest gaming, horror, comic, science fiction and anime event. Watch the Canadian National Gaming Tournaments, Q&A sessions with experts,
235 Queens Quay W., TorontoThe country’s biggest book festival celebrating children’s literature. The ALOUD: A Celebration for Young Readers includes readings and talks with
235 Queens Quay W., TorontoShowcases Francophone artists over three days with a rich program of events and activities plus haute cuisine. Held in June.
255 Front St. W., TorontoNorth America’s largest consumer golf show features more than 300 exhibitors representing golf courses, destinations, accessories, equipment and more. Tips
255 Front St. W., TorontoAnnual consumer wine show with more than 1,500 wines, beers and spirits from around the world as well as culinary
235 Queens Quay W., TorontoSummer-long schedule of festivals and special events. Theme weekends feature international spectrum of music and cultures. Most events are free.
35 Carl Hall Rd., TorontoA weekend of heavy metal and hard rock music. Past performers at this summer concert include Rob Zombie, Billy Talent,
TorontoShowcase for Aboriginal creativity. Feature films, shorts, documentaries, radio, TV and more. Held in October. Screenings: $7.
255 Front St. W., TorontoThe “biggest and baddest” annual car show brings the sleekest and most glamourous modified imported cars to the city. Also
255 Front St. W., TorontoAnnual show features several hundred exhibitors and guest speakers with the latest trends on urban design and decorating. Held in
TorontoFamed comedy company features standup shows, galas and free street events. Past performers include Wayne Brady, Demetri Martin, Louis CK
909 Lake Shore Blvd. W., TorontoAnnual summer concert hosted by Toronto radio station Kiss 92.5, with performances by local and international pop stars. Held in
235 Queens Quay W., TorontoCelebrate South Asia’s dance, music and food. Held in August. Free admission.
TorontoOver 650 local, national and international artists entertain fans at 50 venues. Plus, the fest screens compelling music films, like
100 Princes' Blvd., TorontoMore than 800 artists, jewellers, potters and clothiers bring their creations to this annual shopping fest. Twice a year. Spring