JerkFest 2017

JerkFest 2017

JerkFest celebrates the world-renown jerk cuisine. Its a fusion of jerk food, pulsating music, family friendly entertainment and good vibes – all under the Toronto sun.
Headliners for this year’s festival include: Brian McKnight, Maxi Priest and Freddie Jackson
There will be other foods on offer and remember to take CASH with you (save on ATM fees!). Take a chair/blanket and enjoy the day!

Scarborough Ribfest Festival 2017

Scarborough Ribfest Festival 2017

The Scarborough Ribfest celebrates its 16th anniversary at Thomson Memorial Park from August 4 – 7, 2017. At this festival you can enjoy delicious ribs, hot dogs, french fries, corn on the cob, midway rides, and skill testing games karaoke competition everyday, creative designs by crafters and vendors and all day beer garden.
Toronto Food Truck Festival 2017

Toronto Food Truck Festival 2017

Woodbine Park has never tasted this delicious before. Back for another year, The Toronto Food Truck Festival is serving up some real must-eats! As always, admission is free and there’s something for everyone. Entertain yourself with some of Toronto’s best local talent and participate in our live-eating challenges!
Taste of India Food Festival 2017

Taste of India Food Festival 2017

Taste of India Food Festival 2017 would be one of the largest festival in Toronto, attracting over 10,000 patrons from diverse sectors to celebrate Canada's 150th year of commemoration under one roof to take pride and enjoy the great heritage of Indian food and cultures.
Montréal's Italian Week Festival  2017

Montréal's Italian Week Festival 2017

Montréal’s Italian Week promotes the Italian-Canadian community and honours its people, passions, culture and traditions. This 10-day festival offers a wide array of activities throughout the city celebrating cultural diversity, sporting prowess, fashion, gastronomy, world-class music, the great outdoors, children, arts and our proud Italian heritage.
Toronto Caribbean Carnival 2017

Toronto Caribbean Carnival 2017

The Grand Parade is the largest event of the Toronto Caribbean Carnival. This event continues to attract local, regional, national, and international attention by visitors and media. It is the highlight of the annual Festival. After months of preparation, masqueraders in colourful and striking costumes and steel pan bands wind their way from Exhibition Place moving east along Lakeshore Boulevard and returning to Exhibition Place. The road becomes the stage for the masqueraders and steelpan performers. It truly is something you can’t miss.
Go Topless Day Canada 2017

Go Topless Day Canada 2017

Go Topless Day returns to Canada this August. On this day, people in cities around the world are invited to stand up for women's right to go topless in public. This year, GoTopless Day falls precisely on Women's Equality Day, Aug 26. It is indeed on Aug 26, 1920 that women earned their right to vote on the basis of Gender Equality. In 1971, the US Congress has made Aug 26 into a nationally recognized date and named it "Women's Equality Day".
Art and Music Ontario Festival 2017

Art and Music Ontario Festival 2017

The Art & Music Ontario festival celebrates a range of Ontario art and music in honour of the province’s 150th anniversary. This free admission 4-day festival will showcase Ontario’s artsy side with lots of activities, entertainment, food and beverages. So join us and maybe get a little creative yourself.
CNE HorseCapades 2017

CNE HorseCapades 2017

A delightful and free introduction to horses, the CNE's interactive horse program returns this year, taking place from July 29 to August 17
It is a wonderful interactive program that takes place from 11 am to 2 pm each day in the two weeks before the CNE opens.
Designed for the young and the young at heart, HorseCapades sweeps you away from city life and into the magical world of the horse.
Toronto Beer Festival 2017

Toronto Beer Festival 2017

At the Toronto Beer Festival, sample beers from around the world as well as a number of local brands from the Ontario Craft Brewers. There’s also music entertainment with well-known headliners.
Tickets for Toronto’s Festival of Beer sell out in advance every year (especially Saturday’s) and can be purchased online.