Cheapies & Freebies

Beaches Jazz Festival
Beaches Jazz Festival Has Events Throughout July

Beaches Jazz Festival is a free month-long music festival, with concerts in the Beach community and around Toronto’s eastern neighbourhoods. Stage concerts entertain families and jazz lovers in several different parks, and also closes traffic on Queen Street East during StreetFest. The Festival offers concerts at various locations: Woodbine Park
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Field Trip Music Festival
Field Trip Music Festival Offers Free Kids Tickets

For the first time since 2017, Field Trip Music & Arts Festival returns to Fort York & Garrison Common. All ages are welcome at Field Trip and children 12 years old and under can even attend the event for free (two children per General Admission ticket). This deal also includes
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Porch View Dances
Porch View Dances: Discovery Walk by Kaeja d’Dance

Porch View Dances: Discovery Walk is the 2022 iteration of the 11th annual beloved festival by Kaeja d’Dance. In an interactive treasure hunt, your senses and imagination soar throughout the Seaton Village neighbourhood. Engage in-person with live and virtual performances as their PVD tour guide escorts you to a series
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Canadian Tire Summer Celebration
Canadian Tire Sparks Joy with the Summer of the Century Celebration

To celebrate their 100th birthday and the official kick-off of summer, Canadian Tire turns heads with the Summer of the Century Celebration! They are lining the front lawns of nearly 50 homes (sprawling two city blocks!) in the East End with an over-the-top, whimsical and floatie-filled celebration of summer. Open
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BD Beats
BD Beats Brings Live Music to Broadview Danforth

Get ready for Broadview Danforth BIA’s BD Beats! East end residents are cheering for the return of live outdoor music, with live music running through the summer at three music hubs on Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays. Schedule: Thursday, June 30 & Sunday July 3: Tim Bovaconti Band — Tim Bovaconti
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Canada Day Event Guide
Canada Day Event Guide for Toronto and the GTA

Canada Day is a special time to celebrate the *best country in the world* (okay, I’m biased) as well as all the cultures and peoples that encompass it. The day’s activities and events vary from small neighbourhood get-togethers to food and culture festivals, and also to spectacular firework displays. So,
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Rhythms of Canada Festival
Rhythms of Canada Festival at the Aga Khan Museum

Rhythms of Canada Festival celebrates our diverse tapestry at the Aga Khan Museum and the Ismaili Centre. The festival showcases local arts and culture with activities for all ages, including live performances and magic shows, crafts and family tours of the museum. Also, there is a souk-style Festival Market and
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Toronto Fringe Festival
Toronto Fringe Festival Brings Back KidsFest

Toronto Fringe Festival, Ontario’s largest theatre festival, returns to an in-person event for 2022 with a full program. The festival includes KidsFest, whose shows are intended for families and run early in the day. For KidsFest shows, tickets are only $5 per child, and babes-in-arms are free. They also host
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BIG on Bloor
BIG on Bloor Festival Takes Over Bloordale

BIG on Bloor Festival returns for its 15th year with an in-person car-free takeover of the Bloordale neighbourhood, on Bloor Street West from Dufferin to Lansdowne. Hybrid art projects also continue into August. The festival celebrates community magic, creativity, and diversity through arts and culture, while showing love to the
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Toronto Public Library Summer
Toronto Public Library Summer Programs Are Back!

The Toronto Public Library branches are open and ready to entertain and teach families throughout the summer. Kids can join a reading club and hang out at a local branch. Plus, little ones can learn to read and teens find books and resources just for them. Toronto Public Library Summer
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