Friday, July 17, 2015

Happening Weekend: Art, Culture & Beer!

Toronto Events Listing for July 17 - 19, 2015

One of the many reasons I love Toronto are the endless variety of amazing things to do in this city, especially on the weekends. And this weekend is no exception. From free concerts to PANamania, there are so many events happening across this fabulous city.

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Here are my top picks for amazing events and happenings to do this weekend!:

The Pan Am Games are still in full swing. Tickets are still available to plenty of competitions, and there are daily events, free concerts and parties downtown.

Ontario Celebration Zone down at Harbourfront is still rocking! Free concerts, a rock climbing wall, and zip line make this a popular spot to spend the day!

Exhibits & Culture:
Panamania has gripped Toronto and it's amazing! The arts and culture festival inspired by the Pan Am/Parapan Am Games has plenty of fabulous things to see and do including stunning art installations and theatre, as well as free concerts.

Need a breather from all the excitement outdoors? Visit the AGO for some breathtaking Canadian Art exhibits like the Emily Carr and Stephen Andrews exhibitions.

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Theatre & Music:
The Beaches International Jazz Festival continues this weekend with plenty of free concerts and events.

Rock out like it's 1995 at the Vans Warped Tour at Molson Canadian Amphitheatre today. Under 18? Bring a parent for free!

Food & Drink:
Thirsty? The 12 Beers of Summer takes place at the Gladstone Hotel on Friday. All you can drink craft beers and karaoke for $20! Sounds like a deal!

The Ossington Sidewalk sale takes place on Saturday with alot of your favourite stores offering up some great deals!

Toronto Urban Collective is taking over 99 Sudbury on Sunday with a fabulous pop-up sale. Toronto-based artists, designers, food-makers, and more will all be selling their wares while listening to DJ's pump out tunes. Advance tickets are $5 or $7 at the door.

P.s!: Check out my What's Happening Page for a listing of some fabulous art exhibits to see or my Explore Toronto link for amazing places to explore in the city!


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