Happy Monday, Toronto! It’s been a busy summer for The 6ix so far and it doesn’t look like it’s about to slow down. There’s a lot going on during this week alone, with a whole bunch of festivals for wine, food, and music. We’ve got the deets on these cool events, so check out the full list below of things to do in Toronto from July 4-10.
Here are some things to do in Toronto this week:
TD Salsa on St. Clair
Bring out your inner dancing queen at the TD Salsa on St. Clair festival on July 9 & 10. The 2022 edition of the festival will have a variety of street food options, Latin music and entertainment. It’s free to attend and you can find the full line-up on the website.
Wine Fest Toronto
Ready to indulge in wines from all around the globe? The the Wine Fest Toronto on July 8 & 9 is the place to be. It’s being held at the city’s largest outdoor patio, RendezViews. The ticket prices start at $49 and can be purchased online.
Taste of Lawrence
The 18th Annual Taste of Lawrence Festival is taking place from July 8-10. The three-day foodie event will also include live performances, rides, and music. You can head to Lawrence Avenue between Warden and Birchmount to join in on the fun.
Toronto Fringe Festival
Check out over 100 shows with contemporary and experimental theatre, comedy, solo shows and more – all chosen by lottery. The festival hosts around 140 companies from around Canada and the world in 30+ theatre venues for 12 days. There’s also a variety of free programming at Fringe’s pop-up patio, POSTSCRIPT. The full programming from July 6-17 is available online.
The Alice: An Immersive Cocktail Experience
Go down the rabbit hole to Wonderland with this unique 90-minute journey. The interactive experience features a party with varied cocktails, treats, puzzles and more. You’ll even get the chance to create your own cocktails at this one-of-a-kind event. Tickets are priced at $47 per person and you can purchase them online.
From shawarmas and kulfi (ice cream) to BBQ items and a pop-up bazaar, there’s plenty to sample at the Eid Fest, taking place at the Street Eats Market. The event is happening from July 8-10 at the Scarborough Town Centre and registration can be done via Eventbrite.
Machine Gun Kelly Tour
The musician is set to have a performance at the Scotiabank Arena on July 6. The tour also has Avril Lavigne and Iann Dior as special guests. Tickets for the concert can be purchased via Ticketmaster.