Cheers to the start of a brand new week, folks! As is the case always, there’s plenty to do and check out in the city. Especially with the upcoming Pride weekend activities. There’s even food and music events to go to as well, of course. See below for the full roundup of things to do in Toronto.
Here are some things to do in Toronto this week:
Pride Toronto 2022 Festival
The annual festival weekend for Pride Toronto 2022 is back this year from June 24-26 with marches, live entertainment and more. Along with the Toronto Pride Parade, there’s also going to be the Dyke March, Trans March and a host of performances by 2SLGBTQ+ artists. For the full lineup and programming, you can check the website.
Popsicle Cart Experience
Heading to Pride festivities? You can also check out a popsicle cart activation on June 23 and June 26 at The Village on Church Street. The cart will be offering Pride-inspired popsicle flavours like It’s Raining Mango, and Non-Binary Blueberry.
Reyna’s Unapologetic Drag Brunch
Reyna’s Pride Edition Unapologetic Drag Brunch is set to take place on June 26. Hosted by queens Jezebel Bardot and Vitality Black, there will be seatings at 11am and 2pm. Reservations for this can’t-be-missed event can be made online.
TD Toronto Jazz Fest
Check out the jazz festival of the season, starting from June 24 to July 3. There’ll be five ticketed shows, along with a wide mix of daily performances. Find out more about the full lineup and book tickets on the website.
Pinoy Night Market
Enjoy Filipino foods at the night market that’s taking place at Street Eats from June 24-26. You can look forward to some popular Toronto restaurants and bakeries as the vendors, including iSLAS, The Night Baker and others. The market will be open from 4pm – 12am.
“North America’s fastest growing tech conference” is back this year for another edition. The speaker lineup includes a selection of individuals from different fields and leading companies. The conference will go on until June 23.
BAR MIGNONETTE X FLORETTE POP UP
The one-day pop up on June 26 features a five-course prix fixe menu by the two teams’ chefs. Catch a seat from 5pm – 9pm at 794 Dundas Street West (second floor) to enjoy oysters, pasta, roasted lamb and more. Tickets can be booked via Tock.
Taste of Asia
The festival, which is taking place at Kennedy Road & Steeles Avenue East, is expected to have a variety of Asian F&B offerings from different parts of the continent. The three-day event will run from June 24-26.