Happy Monday, Toronto! Summer vibes are still going strong and there’s definitely no shortage of things to do in Toronto this week. From outdoor movies, concerts, and dining, we’re here to let you know about some entertaining activities to keep you refreshed and recharged. Want to find out more? Check out our list of activities below.
Here are some things to do in Toronto this week (June 28-July 2):
Lavazza Drive-In Film Festival 2021
Taking place at Ontario Place from June 27th to July 17th, 2021, the event will feature a program showcasing acclaimed films from across the globe from 16 different countries. The lineup includes a variety of films of North American and Canadian Premieres, like Robert De Niro’s latest film, The Comeback Trail, and the uplifting British film, Dream Horse. Details about tickets and the full lineup can be found here.
CityView Drive-In Concerts
It’s not surprising that drive-in events are quickly gaining popularity as entertainment options. This can be seen more with concerts and this week, you too can catch a performance at CityView. Kardinal Offishall will be performing on June 30th, Wednesday and it’s completely free. Register your vehicle here.
Dine Out At A Patio
What better way to enjoy the summer skies than with an outdoor meal with loved ones? With patios continuing to reopen in the 6ix, the list of places to check out is truly endless. Luckily for you, we’ve got you sorted on some of our best options right here.
See also: 10 Best Café Patios Now Open in The 6ix
Movies Under The Stars
Starting July 1st, the drive-in cinema at Downsview Park will be happening again this year. Formerly known as Friday Night Lights, the family-friendly line-up features a collection of animated movies, with the first one being The Croods: A New Age. Check out their website for details on tickets and registration.
Picnic At The Park
Soak in the sun and enjoy the fresh air with a relaxing picnic at the park. There are definitely some great spots to choose from in different neighborhoods in the 6ix. So grab some shades, sunscreen, and a picnic basket.
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