It's pride month in Toronto and that means it's time to start celebrating and a chance to check out all the events and parties being put on in celebration of pride in Toronto.\nNaturally there are a ton of events being staged over the course of this month by Toronto's Pride organization, too many to count really.\nSo here's our picks for the top 10 must attend events over the course of the next month. 10. AGO First Thursdays Date: 7:00-11:30 p.m. June 7Location: The AGO\n@agotorontoembedded via\nFor one Thursday night Pride will be taking over the AGO to throw a massive party. According to its website Pride will be filling the gallery with music, dance, stories and art. There will even be a 19+ cash bar.\nAll the information on tickets and what kind of performances there will be can be found here.\n9. Showtunes Karaoke\nDate: 8:00 p.m., June 11 Location: 51 Mercer St\n@clubspin_murangaembedded via\nIf you've ever wanted to let out your inner Broadway star this is a can't miss event for you. And unlike regular Karaoke were you just sing along to a backing track here you'll have the chance to sing in with A LIVE BAND.\nTickets are available through Second City's website here.\n8. Cabana Pool Party\nDate: 6:00-11:00 p.m., June 14Location: 11 Polson St\n@fergcantonembedded via\nThis is your chance to hang out in a pool with jaw dropping views of the Toronto skyline in the background for all your Instagram needs. There will obviously be some amazing cocktails there as well!\nTickets are available though Toronto's Pride website.\n7. Friday Night Live at the ROM\nDate: 7:00 p.m. - Midnight June 15Location: The ROM\n@micheledeloryembedded via\nThe ROM will also be throwing a party in honour of Pride. Pride's website promises "DJs, Drag Queens, Performers, and Artists… all blended bodaciously with yummy pop-up food vendors, drinks, and access to the ROM’s glittering galleries"\nTickets can be found here, note this is a 19+ event.\n6. Gay Day Goes Wet ‘n’ Wild Date: June 16Location: Wet 'n' Wild, 7855 Finch Ave W. Brampton\n@wetnwildtorontoembedded via\nA little bit off the board with this one because it's in Brampton instead of downtown Toronto. But as Pride says "Pride Month has become an annual staple in on the Toronto calendar, we have the absolute pleasure of extending our programming to include even more groups and communities."\nThis will be an all day event held at Wet 'n' Wild and since it's on a Saturday you're more than welcome to take a day trip there.\n5. Toronto Island Party\nDate: 1:00-9:00 p.m., June 17Location: Gibraltar Point, Toronto Islands\n@rrrraaayembedded via\nThis is an all-day dance party and celebration happening at Gibraltar Point. You can even get a chartered ferry to the event.\nThere will be "DJs spinning happy, sunshine-y house, some retro music retro, performances, cocktails – including specialty concoctions from our pals at Sauza Tequila – and art installations."\nYou're also asked to bring your bathing suit. Tickets are on Pride's website.\n4. Aids Candlelight Vigil\nDate: 9:00 p.m. June 19 Location: Barbara Hall Park\n@bhamcathedralembedded via\nWhile Pride is mainly a month of celebration its also a chance to reflect on the members of the community who have lost their lives over the years or been affected by HIV/AIDS.\n"They were fighters, advocates, supporters, caregivers, researchers, and lovers," says Pride Toronto's website. This is 100% free to attend all the details can be found a the event Facebook page.\n3. Night at the Aqueerium\nDate: 8:00 - Midnight, June 22 Location: Ripley's Aquarium\n@wonderwithviviembedded via\nRipley's Aquarium will also be getting in on the pride celebrations this year with the perfectly named Night at the Aqueerium.\nThere will be DJ's, drag queens, refreshments, and a photo booth! This is a 19+ event and tickets can be found on the Ripley's website here.\n2. Street Fair\nDate: June 22 - June 24Location: Multiple Locations\nVia Pride Toronto\nThe annual Pride street fair will be back and bigger than ever. The street fair will be set up along multiple streets in downtown Toronto, including Church, Wellesley, and Alexander streets. As well as a new extension from Carlton to Dundas Street. The fair is a chance to see local organizations, artisans, and businesses offering a wide range of products for sale.\n1. The Pride Parade\nDate: 2:00 p.m. June 24 Location: Parade starts at the corner of Bloor and Church Streets.\firstname.lastname@example.org via\nYes the most recognizable event of the whole month is the Pride Parade through downtown Toronto. With more than 120 groups marching in Pride Toronto’s Pride Parade this year its one of the largest in North America.\nThere will be all sorts of floats and groups to see so be sure to mark it on you calendar.