FRIDAY IS HERE!! Finally, we can all celebrate the weekend. Take a break from school or work this weekend to just enjoy this summer. You deserve it! Don't worry if you don't know what to do, we got you covered.\nREAD MORE: 12 Late Night Date Ideas For You And Your BF To Try This Summer In Toronto\nThis weekend there are so many fun events going on in Toronto, and to our advantage most of them are FREE! Here is what's going on this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.\nFriday\nSaturday\nSunday\nFor "Friday" click next.\nFriday\nThe Pack A.D/Ginger Ale & The Monowhales (Indie Fridays) // 1 Dundas St E\nA free concert every Friday starting at 8 pm! Make sure you arrive early to get good seats, this is a show you won't want to miss out on!\nShakura S’Aida (Live on the Patio) // 60 Simcoe St\nAdmission is FREE! Shakura S'Aida is a powerful Maple Blues Award winning vocalist who is someone you need to see at least once in your life.\nCockney Rejects // 508 Queen St W\nThe Cockney Rejects will be performing alongside with The Strike, The Brass, The Class Assassins, King Cans, and Dirty Work. It's going to be quite a show!\nDawson City Frozen In Time // 506 Bloor St W\nShowcasing a bizarre but true history of footage that was lost for over fifty years, Dawson City Frozen In Time will be premiering at the Hot Docs festival.\nBlack Gold Presents Belly! // 608 College Street\nCelebrating the best of black cinema and its heroes from then ‘til now. If you're a fan of old school hip hop or just an admirer of music in general, this will be perfect for you. Black Gold is excited to present the 1998 hip-hop classic cult film, BELLY!\nSaturday For "Saturday" click next!\nSaturday\nMusic City Summer Series // 1 Trinity Street\nLocated in Distillery District, celebrating Canadian talent and the best artists on the Canadian scene! Sit back and relax some awesome music, that we're sure you're bound to like.\nBeaches International Jazz Festival // 1695 Queen St E\nAdmission is FREE!! Bring your closest friends and enjoy the amazing Jazz festival. Showcasing the finest in Big Bang, Swing, Dixieland, Smooth, and many more sounds!\nNorthern Passages // 235 Queens Quay West\nGet educated on different cultures in Canada this weekend! Take a trip to the Arctic to experience throat singers, storytellers, films and folk musicians.\nToronto FC Vs. Colorado Rapids // 170 Princes' Blvd\nCatch a soccer game with your friends this weekend! Located at BMO Field, home of Toronto FC.\nA-Trak At Cabana Pool Bar // 11 Polson Pier\nA-Trak will be at Cabana Pool Bar for their Splash Saturdays! You will want to round the troops for this one! ALSO make sure to bring ID, this is a 19+ event.\nFor Sunday, click next!\nSunday\nSunday Serenades // 5100 Yonge St\nFREEE outdoor concert! Mel Lastman Square has a series of Ontario's best live swing, big band, and jazz acts. Dance the night away with your friends to the sounds of the roaring 30s, 40s, and 50s.\nThe Rosé Picnic // 100 Garrison Rd\nThe inaugural Rosé Picnic takes place at Fort York, with food and picnic baskets, live music, and oh yeah, PLENTY of wine. ALSO, just a heads up, you’ll need to wear pink and/or white to enter.\nPort United Band // 5450 Lawrence Ave East\nAnother free concert!! Port United dabble in everything from Rock, Pop and Reggae. They are a cover band based in Toronto!\nGhielmi Frey Duo // 479 Queens Quay W\nIf you have a taste for classical music, you will love this! Performing in the gorgeous Toronto Music Garden, The Ghielmi Frey Duo will be starting at 4 pm.\nYoga Flow Prana Pool Party, 11 Polson Pier\nGet flexible this Sunday! Yoga begins at 11 am -12:30 pm. Bring your girls and your own mat. Also, remember to bring ID, this is a 19+ event!