9 Most Exciting Things To Do In Toronto This Summer
A bucket list for the season in the city! 🌞
Are you already planning out what to do this summer in Toronto? Now that it is finally June, it's the start of the summer season and tons of amazing festivals and events!
With so many events taking place, it would be impossible to do it all. So to help you plan what to do this summer with your friends, here are the 9 most exciting things to do in Toronto this summer.
Price: $30 per person
Address: Stanley Barracks at Hotel X Toronto, 111 Princes’ Blvd, Toronto
When: July 27 from 12:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Why you need to go: Sip a chilled glass of rose at this epic summer picnic.
Toronto Outdoor Picture Show
Address: Various parks across Toronto
When: June 15 - 16th at Fort York, Sundays from June 30 -August 25 at Christie Pitts, Thursdays from July 4 - 25 at Corktown Common Park, and Thursdays from August 8 - 22 at Bell Manor Park.
Why you need to go: Watch movies under the stars for free!
Glow In The Dark SUP Paddle Board
Price: $85 a person
Address: 13 Algonquin Bridge Road, Toronto
When: Tuesday, Friday and Saturday nights from June to September
Why you need to go: It is your chance to try glow in the dark SUP paddle board!
This Is Eye Candy
Price: $20 per person
Address: 322 ½ Queen Street West
When: All summer long from 11 am - 11 pm
Why you need to go: A pop-up spot with 12 super fun Instagrammable backdrops.
Waterfront Night Market
Price: Free admission
Address: Ontario Place, 993 Lake Shore Blvd. W
When: August 9 - 11
Why you need to go: Try some delicious Asian street food!
Canadian National Exhibition
Price: Admission $19.99 or $65.99 (includes unlimited midway rides on any one day)
Address: 210 Princes' Blvd, Toronto
When: August 16 - September 2
Why you need to go: Have a fun-filled day trying all the rides and eating tasty food.
Price: some free concerts & event, entry wristband is $29
Address: Yonge-Dundas Square, 1 Dundas St E
When: June 7 to 16
Why you need to go: At Toronto's music and gaming festival there will be tons of free concerts including Santigold, Cold War Kids and Killy.
Water Lantern Festival
Price: $33.99 per person
Address: 40 Lakeshore Rd E, Mississauga
When: August 10
Why you need to go: The magical event will have over 1000 lanterns floating on the water!
Shuttle Bus To Canadian Parks
Price: one free route, other prices vary
Address: various pickup points
When: all summer
Why you need to go: Get outdoors and explore Canada's stunning National and Provincial Parks!