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11 Bucket List Things To Do At Caribana 2017 This Weekend In Toronto

It's that time of the summer again Toronto, Caribana weekend! As one of the most popular festivals in our city, things can get pretty wild. There are tons of amazing events happening all weekend long. Which ones will you pick?

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Whether you're into partying, food, parades or all of the above - this is the list for you. Here's a list of some of the coolest events happening that you don't want to miss:

#BAREGYAL Caribana // 410 Sherbourne

This safe space for women of colour kicks off Caribana weekend on August 3rd. Featuring acts such as: Tike the Creator, Herapatra and Amillionminds.

Caribana Sunday: Roy Woods // 180 Pearl St.

OVO Star Roy Woods will be at Fiction Night Club on Sunday to go off before OVO fest. Don't miss this up and coming star!

The Art Of Carnival // 779 Bathurst St. 

Enjoy some art by various Caribbean artists at this show running until August 9th.

Island Soul Late Night Reggae // 235 Queens Quay

Turn up at this reggae after party at Harbourfront Centre! Featuring some awesome artists. This is a 19+ event on August 5th.

Blockobana // Regent Park 

This queer positive outdoor celebration is happening on August 6th. It is a free event, and is sure to be a blast. Positive vibes only!

Day Lit with French Montana // 11 Polson St. 

Head over to Rebel on Friday to kick off the weekend with French Montana. live entertainment, drinks and more!

Grand Parade 2017 // Exhibition Place & Lakeshore

Everyone's favourite Caribana event is happening on Saturday August 5th. There will be masqueraders, steelpan performers, dancers and more!

SOCA X HIP HOP // 60 Simcoe St.

Soca x Hip Hop features 3 rooms and 2 sounds, with DJ's spinning some of the hottest tracks. This fancy dance and club night is happening at Roy Thompson Hall.

Foam Wet Fete Party // 82 Peter St. 

Claimed to be the best foam party at Caribana 2017, this amazing party happening at Orchid Night Club is going to be amazing.

6 Vibe // 184 Pearl St.

This popular club is going all out this Caribana weekend with 6 Vibe.

18TH Annual Official Hot 97 OVO Sound BET Caribana Party // 108 Peter St

This huge Caribana party with DJ's from NYC, Ottawa and Buffalo promises to be the biggest and best party of the weekend. You never know who you'll run into.

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