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12 Totally Awesome Things To Do This Weekend In Toronto

June 23rd, 24th and 25th
12 Totally Awesome Things To Do This Weekend In Toronto

Happy Pride Festival weekend Toronto!! Hopefully everyone had a good week and is ready to kick back relax, and enjoy the summer fun. Whether you're broke, rich or just looking for some fun, there are plenty of cool things happening in the city this weekend. 

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This is a crazy busy weekend for Toronto. There are tons of events happening this weekend that you need to check out. Don't miss a thing, and check out our list below of cool events happening Friday, Saturday and Sunday: 

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NXNE Port Lands 2017 // 51 Commissioners St 

This popular music festival kicks off on Friday! Headliners include: Post Malone, Kaytranada and Passion Pit.

TD Taste Of Asia // Taste Of Asia

This delicious food festival is happening this weekend!! All the delicious festivities kick off on Friday.

Back In Da Day 90s/2000s Night at Fiction // 180 Pearl St

Dance the night away at this amazing 90's/00's dance party! Costumes encouraged.

NO NEON // 508 Queen St W

Come dance away your work week struggles at this event happening at The Velvet Underground on Friday.

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Arkells and July Talk with Mondo Cozmo and Said The Whale // 909 Lakeshore Blvd

The Arkells are headlining the Budweiser stage this weekend and it's going to be amazing! There's still time to get tickets.

Yohomo Presents: Love On Top // 31 Mercer St 

A queer afternoon rooftop Kiki! Come celebrate Pride weekend in Toronto on Saturday afternoon with food drinks and good times.

Resist: Dyke March // 55 Berkeley St  

The Toronto Dyke March is a political demonstration of critical mass, welcoming all self-identified dykes to create political and visible space. Pride weekend continues!

2017 Junction Summer Solstice Festival // The Junction

Come join the fun at Keele and Dundas. Welcome the summer with food, drinks, music and more.

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Kensington Market Art Fair // Kensington Market 

This outdoor market is the perfect way to spend your Sunday afternoon. Check out all the work from local Toronto artisans.

37th Annual Pride Parade // Downtown Toronto

This Sunday!! The annual pride parade takes over the city. Come, dress up, drink and be merry!

Floorwork & Werkshop Masterclasses // 619 Yonge St

Break a sweat this weekend at this master dance class from Ciera Adair.

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