1. Canadian National Exhibition

    The “Ex” is an 18-day extravaganza with 65 rides on a frenetic midway, themed pavilions, performers of all kinds – from musicians to dancers to jugglers – nightly fireworks, and a dazzling international airshow starring the world-renowned Canadian Air Force Snowbirds.

    Exhibition Pl

    • mid-Aug–Labour Day

    Airshow, Canadian National Exhibition
  2. Canada Day

    This national holiday observes the anniversary of the founding of Canada, in 1867. Festivities include free concerts at Nathan Phillips Square and Queen’s Park.

    • Jul 1

    Children celebrating Canada Day
  3. Festival Caravan

    Toronto’s multiculturalism is celebrated under one roof at the Metro Convention Centre, each pavilion representing a different culture. Dancing, music, food, and more.

    Metro Convention Centre

    • 255 Front St W

    • Oct

    • 416 585 8134

  4. Royal Agricultural Winter Fair

    North America’s largest indoor exhibition of agriculture features all manner of farm animals and products. Horticulture and equestrian shows, and then some.

    Exhibition Pl

    • early Nov

    Horse show, Royal Agricultural Winter Fair
  5. Toronto International Carnival

    What began as Caribana, a local celebration of Caribbean culture, is now North America’s largest street festival, as revelers enjoy island food to rhythmic beats. The highlight is the parade along Lake Shore Blvd: costumed dancers strut their stuff to soca, played by exuberant steel bands atop colorful floats.

    • late Jul

    Carnival costume
  6. Milk International Children’s Festival

    You’ll find family entertainment galore at this mainly free festival for kids. Performances of dance, music, theater, and puppetry will enchant the wee ones.

    • Harbourfront

    • mid-May

  7. Toronto WinterCity Festival

    This festival fills two mid-winter weeks with lots of reasons to head outdoors, among them kids’ events, circus performances, concerts, and fireworks. Many top attractions and restaurants offer special discounts.

    • late Jan–Feb

    Toronto WinterCity Festival
  8. Sprockets Toronto

    The best in contemporary and classic children’s film is presented in this satellite of the Toronto International Film Festival. Features and shorts are geared to ages 3 to 18. Workshops offer kids a behind-the-scene glimpse of moviemaking.

    • mid-Apr

  9. Toronto Festival of Storytelling

    All ages are invited to listen as storytellers weave tales at venues around the city. This multicultural celebration of the oral tradition includes free and ticketed events, workshops, and films.

    • late Mar

  10. Toronto International Dragon Boat Race Festival

    Teams from around the world compete in a race at Centre Island – the climax of the two-day Dragon Boat festival, the largest outside Asia. Performances, crafts, and food too.

    • late Jun

Top 10 Festivals

  1. Doors Open

    Toronto’s most interesting and unusual buildings open the doors to the public.

    • May

  2. Pride Week

    A celebration of queer culture culminating with an outlandish parade that takes over the streets.

    • late Jun

  3. Beaches International Jazz Festival

    The sounds of jazz, blues, and zydeco fill the air at this free streetfest as dozens of bands vie for attention.

    • late Jul

  4. International Festival of Authors

    Top international writers join Canada’s best for readings and interviews.

    • late Oct

  5. Toronto International Film Festival

    Screenings and parties till you drop at North America’s premier film event.

    • early Sep

  6. Black History Month

    Art exhibits, award ceremonies, and films to celebrate and educate.

    • Feb

  7. Artsweek

    A window on presenters’ regular seasons of dance, theatre, film, and visual arts.

    • late Sep

  8. Toronto Fringe Theatre Festival

    Some of the most experimental theater in the city.

    • early Jul

  9. Fringe Festival of Independent Dance Artists

    Vanguard performances run the gamut from flamenco and buthoh to modern contact.

    • mid-Aug

  10. Santé: Bloor-Yorkville Wine Festival

    Celebrity winemakers and the city’s best chefs join forces to offer tastings, food pairings, and seminars.

    • mid-May

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