Five Things to Do in Toronto this Weekend

Pride weekend, music festivals, and two great Toronto teams

Regardless of whether it rains all weekend or not, there is a ton happening in Toronto over the next few days. So buy a good umbrella and check out our list of the top five things to do in the city this weekend.
 

Check out a Concert

This weekend is a big one for music in Toronto. U2 are playing tonight at the Rogers Centre, as well as The Wooden Sky at Massey Hall. Arkells and July Talk are playing tomorrow night at the Budweiser Stage.

There’s also NXNE at the Port Lands this weekend! Post Malone headlines Friday, Kaytranada headlines Saturday, and Passion Pit will be closing the weekend Sunday night.


 

Cheer on Toronto FC

TFC are playing Friday at the BMO Field at 8 p.m., so you still have time to grab tickets! The Toronto team currently holds first place in the eastern conference, so regardless of the rain, you’re in for a good game.

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Toronto Pride Parade

Toronto’s Pride Parade will be sending off Pride Month this Sunday. The parade begins at 2 p.m. at Bloor and Church, south on Yonge Street to Yonge-Dundas square. Over 150 groups will be marching, so bring your brightest and most colourful outfits for an afternoon celebration!

The Parade isn’t the only Pride event happening this weekend — today and tomorrow are also packed with events. Check out our Guide to 2017 Toronto Pride for more info.

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Luminato Festival

This is the last weekend of Luminato Festival, so be sure to catch a show before the weekend’s over! Luminato Fest offers programming throughout the city at various venues. Acts include film, dance, music, and other cultural celebrations. Click here for a full schedule.


 

Argos’ Home Opener

The Toronto Argonauts will kick off the season with their Home Opener this Sunday. Cheer on the team as they play the Hamilton Tiger-Cats at BMO Field! Find tickets here.

Feature photo courtesy of Pride Toronto via Facebook.