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5 things to do this weekend in Toronto

There are tons of great events happening around the city this weekend!

Rain or shine, there are events that are guaranteed to make this weekend a good one! From concerts and festivals to art and food, there are some awesome events taking place from May 24th to May 26th.

Check out our list of five things you don’t want to miss this weekend below.

Poutine Fest

Yonge-Dundas Square | May 24th – 26th, 10:00am – 10:00pm | Free!

Thirteen of Ontario & Quebec’s top food trucks are coming to the city for the 2nd annual Toronto Poutine Fest! Over 50 poutines, ice cream trucks and various local musicians are expected to make this event gravy. So loosen up that belt and get ready to chow down on some cheese curd covered, gravy-soaked goodness!

Infinity Mirror Room Opening

AGO | May 25th, 10:30am – 5:30pm | Tickets

The AGO is bringing back one of its hit exibits for good! Last spring, hundreds of people lined up for a chance to secure tickets to see the touring art exhibition, Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors. Now, one year later, the AGO’s hit exhibit is becoming a permanent addition. The exhibit opens up to the public on May 25th, and it’s even included with the purchase of General Admission tickets.


Woodbine Park | May 25th – May 26th, 10:00am – 6:00pm | Free!

Get ready to see lots of furry friends at Woofstock Toronto. Woofstock is a festival that allows all the good boys and good girls of the city to get together and hangout, along with their humans, of course. With tons of toy and accessory vendors and even more treat vendors, its guaranteed to make any pupper sit, stay and shake a paw!

CBC Music Festival

RBC Echo Beach | May 25th, 1:30pm | Tickets

CBC Music Festival is returning to Toronto’s RBC Echo Beach for the seventh time this weekend! Canada’s largest all-Canadian music festival will have performances by Alvvays, Rhya, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Peach Pit, The Courtneys and so many more! New to the festival is the JUNO 365 stage, which will feature a lineup of 2019 JUNO Award nominees such as Elisapie, Nuela Charles, JUNO Award winner Laila Biali and many more! The festival will also have a CBC Kids Zone that has tons of fun activities and entertainment for younger audiences. For more information check out the festival page here!

Florence and the Machine

Budweiser Stage | May 26th, Doors open @ 6:30 pm | Tickets

Indie88 proudly welcomes Florence and the Machine: The High as Hope Tour 2019 on Sunday, May 26th 2019 at Budweiser Stage. This is the powerhouse indie band’s only Toronto show expected for 2019 so you don’t want to miss out on this amazing performance!

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