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Five things to do this weekend in Toronto

This weekend is predicted to be a rainy one but don’t let that dampen your fun.

There are tons of fun activities to do around the city this weekend. You’ll never run out of fun activities, with a Lego bar, a cat-themed festival and many concerts running all weekend long!

Check out five things to do this weekend below.

Lego Bar Toronto

Rosehill Venue & Lounge | July 5th 4:00 PM – 10:00 PM, July 6th 12:00 PM – 10:00 PM, July 7th 12:00 PM – 8:00 PM | Tickets!

This Lego pop-up is built out of over 1 Million Lego bricks! The ticket price includes a 90 minutes entry to the bar. There are tons of prizes to be won, ping pong, a table made from 22,500 bricks, tons of cool photo opportunities, DJs and, of course, booze!

Meowfest 2019

Evergreen Brick Works | July 6th 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM | Tickets!

This global celebration of our feline friends is hosted by Meowbox, and is located at Evergreen Brick Works on Saturday, July 6th. There will be cat-themed entertainment including workshops, adoptable kittens, shopping, food trucks, celebrity cats, photo ops, and live music! All ticket sales will be donated to Ontario based feline rescues and organizations!

The Strumbellas

Royal Botanical Gardens, Hamilton | July 6th Doors @ 3:00 PM | Tickets!

Indie88 proudly welcomes The Strumbellas with support from Dan Mangan, Donovan Woods, & Dizzy on Saturday, July 6th, at the Royal Botanical Gardens in Hamilton, ON. Although this is located outside of Toronto, this concert will definitely be worth the trek!


Rebel | July 7th Doors @ 7:00 PM | Tickets!

Indie88 proudly presents CHVRCHES on Sunday, July 7th at REBEL! They’ll be bringing their energetic indie pop tunes to the stage for an amazing night filled with hit tracks like “Here With Me” and “The Mother We Share.”


Budweiser Stage | July 7th Doors @ 7:00 PM | Tickets!

Indie88 proudly welcomes Blink-182 with special guests Simple Plan & Neck Deep on Sunday, July 7th at Budweiser Stage! The group hit the road in July, with tour dates spanning all the way out to September. “To celebrate 20 years, we’re playing ‘Enema Of The State’ in its entirety all summer long! And yes, we’re still playing the hits from the other albums, as well as new music,” the band wrote on Instagram. Enema Of The State, which features hit singles “What’s My Age Again?” and “All The Small Things,” was originally dropped in 1999.

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