Get ready for a jam packed weekend with Five Things To Do.
From Field Trip to concerts to a Dirty Dancing screening, there’s something for everyone to enjoy this weekend!
Check out Five Things To Do in Toronto this weekend below.
Fort York | July 9th | 1:00 p.m.
Beloved Toronto festival Field Trip will be back at Historic Fort York & Garrison Common on Saturday, July 9th, 2022. The event is set to feature some huge musical acts, art, food, and more. Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats will headline Field Trip 2022. Big name acts like Peach Pit, Kurt Vile & The Violators, Lucy Dacus, The Halluci Nation, Valley, Busty and The Bass, The Rural Alberta Advantage, and more will hit the stage as well. Check out our guide to Field Trip 2022 here.
Catch a Concert
Multiple Locations | Multiple Dates
On Friday, you can catch The Weeknd at the Rogers Centre on his After Hours Til Dawn Tour. Head to History on Saturday to check out indie rockers Manchester Orchestra, who will be performing tracks from their most recent album The Million Masks of God. Also, if you miss Lucy Dacus at Field Trip, you can catch her show at the Danforth Music Hall on July 10th.
The Old Clothing Show Vol. 2
131 McCormack Street | July 9-10 | 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
The Old Clothing Show is a weekend-long that offers up the best vintage fashion retail experience Toronto has to offer. Brought to you in part by the founders of Bidstitch, F As In Frank, and The Deadstock Depot, the event will host over 50 vendors curating a wide selection of vintage.
Bollywood Drag Brunch
Church St. and Bloor St. | June 26th
Featuring Sanjina, Mango Lassi and Mallika, the Bollywood Drag Brunch takes place at Tamasha Indian Resto-Bar. It’s a celebration of Indian cinema, paired with a delicious meal. Tickets include a meal, and a mimosa or mango lassi.
Fox Theatre | July 10th | 3:45 pm – 5:30 pm
If you’re ready to have the time of your life, head to the Fox Theatre on July 10th for an afternoon screening of beloved classic, Dirty Dancing.