It’s time to start making plans for the weekend ahead. The first day of summer falls on Saturday. Are you ready for the first weekend of summer? We’ve got your plans made for you.
What to do in Toronto this Weekend
The Junction Summer Solstice Festival: Come out and celebrate the changing of the seasons and the longest day of the year…summer solstice…in the Junction. Take in all the activities, arts and music all day long and into the evening. Visitors can even take a ride on a ferris wheel.
TD Toronto Jazz Festival: The TD Toronto Jazz Festival kicks off in various locations around the city this weekend. Running from June 19th through June 28th, the festival will host over 350 concerts. Don’t be scared off if you aren’t a fan of traditional jazz music, check out the line up and you will surely find a band you will love.
Summerlicious: It’s time to make your Summerlicious reservations. Take a look through the list of participating restaurants and book your table for this summertime foodie favourite event. Various restaurants around the city will be offering prix fixe lunch and dinner menus during the month of July…but if you want a table the time to book is now.
Redpath Waterfront Festival: It has finally arrived, the Redpath Waterfront Festival. This takes place all weekend long and will fill Toronto’s waterfront with fast action sports and fun. Check out the newest extreme sport to hit the water, Flyboarding. Flyboarding will have athletes flipping and pulling incredible stunts, flying through the air and over the water. The HTO Park East will be hosting a family-friendly KidZone with activities for kids of all ages. If you are a fan of dogs then be sure to check out the 2014 DockDogs World Qualifying Championships.
Toronto International Dragon Boat Festival: The 26th annual Toronto International Dragon Boat Festival is taking place on Toronto Centre Island this weekend. Close to 200 teams from around the world will be on hand, that is over 5000 athletes. It is sure to be an incredible spectacle on the water.