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5 Things to Do in Toronto Before Summer Ends



When the warm summer breeze hits Toronto, the city transforms into a vibrant playground with a plethora of attractions, festivals, and culinary delights waiting to be explored. To make the most of your summer in this action-packed city, here’s a curated list of must-do activities before the season comes to a close


Immerse yourself in Toronto’s pulsating festival scene by attending the 10th-anniversary edition of the Veld Music Festival in August. With headliners like Loud Luxury, Central Cee, and Illenium, this two-night extravaganza at Downsview Park promises an unforgettable experience. Grab your friends, dance the night away, and make cherished memories under the starry summer sky.


Don’t miss the highly anticipated return of Rufus du Sol to Toronto at the Budweiser Stage on August 5th. Known for their captivating blend of indie electronic music, Rufus du Sol will undoubtedly leave you spellbound. Prepare for an enchanting evening as you revel in their soul-stirring tunes and celebrate the essence of summer.

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For the Electronic music lovers, Electric Island is coming back to Toronto this August! Held in Woodbine Park, experience two days and three separate stages with headliners Chris Lake, Deko-Ze, and Greg Gow. Enjoy stunning visuals, immersive atmospheres, and exhilarating music to close out the summer!


Located in Parkdale, B.B.’s Diner is the best place to grab brunch, dinner, or a cocktail! Open Thursday to Sunday this restaurant serves a modern take on Filipino food, as Owner Justin Bella was determined to create a space that felt like home. With meant to share plates, the food offers a mango, coconut French toast and adobe fried chicken with house made hot sauce- this place will brighten up your weekend! Not only is B.B.’s known for offering fantastic food and unforgettable atmosphere; they have been known to film with Canadian artists like Dylan Sinclair, to bring attention to Filipino-Canadian musicians within the community. 


This one is for the film buffs! Toronto’s Outdoor Picture Show (TOPS) is an outdoor film event held within different parks throughout the city, showing a variety of films within July and August! The next viewing is located within Toronto’s Christie Pits Park where Brokeback Mountain will be streaming July 30th, as well as Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind on August 6th. Enjoy these Sunday summer nights with friends and support TOPS viewings!


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