Big on Bloor Festival

Big on Bloor.

Big on Bloor.

  • Multiple venues
  • All day

The Big on Bloor Festival is back! This annual, CAR-FREE festival celebrates all of the culture found on Bloor Street between Dufferin and Lansdowne. Here, you’ll find over 200 vendors, music and dance performances, culture works, and much more to do with the some 70,000 other attendees. Check out some of our photos from last year’s event here.

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West Won Festival

  • Coffee Time Parking Lot (1263 Weston Road)
  • All day

The West Won Festival, now in its third year, is a celebration put on by Mount Dennis residents that features all sorts of fun to help bring together the community. Here, you’ll find games and tournaments, comedy performances, live music and dance (Latin, African-continental, Hip-Hop, and more), a fashion show, and many other items for the whole family to enjoy.

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United Fest

  • The Comfort Zone (480 Spadina Avenue)
  • 7:30 p.m.

United Fest is a fairly epic evening of music with an intense lineup of performers. The night features appearances by Smash Your Enemies, Back and Forth, Under Ember Skies, Homage, and many more. Also (true to its name), if you happen to have a valid American passport/license you can get in for free.

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Spookey Ruben’s Dizzy Playground LIVE!

  • Comedy Bar (945 Bloor Street West)
  • 10:30 p.m.

Spookey Ruben’s Dizzy Playground, a musical comedy TV show, is getting the live treatment, which is pretty epic news. So what are you in for? Spookey’s live band, sketch comedy, short films, celebrity special guests, and much more. Click here to check out “The Adventures of Spaghetti Cowboy,” which features everyone’s favourite Toronto indie-pop rocker, Feist.

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The Royal Ontario Museum Takes a Modern Approach to the Cradle of Civilization

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  • Royal Ontario Museum (100 Queens Park)
  • All day
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