64 performances to choose from, and tickets are just $5 for kids under 12.
After the show, stay and play in our FringeKids! Club with daily workshops, outdoor performances, play stations, bouncy castles and more.
Creative pick-up+play stations are open from 10 am-5 pm and invite children to build a Lego land, play in the sand, jump in a bubble pool, dress up in costumes and create unique works of art.
FringeKids is a part of the Fringe Festival:Everybody’s idea of adventure is different; Toronto’s largest theatre festival caters to people’s eclectic tastes with 1,100+ fresh, innovative and often jaw dropping performances! Choose Your Own Adventure denotes the ability to craft your own experience from a diverse list of theatre, comedy and dance performances, venues, Tent Talks, Visual Fringe, Shed Shows and Fringe After Dark programming. Once again, it’s a call to action for diehard theatre fans and first time Fringers alike. It’s seldom that you come across a festival with 148 shows to choose from, all for a maximum ticket price of $12!
The popular Summer Music in the Garden concert series returns for its 16th season by the shores of Lake Ontario. Treat yourself to 17 free classical music concerts this summer, featuring outstanding artists exploring a diverse range of international themes and music styles.
Concerts are approximately one hour in length. Bench seating is available but limited, so feel free to bring a lawn chair—and don't forget your hat or umbrella and sunscreen as shade is also limited.
Scotiabank Caribbean Carnival Toronto is an exciting three-week cultural explosion of Caribbean music, cuisine, revelry as well as visual and performing arts. In its 46th year it has become a major international event and the largest cultural festival of its kind in North America.
During the festival, the city explodes with the pulsating rhythms and melodies of Calypso, Soca, Reggae, Hip Hop, Chutney, Steel Pan and Brass Bands. This colourful exhibition and display of genius is truly a musical panorama that is certain to bring a pleasing smile to the ancestral titans of Pan and Calypso music.
Calypso music is a combination of Mento, Ska, Spouge and Soca. Calypso Rose has been at the for front of Calypso music for the better part of 60 years, receiving more honours and medals then any living Calypsonian.
On the shores of picturesque Little Lake, Peterborough Musicfest, by entertaining locals with 17 free concerts, generates a sizable economic impact to local business and tourist attractions. Popular bands such as Carly Rae Jepsen, Tegan and Sara, Walk Off the Earth, Emerson Drive, and Colin James have graced the Fred Anderson Stage at Del Crary Park.
Joel and Ethan Coen’s second feature is a comedy and might be the most energetic film ever made about a makeshift family. Childless couple H.I. (Nicolas Cage) and Ed (Holly Hunter) decide to help themselves to just one of five babies born to furniture magnet Nathan Arizona (Trey Wilson), which leads to no end of complications.
Weekly on Wednesday nights: FREE flicks at the WestJet Stage - See the FULL schedule online!
The Sandbox Project Charity is joining in the excitement of the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Parapan Am Games by building a GIANT sandbox at the Torch Relay Celebration Day.
As a Community Partner of the Toronto 2015 Games, The Sandbox Project is raising awareness of the importance of investing in and focusing on the health of our youngest citizens. The project will be joined by some Collaborating Partners to spread the word about the great work happening in child and youth health and well-being in Canada.
The Sandbox Project is very proud to announce that Martin Reader of the 2012 Beach Volleyball Canadian Olympic Team will be on hand to facilitate Movement Education sessions. Children and adults are welcome to join Martin in the sandbox for the 10-minute sessions beginning at 2:00, 3:00 and 4:00 p.m.
Join in for high-energy music and outdoor dancing every weekend alongside Lake Ontario.
Son Ache is one of Toronto's most popular Cuban bands, and they bring their patented blend of driving son montuno to the Pier. A warm, welcoming environment combining instruction and fantastic, danceable bands means you're sure to find yourself grooving all night long at Dancing on the Pier.
The amazing Calum Graham returns with a rack of guitars, a sheaf of his show-stopping original songs and tunes, his mellow voice, and a fingerstyle technique that is the wonder of the international guitar world.
The Concerts in the Park series has been one of the great joys of summer in Richmond Hill since 1975. Residents are encouraged to come out and enjoy an exciting lineup of musical talent in genres including Blues, Country, Rock and Roll, Celtic, tribute bands, children’s acts and so much more!
The free, outdoor concerts take place on Thursday evenings in July and August at Mill Pond Park and some Sunday afternoons at Richmond Green Park.
Attendees are encouraged to bring lawn chairs, blankets and/or cushions to each concert for seating. Full schedule available here.
Carabram celebrates Brampton’s diverse culture through music, dance, food, art and story-telling in one incredible weekend.
Pavilions have been grouped at four locations across our city, which reduces travel time and exposes you to more pavilions at each pavilion expo site throughout the weekend.
Africa, Caribbean and Eelam Pavilions will be grouped together at the Brampton Soccer Centre, 1495 Sandalwood Parkway East; Ireland, Portugal and the Philippines Pavilions will be grouped at Century Gardens Recreation Centre, 340 Vodden Street East; Hawaii, Macedonia and South Asia Pavilions will be grouped at the South Fletchers Sportsplex, 500 Ray Lawson Boulevard and the Canada Pavilion will be located as in previous years at the Unifor local 1285 Union Hall, 23 Regan Rd.
Those who buy Carabram Passports in advance will only pay $10, but after July 10 passports will cost $12. Carabram Passports will be available for purchase starting June 20 at Shoppers’ World Brampton, City of Brampton Recreation Centres, Bramalea City Centre at specific times,or through one of the Carabram pavilions. As always Carabram Children’s Passports are complimentary for those 12 and under.
Experience 38 days of the BEST of Ontario during the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games.
For families seeking kid-friendly activities, Ontario’s Celebration Zone has a jam-packed schedule of circus acrobats, children’s theatre, hands-on science adventures, super dog shows and so much more.
Kids of all ages can try out the coolest toys from Ontario’s digital media sector or take part in multi-player gaming tournaments featuring Ontario’s latest video games. The Best of Ontario. All in One Place. One Epic Celebration.
At the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am / Parapan Am Games, 7,600 top athletes from the Americas and Caribbean will compete at more than 30 venues located in 16 municipalities across southern Ontario. Toronto 2015.
PANAMANIA, presented by CIBC, is the 35-day arts and culture festival to enrich the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games experience.
More than 250 unique performances and exhibitions, both free and ticketed, will take place across Toronto from July 10 to August 15. PANAMANIA will showcase the diverse cultures and artistic excellence of Ontario, Canada and the Americas through music, theatre, dance, visual arts and fashion.
PANAMANIA Presentations features 40 national and international performances and exhibitions, including 28 commissioned world premieres at more than 20 locations across Toronto. Free and tickets events. See full schedule here.
A massive three-week celebration of music with over 10 stages, a StreetFest and approximately 1 million in attendance.
Features include a dynamic musical roster, exciting activities and an enticing line-up of gourmet food trucks.
The festival will showcase the sensational musical talents of both established and emerging artists, from jazz, blues, Latin, Swing, Global, World Beat, Big Band, Dixieland, Afro-Cuban, Funk, R&B, Ska to Soul and more. Featured events include musical performances at Woodbine Park, StreetFest, Taste of Jazz, Pan AM Celebration, Beaches Tune Up Jazz Run and The Farmers Market Jazz Series.
All of this is taking place at the 27th International Beaches Jazz Festival, June 10-26 | Free for all ages. For a full schedule please visit here
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