September Events in Toronto
August 31, 2015
ArtFest at the Distillery
Sept 4-7, 2015: 11am-6pm
Artfest Toronto, in its 9th year, is emerging as one of Toronto’s favorite summer art shows. Celebrating painting, photography, sculpture, fine craft, live music and more from Canada’s top artists.
Hot & Spicy Food Festival
Sept 4-7, 2015
This year, the Hot & Spicy Food Festival celebrates its 18th anniversary. Culinary experiences shape all aspects of global culture and food continues to thrive as a central method of cultural expression. Let’s explore global cuisine as innovations in food production and preparation move toward a highly specialized art form.
Open Streets TO
Sept 6, 2015: 9am-1pm
Open Streets TO will be the city’s largest free recreation program, unlike any other in Toronto or Canada. We are creating a world-class program that connects our diverse neighbourhoods and people across the city.
Veg Food Festival
Sept 11-13, 2015
It’s a food festival first. Both local and international chefs will wow you with delicious dishes, desserts, drinks, and everything else under the sun. Plus, we stock a marketplace full of vendors who will change what you think is possible for vegan food.
Cabbagetown Festival of the Arts
Sept 12-13, 2015
Cabbagetown’s largest event of the year! The Festival will include: Live Music, Classic Cars on Display, Kidz Zone, Amazing Food, World Class Buskers, Pet Photo Booth, Blair’s Run.
Toronto Bicycle Music Festival
Sept 13, 2015
The Toronto Bicycle Music Festival is a yearly series of free outdoor pedal-powered concerts taking place in and between our city’s great community parks and streets.
Toronto FOOD & WINE Festival
September 18-20, 2015
Over the course of three delectable days, the 2015 Toronto FOOD & WINE Festival will showcase the expertise and creativity of the best culinary talents in Toronto, Ontario and Canada. Toronto comes to life in the Grand Tasting Pavilion highlighting local restaurants, wineries and breweries.
Toronto Garlic Festival
Sept 20, 2015: 9am-5pm
The Toronto Garlic Festival is the annual celebration of Ontario’s garlic harvest where Ontario farmers sell garlic and local chefs cook with garlic. Workshops and demonstrations occur all day during the festival by farmers, gardeners, chefs, cicerones, scientists and health experts.
Sept 26-27, 2015
It’s grown into a festive tour de force, now drawing tens of thousands of dogs in the know, their faithful humans in tow, from across the country and the U.S. It’s without question, the largest outdoor festival for dogs in all of North America. Free admission and bring your dog!
Food Truck Festival
Sep 27, 2015: 1-7:00 pm
FTFO brings the most mouthgasmic food trucks to one place (Downsview Park) so you can eat like a Foodstar for a day.
Word on the Street Festival
Sept 27, 2015: 11am-6pm
The 26th edition of Word on the Street is taking place at Harbourfront Centre! There are readings, workshops and even an author cruise!