Toronto Events for August 2022
July 29, 2022
After a two year hiatus, the 21st annual TD International Jerk Food and Music Festival returns to Centennial Park in Etobicoke, 256 Centennial Park Road from Friday August 5th to August 7th with phenomenal musical headliners.
The weekend will be filled with a ton of interactive activities planned for you and the whole family to enjoy. Want to learn how to make mouthwatering Caribbean delicacies?
Chef Kareema and Chef Selwyn will be Showcasing their culinary talents at The JerkFest Demonstration tent Presented by Food Basics.
Travel the world with your taste buds right at home this year! Gather with friends and family and savour delicious three-course prix fixe lunch and dinner menus at more than 200 local restaurants.
Explore what Toronto has to offer with our rich and diverse culinary culture at different price points.
The Bentway announced the return of their Block Party on Sunday, August 14. After a two-year hiatus, the day-long celebratory street party is back with a jam-packed day filled with musical performances, family-friendly activities and workshops, food and drink, fashion, drag, dancing, face painting, and more. The free event will run from noon to 10pm at The Bentway, under-the-Gardiner at 250 Fort York Blvd, helping close out The Bentway’s summer season.
After a two year hiatus the long awaited return of the CNE is finally upon us. From August 19th- September 5th you can enjoy a multitude of midway rides and games, some over the top and delicious eats as well as some top notch performances and attractions.
Don’t miss the return of one of Toronto’s most beloved carnivals and a staple of summer in the city.
The Rosé Picnic is the largest premium picnic dedicated to the trendiest wine in the world, delicious food, and great music from Canada’s top musical talent.
Located at the Woodbine Park, Toronto, The Rosé Picnic will transform the grounds into a sea of pink and white.
Join over 20,000 guests to sip an assortment of fabulous rosé wines, savour curated gourmet food pairings from local celebrity chefs, experience 30+ Instagram worthy brand activations for the most epic selfies, and the opportunity to enjoy an exclusive VIP experiences with your besties.
Let’s just say – the perfect picnic does exist.
Japan Festival CANADA has been hosted in one of the multicultural countries in the world, Canada, to introduce and promote genuine Japanese food, culture and technologies.
The concept of Japan Festival CANADA is to contribute in further success of establishing Canada and Japan Diplomatic Relations. Since the first year event in 2016, Japan Festival CANADA has been hosted annually in the summer. Japan Festival CANADA 2019 was successfully hosted welcoming 90,000 attendees.
Building new traditions for one of Canada’s oldest traditions and most prestigious events
The 163rd running of The $1 million Queen’s Plate, first jewel of the OLG Canadian Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing, is North America’s oldest continuously run stakes event. Showcasing Canada’s top three-year-old Thoroughbreds is the highlight of Woodbine’s Queen’s Plate.
An event that isn’t just about the race, but also highlights the latest in fashion is a can’t miss summer activity for the whole family to enjoy.
Cool down this summer with the delicious taste of over 100 ciders as the Toronto Cider Festival returns to Inukshuk Park. From delicious drinks to tasty food and great music and activities, there is no better way to spend the end of August weekend.
We are shutting down Dundas Street East from Logan Ave to Carlaw Ave for a good old fashioned neighbourhood street party!
Come and join us as we feature regional brewers, community food vendors and local artisans.
Your $40 ticket includes a commemorative sampling mug and three beer sample tokens.
Escape the heat wave and relax in your nice cool living room and enjoy all of these latest movies and tv shows that have arrived on Netflix Canada in August.