Toronto Events for July 2022
June 29, 2022
The 2022 Lavazza IncluCity Festival, organized by ICFF, will take place at The Distillery Historic District from June 27th to July 16th. An outdoor cinema village will line the iconic cobblestone streets in a celebration of multiculturalism and the best in international cinema.
Featuring films from over 20 countries, the Lavazza IncluCity Film Festival will offer a cinematic experience full of special guest appearances, stellar red carpets, and unique cocktail experiences all under the stars in the arts and cultural hub of Toronto.
Mixto Festival is back for 2022 with an expanded format and a truly international lineup!
It brings together communities, cultures and contemporary experiences in a uniquely celebratory format that avoids presenting “world music” as a static or exotic experience. Instead, cultural diversity is treated as an intuitive and integral part of the city’s multicultural fabric.
Wine Fest Toronto is an annual 2-day event celebrating the city’s buzzing wine culture with a chance to try wines from all around the world.
Enjoy all you can taste wine from around the world and get out and enjoy the sun. This is the festival for wine lovers across Toronto to share the tastes and smells of their favourite grapes.
Originally launched in 2013, as a part of record label Arts & Crafts’ 10th anniversary celebrations, Field Trip grew to become synonymous with the start of summer in Toronto, enjoying rare status as a favourite festival for music fans, families and performers alike. The cross-generational festival has always been rooted in community, striving to bring people together through music and art, creating space for discovery, and celebrating Toronto. The festival went on hiatus in 2019, stretched longer due to the pandemic, and returns now with Alibi Entertainment Inc. as a partner.
The annual FREE TD Salsa on St. Clair Street Festival takes over midtown Toronto transforming a stretch of St. Clair Avenue West (from Winona Dr. to Christie St.) into Canada’s biggest salsa party featuring an international calibre of Latin music, non-stop dancing in the streets, Latin foods and fun for all ages!
Dating back to the first race in 1986, Honda Indy Toronto is a world-class motorsports festival which takes place annually on the streets surrounding Exhibition Place near Lake Ontario and downtown Toronto. The event features many attractions, including beer gardens, food trucks, interactive displays and activities, and charity events. As one of Ontario’s largest annual sporting events, it has become a prestigious meeting place for some of the world’s fastest race car drivers including Scott Dixon, Will Power, and Josef Newgarden, including other past native Indy car drivers like Greg Moore, Alex Tagliani, Paul Tracy, James Hinchcliffe, and Jacques Villeneuve.
Oh hey, Toronto! It’s been a minute hasn’t it? We are excited to be planning for a return of the beloved OssFest this year!
Nothing says summer more, than street festivals in Toronto! For it’s fifth edition, OssFest returns for a pedestrian take over of the Ossington Strip between Dundas St W and Queen St W.
Following two years of lockdown from the pandemic, we are ecstatic to announce the return of the Toronto Caribbean Carnival, which culminates a 4-day celebration on July 28-31, 2022.
Celebrating the 55th anniversary of the Grande Parade which was first gifted to Canada by the Caribbean Community during Canada’s centennial celebrations, the Toronto Caribbean Carnival is a spectacular display of costumes, music, and culture.
Woodbine Park has never tasted this delicious before. Back for another year, The Toronto Food Truck Festival is serving up some real must-eats! As always, admission is free and there’s something for everyone. Entertain yourself with some of Toronto’s best local talent, participate in our live-eating challenges and enjoy a cold beer!
Taste Of India Festival 2022 will promote richness of culture & heritage through its Art, Music, Dance, Entertainment & cuisine by connecting diverse communities together in an inclusive fashion to foster socio and economic development of Canadians.
A lot of events deliver on 1 or 2 senses but Taste of India Food Festival delivers all 5 senses.