Get ready for a busy weekend with Five Things To Do.
From field trips to concerts to a dirty dance projection, there is something for everyone this weekend!
Check out five things to do in Toronto this weekend below.
Fort York | July 9 | 1:00 p.m.
Toronto’s beloved Field Trip festival returns to Historic Fort York & Garrison Common on Saturday, July 9, 2022. The event is set to feature huge musical acts, art, food and more. Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats will headline Field Trip 2022. Big names like Peach Pit, Kurt Vile & The Violators, Lucy Dacus, The Halluci Nation, Valley, Busty and The Bass, The Rural Alberta Advantage, and many more will be on stage as well. Check out our 2022 Field Trip guide here.
Multiple Locations | Multiple dates
On Fridays, you can catch The Weeknd at Rogers Center on his After Hours Til Dawn Tour. Head to History on Saturday to check out indie rockers Manchester Orchestra, who will perform tracks from their latest album The Million Masks of God. Plus, if you miss Lucy Dacus on Field Trip, you can catch her show at Danforth Music Hall on July 10.
131 McCormack Street | July 9-10 | 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
The Old Clothing Show is a weekend that offers the best vintage fashion retail experience Toronto has to offer. Hosted in part by Bidstitch founders F As In Frank and The Deadstock Depot, the event will feature over 50 vendors offering a wide selection of vintage.
Church St. and Bloor St. | June 26
Featuring Sanjina, Mango Lassi and Mallika, the Bollywood Drag Brunch takes place at Tamasha Indian Resto-Bar. It’s a celebration of Indian cinema, complete with a delicious meal. Tickets include a meal and a mimosa or mango lassi.
Fox Theater | July 10 | 3:45 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
If you’re ready to have the time of your life, head to the Fox Theater on July 10 for an afternoon screening of a beloved classic, dirty dance.