Toronto Festivals 2019, 2020

SOULO Theatre Mini Festival 2019

SOULO Theatre Mini Festival

November, 2019

The Real Jerk, Toronto, Ontario

Frugally Festive Holiday Meetup 2019

Frugally Festive Holiday Meetup

November, 2019

Hotel Ocho, Toronto, Ontario

Christian Festival Concert 2019

Christian Festival Concert

November, 2019

Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto, Ontario

Festival of Dangerous Ideas 2019

Festival of Dangerous Ideas

November, 2019

Regent Park Arts and Culture Centre, Toronto, Ontario

Not Dead Yet 2019

Not Dead Yet

November, 2019

Various Venues, Toronto, Ontario

Regent Park Film Festival 2019

Regent Park Film Festival

November, 2019

Regent Park Arts and Culture Centre, Toronto, Ontario

Spectacle of Lights on Toronto's Waterfront 2019

Spectacle of Lights on Toronto's Waterfront

November, 2019

The Toronto Music Garden and Other Locations in Toronto, 479 Queens Quay W Toronto, ON, Toronto, Ontario

York University Jazz Festival 2019

York University Jazz Festival

November, 2019

York University, Toronto, Ontario

Bloor-Yorkville Holiday Magic 2019

Bloor-Yorkville Holiday Magic

November, 2019

Village of Yorkville Park, 115 Cumberland St Toronto, Toronto, Ontario

Breast Fest Film Festival 2019

Breast Fest Film Festival

November, 2019

Toronto, Ontario

Toronto Christmas Market 2019

Toronto Christmas Market

November, 2019

Distillery Historic District, The Distillery District Toronto, ON, Toronto, Ontario

JCCC Winter Festival 2019

JCCC Winter Festival

December, 2019

Japanese Canadian Cultural Center, 6 Garamond Ct Toronto, ON, Toronto, Ontario

Kensington Market Winter Solstice Parade 2019

Kensington Market Winter Solstice Parade

December, 2019

Oxford st. & Augusta St., Toronto, Ontario

Solaris Winter Music Festival 2019

Solaris Winter Music Festival

December, 2019

Rebel, 11 Polson St Toronto, ON, Toronto, Ontario

Roundhouse Winter Craft Beer Festival 2020

Roundhouse Winter Craft Beer Festival

January, 2020

Roundhouse Park, 255 Bremner Blvd Toronto, ON, Toronto, Ontario

Niagara Icewine Festival 2020

Niagara Icewine Festival

January, 2020

Various Locations In Niagara Falls, Toronto, Ontario

Twenty Valley Winter Wine Festival 2020

Twenty Valley Winter Wine Festival

January, 2020

Williams Coffee Pub, Toronto, Ontario

Cannington Dog Sled Races and Winter Festival 2020

Cannington Dog Sled Races and Winter Festival

January, 2020

MacLeod Park, Toronto, Ontario

The Toronto Fringe Next Stage Theatre Festival 2020

The Toronto Fringe Next Stage Theatre Festival

January, 2020

Factory Theatre, 125 Bathurst St Toronto, ON, Toronto, Ontario

Toronto Tea Festival 2020

Toronto Tea Festival

January, 2020

Toronto Reference Library Appel Salon, Bram and Bluma Appel Salon, Asquith Ave Toronto, ON, Toronto, Ontario

New Groundswell Festival 2020

New Groundswell Festival

January, 2020

Lake Tyers Beach in East Gippsland, Victoria , Toronto, Ontario

Toronto Design Offsite Festival 2020

Toronto Design Offsite Festival

January, 2020

Gladstone Hotel, Toronto, Ontario

CIBC Lunarfest 2020

CIBC Lunarfest

January, 2020

Harbourfront Centre - Toronto, ON M5J 2G8, Toronto, Ontario

The Hopscotch Festival 2020

The Hopscotch Festival

January, 2020

Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto, Ontario

World Stage 2020

World Stage

January, 2020

Harbourfront Centre , Toronto, Ontario

About Festivals in Toronto

Cultured Toronto is the most diverse city on the planet, with over 140 languages spoken on its streets. It’s therefore no great surprise that the city offers a broad and varied wealth of international offerings, from food, culture and entertainment. These include a great festival scene throughout the year, with a load of events and attractions to keep everyone entertained.

Toronto International Film Festivals is one of the biggest film festivals in the world, with almost half a million attendees. The event screens hundreds of films from over 50 countries and offers conversations, panels, workshops and more. Notable premieres have included immense and influential movies such as American Beauty, Black Swan and The King’s Speech. The festival strives to offer a diverse selection of big-name screenings alongside lots of unique and interesting independent flicks and films. Each year, the festival also features awards, special events and loads of celebrity guests. If you like films, you can’t really get much better.

Film fans can also get their square eyes around a bunch of documentaries at Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival, with around 200 local and international documentaries each year.

TD Toronto Jazz Festival is another renowned affair, and is considered to be one of the biggest jazz festivals in North America. Now, the event features around 2,000 musicians each year and offers a whole range of diverse tunes and tones. With over 40 locations across the entire city, it’s impossible to miss, so it’s a great time to visit the city of you like a trumpet or two. Previous artists here have included big names like Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, Etta James, Herbie Hancock and Chaka Khan… if they’re a name in jazz, they’ve been seen here! Whether you’re a genre aficionado or simply a newcomer looking for your first jazzy experience, it’s a fantastic event with great vibes.

Gourmand geeks can get their bellyful in ample portions with plenty of tongue-tingling events such as the Gourmet Food & Wine Expo, Toronto Oktoberfest, World Wine Awards of Canada, the Caribbean-themed Caribana and plenty more.

Throughout the year, the city also hosts festivals based around flowers, fashion, winter, Irish culture, dragons, boats, lights, theatre, aeroplanes, kites and plenty more. Like the city itself, the options are diverse and plentiful, with loads to attract comers of any description.