1.East York Canada Day Parade & Festival 2019
Beginning with a parade, this day of family fun includes rides, artisans, food, live music, demonstrations by IMPACT Skate Club, and more.
Location: Stan Wadlow Park, 373 Cedarvale Avenue, East York
2.Q107 Canada Day Picnic
Head to Woodbine Park for the annual Canada Day Picnic, featuring Rock & Roll Tributes to Neil Young, Santana, Radiohead, U2, The Foo Fighters, Chicago, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Location: Woodbine Park
More information: https://q107.com/event/4150/canada-day/
3.Canada Day at Downsview Park
Free activities for the whole family take place in Downsview Park. Inflatables, children’s games, face painters, a vendor village, fireworks, and more.
Location: Downsview Park
4.Harbourfront Canada Day Weekend Celebration
The Harbourfront Centre is hosting a weekend-long Canada Day celebration, culminating in a free concert by Broken Social Scene on July 1.
Location: Toronto Harbourfront Centre
More information: https://www.harbourfrontcentre.com/canadaday/index.cfm?festival_id=314
5.Canada Day at Queen’s Park
Music, dance, and children’s shows are just part of the fun at the Canada Day Queen’s Park celebrations. There will also be a 21-Gun Salute at noon, so visitors may want to bring ear plugs.
Location: Queen’s Park
More information: https://festivalstoronto.com/events/canada-day-at-queens-park/
6.Vaughan Celebrates Canada Day 2019
Vaughan’s award-winning Canada Day celebrations are back with headliner MAGIC! The free family event goes from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. and features free admission, activities and entertainment, live performances, inflates, arts & crafts, Vaughan Soccer Club Friendly Tournament, and more.
Location: North Maple Regional Park, 11085 Keele Street
More information: https://www.vaughan.ca/events/canada_day_celebration/Pages/default.aspx
7.Canada Day Celebration at Mississauga Celebration Square
See Marianas Trench, Logan Staats, Leaving Thomas, and Sickick for free this Canada Day at Mississauga Celebration Square. Cap the day off with a fireworks finale presented by Tim Hortons.
Location: Mississauga Celebration Square
8.Multicultural Canada Day Celebration at Yonge Dundas Square
Come to Yonge Dundas Square on Canada Day and see the different cultures and ethnic groups that make Toronto a great place to live. Enjoy performing arts, visual arts, crafts, dancing, information and food representing cultures around the world, and more.
Location: Yonge-Dundas Square
More information: https://www.ydsquare.ca/events/2019/7/1/multicultural-canada-day
9.Oakville’s Canada Day and Fireworks Celebration 2019
Settle in for an evening celebration starting at 6 p.m. of family activities, music, and food trucks. Fireworks start at 10 p.m., weather permitting.
Location: Bronte Heritage Park
More information: http://visitoakville.com/events/oakvilles-canada-day-2019/
10.Amesbury Park Canada Day Celebrations
Multicultural entertainment, children’s activities, a talent search, flea market, vendors, and more make up the annual Canada Day event at Amesbury Park.
Location: Amesbury Park
More information: http://www.amesburycanadaday.ca/event_schedule.html
11.Canada Day in Ajax
Free fun for the whole family at the Ajax Canada Day celebrations. Children’s activities, including air brush tattoos, inflatable rides, strolling buskers, and more meet local community groups and organizations, along with live entertainment and on-stage cultural performances!
Location: 177 Driveway W, Ajax, ON
12.Stouffville Strawberry Festival and Canada Day Fireworks
From June 28 to July 1, the annual Stouffville Strawberry Festival has something for everyone. Enjoy music, games, fireworks, and – of course – strawberries.
Location: Stouffville Memorial Park
More information: https://www.strawberryfestival.ca
13.Toronto Ribfest & Fireworks
Admission is by donation at the Toronto Ribfest & Fireworks happening June 28 to July 1. Taste ribs, go on the Midway, listen to live music, and catch the fireworks with your family!
Location: Etobicoke Centennial Park
More information: https://torontoribfest.com
14.Redpath Waterfront Festival, presented by Billy Bishop Airport
Tall ships return Canada Day weekend to the Redpath Waterfront Festival, presented by Billy Bishop Airport. From June 29 to July 1, visit the ships, head to the Maritime Market, take part in an oyster-shucking competition, try out the obstacle course, listen to live music, and more.
- Harbour Square Park: 25 Queens Quay West
- Sugar Beach: 11 Dockside Dr.
- Sherbourne Common: 61 Dockside Dr.
More information: https://towaterfrontfest.com
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