Summer Festivals & Events in Toronto

Jun 23
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66 Isabella loves to see residents getting involved with and enjoying the fantastic Toronto communities!

Summer is a fantastic time to get outside, partake in some fun activities and meet new people. Here are some of our 'must-see' events this Summer in the GTA!


Meet Canada's First Giant Panda Cubs

Now through to September 5th

The Toronto Zoo's Panda, Er Shun, welcomed two cubs into the world on Tuesday October 13, 2016. These are the first ever cubs to be born on Canadian soil. Now 8 months old, these cute little Panda cubs can be seen by visitors daily between 9am and 5pm



July 8th through to July 24th

If you are a fan of Winterlicious, then you'll love Summerlicious! Grab a friend and introduce yourselves to some unique cuisine at one of the 220 participating restaurants across the city. Find a restaurant close to you, then call to reserve your table, it's that simple. Three course prix fixe menus range from $18 to $28 for lunch and from $28 - $48 for dinner.


Salsa in Toronto Festival

July 9th and July 10th

Come down with the family or grab some friends for the 12th annual Salsa Festival. Toronto's Hillcrest Village is the home of this unique and free family festival. Throughout the city there are performances, galleries, parties, and even free salsa dancing lessons! Your complete guide to this Latin celebration.


Honda Indy 2016

July 15th to July 17th

Head out to Exhibition Place and celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Honda Indy Toronto. This extraordinary event last for three incredible days full of action


Roundhouse Craft Beer Fest

August 13th to August 14th

Steam Whistle Brewery brings back the Roundhouse Craft Beer Fest and you don't want to miss it! Come and taste a variety of locally brewed craft beer and sample great eats at some of Toronto's top food trucks. Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the door. 

If you are looking for a new luxury apartment this summer, check out our listings at 66 Isabella.