It has been two long years without some of the largest summer festivities in Toronto. This summer, a number of festivals and celebrations will be returning to the city for in-person events. CP24 has compiled a list of 12 major events that will be happening in the city this season.
The Toronto Pride Parade returns this year and is set to have nearly 275 floats and over 35,000 marches. Sherwin Modeste, executive director of Pride Toronto said it’s set to be the “largest parade in Pride history, … We’re very excited. We see this as a great opportunity to bring the community together. We’re finding that there are many folks that this their first Pride and they’re excited.”
The Canadian National Exhibition will be running through August 19 to September 5. If you’re looing to dance this summer, there will be TD Salsa on St. Clair on July 9 and 10. The Taste of the Danforth, organized by Greektown which is set to run from August 5 to 7. On July 30, the Caribbean Carnival Grand Parade will take place and is free to watch along Lake Shore Blvd.
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