With the weather now warm and the city alive and bustling once again, it seems that the stars are choosing to head north for the summer. There are so many celebrities in Toronto this week, from chart-topping artists to A-list actors.

Many of us know that Adam Sandler can’t get enough of Toronto and its people lately and has been stopping for ice cream, playing pickup basketball, and attending Canada Day events in and around the city this summer.

Sandler is now being joined by two other iconic actors — Arnold Schwarzenegger and Tom Arnold — who reunited this past weekend in Toronto while filming their new Netflix spy series called UTap.

Schwarzenegger posted a selfie with Arnold as the two biked around downtown Toronto on Sunday.

Also spotted in Toronto this weekend was the one and only DJ Khaled, who surprised a group of people by joining their pedal pub cruise around the city.


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The DJ also paid a visit to local eatery Pat’s Homestyle Jamaican and posted a video of himself thoroughly enjoying a platter of curry goat.

Later this week, Dua Lipa and Shawn Mendes will arrive in the city for scheduled concerts at Scotiabank Arena. Dua Lipa is set to perform on Wednesday, July 27 and Mendes will hit the stage on Sunday, July 31.

Toronto-born comedy legend Russell Peters will be taking over the arena on Thursday for his world tour, called Act Your Age.


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The city will also be graced with the presence of NBA mega-star Lebron James, who will be partying it up at Lavelle on Friday for the Toronto Caribbean Carnival’s annual day party, called Daylight.

This year’s edition of Daylight is presented by Lebron’s tequila brand, Lobos 1707 Tequila, which Drake is a big fan of, judging by the tequila’s Instagram page.

Last but not least, Drake will be hitting Budweiser Stage for October World Weekend this week on July 28, July 29, and August 1.

Scheduled shows include an “all Canadian Northstars” showcase at Drake’s concert venue History, which opened last year.

Chris Brown and Lil’ Baby will hit Budweiser Stage on Friday, July 29, followed by a “Young Money reunion” featuring Lil’ Wayne and Nicki Minaj on August 1.