It’s going to be an eventful spring and summer in the Distillery! This long weekend is the 20th anniversary of the modern-day Distillery District, and it’s celebrating in a big way.

On Victoria Day weekend, Distillery will host an anniversary party with a live music lineup curated by Grammy award-winning Music Director Kevin Ray Clark.

From Friday the 19th to Monday the 22nd, various live bands and musical acts will take centre stage in the heart of the District.

Also running from May 19th to October 8th is the summer busker series, featuring magicians, jugglers, and other live entertainment every Saturday and Sunday.

From May 19th to June 26th, Distillery’s bustling Trinity Street will transform into a giant outdoor patio with over 150 seats, decorated with towering palm trees and fresh florals.

Visitors can grab a tasty snack from the Trinity Eats food truck or cool down with a frozen treat from the paleta cart.

Every weekend starting on May 20th, The Distillery Local Market will have all kinds of artisanal and local products for sale.

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Meander along Gristmill Lane and pick up fresh produce, flowers, and artisan items until September 30th.

In celebration of Pride Month, the Distillery District will host a Queer Marketplace from June 5th to 11th, showcasing local makers, artisans, and live entertainers from the 2SLGBTQI+ community.

Yogis are in for a treat this spring and summer too! Every Sunday from May 21st to September 3rd, the Distillery will have a one-hour yoga class in Trinity Square.

Bring your own mat and enjoy a refreshing outdoor yoga class hosted by Pure Yoga Toronto.

Finally, the Italian Contemporary Film Festival (ICFF) will make a big return from June 27th to July 21st, transforming Distillery into an open-air cinema with twinkling lights and big screens.

Now that you’re in the know, be sure to make some special trips to Toronto’s east-end historic district starting this weekend.