With so much going on in the summer, getting out for some fun can get expensive! If you want to leave the house and still save money then check out these free street festivals hitting Toronto in the summer.

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Kensington Pedestrian Sundays

Happening the last Sunday of every month this summer is the beloved Kensington Pedestrian Sundays.

The streets of Kensington Market transform with vendors, live music and good vibes!

When: Every last Sunday of the month (June-August)
Where: Kensington Market

Taste of Lawrence 

Three days of international food, music and culture!

When: July 5-7th, 2024
Where: Lawrence Ave E

Salsa on St Clair

Expect over 350 Canadian and International performers, a marketplace of fiery authentic eats and treats, and a parade at this free Latin street festival in Toronto’s midtown.

When: July 6th & 7th, 2024
Where: St Clair Ave W

Do West Fest

Celebrate music, arts, food, fun, and community along Dundas Street West- from Ossington Avenue to Lansdowne Avenue, covering 16 west-end Toronto blocks!

When: July 7th – 9th, 2024
Where: Dundas St W

Big on Bloor 

This free street fest is art-focused so you can take in some breath-taking local art while strolling Bloor Street West.

When: July 20th & 21st, 2024
Where: Bloor Street W

Festival of South Asia

The streets of Toronto’s Little India turn into a celebration of food, culture and music for two days only in July.

When: July 20th & 21st, 2024
Where: Gerrard St E


One of Toronto’s coolest streets is bringing back its annual street festival featuring music, food and more.

When: July 27th, 2024
Where: Ossington Ave

Yorkville Murals 

Get ready to be blown away by some awesome art!

Yorkville Murals transforms the street into a “cultural extravaganza, where visitors will be entertained with every step.”

When: August 24th & 25, 2024
Where: Yorkville Ave

Free street festivals are the best kind of festivals. Enjoy, Toronto!