It’s officially the last week of May and we’re excited to jump right into June. So that means we’re filling up our week with all the things to do in Toronto like concerts, baseball games, festivals and much more.

Make the most of this week and explore the city to its fullest we’re here for it. Let’s get it!

Check out all the things to do in Toronto this week:

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21 Savage

Get ready to jam out with 21 Savage as he takes over the Budweiser Stage on May 27th.

When: May 27th at 7:00 PM
Where: Budweiser Stage, 909 Lake Shore Blvd W
Cost: $72.50+ per ticket


ROMWalks is a collection of guided walking tours that take participants on a unique journey of “urban discovery” via the Royal Ontario Museum.

Learn something new! Free walks are scheduled on Sundays at 2 PM and Wednesdays at 6 PM. Each walk’s starting meet point is listed here.

When: May 29th, 2024 at 6 PM
Where: Various locations
Cost: Free

Sponsored Picks: Visit Sudbury

Planning a getaway this summer? Scrap that, and make the trip to Sudbury instead! They’ve got everything from quirky landmarks (like a giant nickel), interactive exhibits at the renowned Science North, stunning wilderness, and festivals happening all summer long. We’ve put together a whole list of all the reasons to visit Sudbury this summer – and we bet some of it will surprise you!

Luke Hemmings 

Get your tickets to see Luke Hemmings this week at History!

When: May 30th at 7:00 PM
Where: HISTORY, 1663 Queen St E
Cost: $61.58+ per ticket

Bourbon Street North at The Distillery District

Head to The Distillery District for this New Orleans-inspired event showcasing traditional jazz & blues music and food with creole flavours.

When: Monday to Thursday from 1 PM to 4 PM, Fridays 4:30 PM to 7:30 PM, Saturdays & Sundays from 1 PM to 4 PM & 4:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Where: 55 Mill Street
Cost: FREE

Pittsburgh Pirates vs Toronto Blue Jays

Cheer on our boys in blue as they face off against the Pittsburgh Pirates on Tuesday.

When: May 31st, 2024 at 7:07 PM
Where: Rogers Centre
Cost: $25+

Cirque de Soleil ECHO

Cirque du Soleil ECHO is coming to Toronto, starting off its Canada tour.

When: Until July 21st, 2024
Where: Under the Big Top at 2150 Lake Shore Blvd W
Cost: $73+ per ticket

Formula 1 Exhibition Toronto

Guests can expect iconic F1 race cars from different eras, racing simulators and never-seen-before artifacts spanning six specially designed rooms in an over 20,000 sq. ft space.

When: Now until early summer
Where: Lighthouse ArtSpace, 1 Yonge St
Cost: $42+

Lite-Brite World of Wonder

Experience “the magic of imagination brought to life in this captivating cinematic journey that combines the nostalgic delight of Lite-Brite with the cutting-edge immersive technology of Illuminarium.”

You can get tickets here.

When: Tuesday to Saturday from 11 AM to 11 PM and Sunday from 11 AM to 9 PM
Where: Illuminarium Toronto, 28 Gristmill Lane
Cost: $38.50 per adult & 33.50 per child/senior

Kensington Market ‘Taste the World’ Food Tour

Check out the first and oldest food tour in Kensington Market! Expand your tastebuds and enjoy delicious cuisines like Tibetan dumplings and Jamaican patties.

You’ll feel like a world traveller without leaving Kensington Market

When: Every day from 11 AM to 1:30 PM
Where: Kensington Market – 30 St Andrew St
Cost: $69 per person / free for kids under 7

And there you have it, all the things to do in Toronto this week!