Cider enthusiasts, there’s a festival coming to Toronto this weekend that’s just for you. The Toronto Cider Festival is returning for two days of cider tastings, delicious food pairings, and live music to rock out to while you sip.

The festival will take over Inukshuk Park on the waterfront and will feature over 100 cider varieties for you to try, supplied by over 30 cideries across Canada.

Award-winning artists and DJs will provide the soundtrack as you sip your way through the festival, snap photos in the photo booth, explore the interactive graffiti art show, and relax in the fire pit lounge.

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And you’ll definitely want to make your way to the festival on opening night, which kicks off with a 90s hip hop and R&B night, followed by a performance by Juno award-winner Stacey Kay on Saturday night.

You can also put your sipping skills to the test by completing The Passport Challenge. Collect all 16 passport stamps for a chance to win a two-night getaway!

From morning to night, the fun doesn’t stop — it’s all about day drinking and dance parties at Toronto Cider Festival, after all.


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 The festival will host a graffiti art show on Friday and an art show on Saturday. It will wrap up with a riveting bartending championship, which you’ll get to watch live on Saturday night.

Hardcore cider fans even have the option to upgrade to the VIP experience, which comes with exclusive early access and 10 drink tokens.

Considered one of Toronto’s most successful festivals since its premiere in 2015, this is one you’ll want to add to the calendar.

Toronto Cider Festival

Where: The Toronto Inukshuk Park, 789 Lake Shore Blvd W
When: August 26-27, 2022
Cost: Starting at $60