Featured Events & Exhibitions
Honda Indy Toronto
June 12 to 14.
Honda Indy Toronto is among the most respected motorsports events in North America and features a week-long festival-like atmosphere that includes the fastest racing series on the planet, celebrity athletes, live entertainment and interactive activities.
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NXNE: North By Northeast Festival
June 17 to 21.
Consisting of five event-packed streams – NXNE Music, NXNE Film, NXNE Interactive, NXNE Comedy, and NXNE Art – the festival creates an essential gathering spot for artists, industry professionals, and fans.
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TD Toronto Jazz Festival
June 18 to 27.
Brought to you by North America’s premiere jazz festival producers, the TD Toronto Jazz Festival delivers the sounds of the world’s greatest jazz musicians from the quaint and most intimate of venues to the large concert halls. Be sure to schedule this smooth festival into your summer calendar.
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June 19 to 28.
For ten days each June, the Luminato Festival transforms theatres, parks and public spaces across the city and creates a home for artists to come play, share and create.
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Redpath Toronto Waterfront Festival
June 19 to 21.
If your perfect summer day includes good food, live music, cold drinks and a waterfront view, then you’re in luck – the Redpath Waterfront Festival is the Toronto festival by-the-water, and this year promises to serve up something for everyone.
Pride Toronto Festival
June 19 to 28.
Check out our ultimate guide for where to eat, drink, and party during Toronto Pride 2015 – wherever your travels may take you.
Book Hotels & Attractions
Art Gallery of Ontario
Picturing the Americas
June 20 to September 20.
Featuring more than 100 landscapes from across the hemisphere, the connections and continuities of our shared history and land are undeniable: we are connected and yet we are distinct.
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Ontario Science Centre
Mythbusters: The Explosive Exhibition
June 5 to September 13.
Five years in the making, MythBusters: The Explosive Exhibition has come to life with myths and experiments that push the boundaries of museum exhibitions farther than they have ever been pushed. It is a true MythBusters creation, where flying airplanes, duct tape canoes and running through phosphorescent rain is par for the course.
Royal Ontario Museum
Pompeii: In the Shadow of the Volcano
Opens June 13
Over 200 objects excavated from the ancient site reveal the daily lives – public and private – of the people of Pompeii immediately prior to the great eruption, and the overwhelming toll paid by those who decided to stay.
For only the second time ever, two giant pandas (named Er Shun and Da Mao) are exhibited in Canada. See them now at the Zoo!
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TIFF Bell Lightbox
Andy Warhol: Stars of the Silver Screen
Debuting this fall
This major exhibition surveys Warhol’s celebrity obsession and features his personal collection of Hollywood artifacts and memorabilia, as well as early artworks, film and video works, and photographs.
Aga Khan Museum
Visions of Mughal India
Until June 21
Never before shown in North America, the exhibition Visions Of Mughal India: The Collection of Howard Hodgkin features exquisite paintings from this period produced in the Mughal court, the Deccani Sultanates, and the Rajput kingdoms.
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