Tomorrow is the big day! We have already outlined a few fun events and things to do in Toronto, but we want to make sure you’re covered for the spectacular fireworks that will be taking place in various places in the city.

 

 
 
 
Get your lawn chairs ready and check out one of these:
 
Nathan Phillips Sqaure
This will most definitely be the busiest spot to watch the fireworks and gather for celebrate Canada. Nathan Phillips Square starts their celebrations today and will bring Canada’s rich culture to life with an incredible mix of music, dance, circus and street arts. A nightly fireworks show will end the evening at 10:55pm.
 
Scarborough Civic Centre
If you live in the east end of Toronto, save yourself the hassle of driving downtown and head to the Scarborough Civic Centre for a multi-stage event that will feature performances by local, national and international music acts from desert blues, Taiwanese indie, and electronica to legents of reggae and South Asian hip hop that will get everyone on their feet. There will also be a family activity zone and hospitality area offering food and beverage throughout the day. Scarborough’s fireworks finale will end the night at 10:55pm.
 
Humber Bay Park West
 
This family-friendly event is a great option to escape crowded Nathan Phillips Square. Here you will find cultural performances, a hospitality area offering food and beverage, and sit-specific dance and multi-arts performances on the water and throughout the green space will highlight the event’s location at the mouth of Mimico Creek. End the night with their spectacular fireworks display at 10:55pm.
 
Mel Lastman Square
 
If you’re in North York, Mel Lastman Square is having their long-standing Canada Day event, which will be heightened this year to celebrate Canada 150. This event will highlight urban music and culture from Toronto, Canada and the world. Enjoy family-friendly programming, outdoor theatre, circus arts and a hospitality area offering food and beverage. This event also ends the evening with fireworks at 10:55pm.
 
Toronto is the next best place to Ottawa to celebrate Canada, and with several options to choose from, you won’t have to worry about being left with one over-crowded option.
 
Happy #Canada150

 

Tomorrow is the big day! We have already outlined a few fun events and things to do in Toronto, but we want to make sure you’re covered for the spectacular fireworks that will be taking place in various places in the city.

 

 
 
 
Get your lawn chairs ready and check out one of these:
 
Nathan Phillips Sqaure
This will most definitely be the busiest spot to watch the fireworks and gather for celebrate Canada. Nathan Phillips Square starts their celebrations today and will bring Canada’s rich culture to life with an incredible mix of music, dance, circus and street arts. A nightly fireworks show will end the evening at 10:55pm.
 
Scarborough Civic Centre
If you live in the east end of Toronto, save yourself the hassle of driving downtown and head to the Scarborough Civic Centre for a multi-stage event that will feature performances by local, national and international music acts from desert blues, Taiwanese indie, and electronica to legents of reggae and South Asian hip hop that will get everyone on their feet. There will also be a family activity zone and hospitality area offering food and beverage throughout the day. Scarborough’s fireworks finale will end the night at 10:55pm.
 
Humber Bay Park West
 
This family-friendly event is a great option to escape crowded Nathan Phillips Square. Here you will find cultural performances, a hospitality area offering food and beverage, and sit-specific dance and multi-arts performances on the water and throughout the green space will highlight the event’s location at the mouth of Mimico Creek. End the night with their spectacular fireworks display at 10:55pm.
 
Mel Lastman Square
 
If you’re in North York, Mel Lastman Square is having their long-standing Canada Day event, which will be heightened this year to celebrate Canada 150. This event will highlight urban music and culture from Toronto, Canada and the world. Enjoy family-friendly programming, outdoor theatre, circus arts and a hospitality area offering food and beverage. This event also ends the evening with fireworks at 10:55pm.
 
Toronto is the next best place to Ottawa to celebrate Canada, and with several options to choose from, you won’t have to worry about being left with one over-crowded option.
 
Happy #Canada150

 

Tomorrow is the big day! We have already outlined a few fun events and things to do in Toronto, but we want to make sure you’re covered for the spectacular fireworks that will be taking place in various places in the city.

 

 
 
 
Get your lawn chairs ready and check out one of these:
 
Nathan Phillips Sqaure
This will most definitely be the busiest spot to watch the fireworks and gather for celebrate Canada. Nathan Phillips Square starts their celebrations today and will bring Canada’s rich culture to life with an incredible mix of music, dance, circus and street arts. A nightly fireworks show will end the evening at 10:55pm.
 
Scarborough Civic Centre
If you live in the east end of Toronto, save yourself the hassle of driving downtown and head to the Scarborough Civic Centre for a multi-stage event that will feature performances by local, national and international music acts from desert blues, Taiwanese indie, and electronica to legents of reggae and South Asian hip hop that will get everyone on their feet. There will also be a family activity zone and hospitality area offering food and beverage throughout the day. Scarborough’s fireworks finale will end the night at 10:55pm.
 
Humber Bay Park West
 
This family-friendly event is a great option to escape crowded Nathan Phillips Square. Here you will find cultural performances, a hospitality area offering food and beverage, and sit-specific dance and multi-arts performances on the water and throughout the green space will highlight the event’s location at the mouth of Mimico Creek. End the night with their spectacular fireworks display at 10:55pm.
 
Mel Lastman Square
 
If you’re in North York, Mel Lastman Square is having their long-standing Canada Day event, which will be heightened this year to celebrate Canada 150. This event will highlight urban music and culture from Toronto, Canada and the world. Enjoy family-friendly programming, outdoor theatre, circus arts and a hospitality area offering food and beverage. This event also ends the evening with fireworks at 10:55pm.
 
Toronto is the next best place to Ottawa to celebrate Canada, and with several options to choose from, you won’t have to worry about being left with one over-crowded option.
 
Happy #Canada150

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