Events In Toronto

What T.O. Do in Toronto this Summer

Vitalize Magazine highlights some amazing events in Toronto this summer, so check them out.

By Janelle Watkins

Events In Toronto

Events In Toronto
The AGO’s Georgia O’Keeffe Exhibition.

The AGO’s Georgia O’Keeffe Exhibition

This summer, the AGO presents a major retrospective of Georgia O’Keeffe’s works in the exhibition’s
only North American stop. Spanning her entire career, it is the largest and most significant O’Keeffe
exhibition presented in Canada, with over 100 paintings, including two pieces exclusive to the AGO’s
exhibit. Runs to July 30, 2017. Art Gallery of Ontario,

Raise the Caliber – Art Creates Change

How do you take decommissioned guns and bullets, confiscated through amnesty programs, and turn them into thought-provoking multi-media works of art? Find out at Raise the Caliber – Art Creates Change, featuring artists Doug Schwartz (DetroitWick) and Tracy Hiner (Black Crow Studios) as they demonstrate how tools of destruction can be transformed into beautiful works of art. June 1-June 15. Only One Gallery, Toronto,

Shakespeare in High Park

Join Canadian Stage this summer with its double bill of theatre under the stars, featuring Twelfth Night and King Lear, re-imagined from the female perspective. Pack your blankets and picnic baskets, because where else can you enjoy the magic combo of High Park, Shakespeare and dinner? June 28–September 3, High Park Theatre,

Seventh Annual Sail-In Cinema

Set out your blankets and buckets of popcorn and enjoy classic films under the stars at the Sail-In Cinema at Sugar Beach. Toronto’s only outdoor floating film event is a free festival showcasing classics selected by popular vote. It’s become the not-to-be-missed summer outing for the whole family.  August 17–19,  Sugar Beach,

Events In Toronto
Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition.

Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition

Stroll through the newly designed exhibition grounds at Nathan Phillips Square and take in the splendour of Canada’s largest and longest running outdoor art show. Featuring creations by more than 300 artists in painting, photography, mixed-media, jewelry and ceramics, you’re sure to find something you like. July 14–16. Nathan Phillips Square,

Cavalia’s Odysseo: Larger than Life

Embark on a journey to the world of dreams and equestrian adventure with Cavalia’s Odysseo production.It’s a show like no other. 65 horses and 48 artists put on a performance that’s equal parts Cirque du Soleil, equestrian arts, stage arts and high-tech theatrical effects. Odysseo is always sure to set your heart racing and deliver breathtaking stunts. June 21–July 16, The White Big Top, Mississauga,

Open Roof Festival

Let loose this summer and enjoy the movies, music and food that encompass the annual Open Roof Festival. It’s an experience for all the beautiful people, highlighting independent filmmakers and artists from Canada and abroad. It’s all about sharing music, food and film while enjoying some gorgeous summer nights with friends. June 27–August 29, 99 Sudbury Street,


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