Sun, Fri, Sat @ Church & Wellesley Street
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Lavelle - Great for a Date Night. Great Snap for your IG.
Get your daytime fix at Cabana Pool Bar Patio
EFS in the Heart of Toronto's Entertainment District. Enjoy food and drinks at this top notch establishment.
The Baro is where traditional latin culture and cuisine is reimagined with distinct modern flair and becomes something entirely its own.
The Porche Rooftop Patio with an amazing view of the CN Tower!
Pride Toronto @ Church & Wellesley StreetGay Pride Toronto is one of Canada’s premier arts and cultural festivals and one of the largest Pride celebrations in the world. Pride week features 30 days of world class arts and cultural programming, community activities, one of the world’s largest street festivals.
The Pride Village & Street Fair
Friday, June 23rd – Sunday June 25th, 2023 – Pride takes over the blocks bordered by Bloor Street, Jarvis Street, Carton Street and Yonge Street (the TTC Stations at Bloor or Wellesley work well).
The annual Street Fair in the Church-Wellesley Village as part of Pride Week allows visitors to take a stroll through car-free streets where you can connect with local organisations participating in the Community Fair, or browse the wares of the Marketplace, home to fantastic artisans and a diverse selection of delicious food from partnering vendors.
Sunday, June 25th, 2023 – The main parade takes place from the corner of Church St and Bloor St all the way down Yonge St to Yonge-Dundas Square. The procession kicks off at 2pm.
Stay close to all the daytime pride celebrations and afterparties at The Ivy at Verity, a boutqiue hotel rated “Excellent” by guests, located in a restored 1850’s chocolate factory with charming decor and highly-rated breakfasts.
The Pride Month runs for about 30 days. The Pride Festival usually falls on the last week of June. The Gay Pride Parade is held on either the last weekend of June or the first weekend of July. About 100,000 people attend the parade. After the parade, there are lots of live music and entertainment. Church Street gets turned into a large beer garden.
Toronto Pride is one of the largest festivals in North America. The festival site consists of 22 city blocks that are closed to traffic.