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July events in Toronto: Jazz, beer, and family fun

posted by: Best Western Plus Travel Hotel Toronto Airport on: June 13, 2019 05:09:38 PM

Toronto is many things, and usually different things during different periods of the year. When it comes to the summer, it’s all about fun. No matter who you are or what your interests are, you’ll be sure to find plenty of fun goings-on around town that’ll have entertained and enjoying your trip to the city. Just take a look at some of the events we have coming up in July. There’ll be jazz festivals, one for the beer lovers, and the transformation of an iconic Toronto building. Check out all you need to know below.

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For the jazz fans

Do you love jazz? Then you won’t want to miss the Beaches International Jazz Festival 2019, which will be taking place from July 5 all the way through to July 28. It’s now in its 31st year, and promises to be bigger and better than ever! There’s a big line up and plenty of events, so see what catches your eye and head down.

Check out Ontario Place

Ontario Place is the place to be this summer! It’s all about having a good time this season, with yoga classes, kayak sessions, festivals, food, and much more all taking place throughout the summer. There’ll be things happening every day all the way through to September, so check it out during your trip.

Festival of beers

Finally, love beer? Then don’t miss Toronto’s Festival of Beer, which will be taking place at Bandshell Park from July 26 - 28. It will be as good as it sounds.

Wrap up your summer trip to the city by staying at the best hotel in Toronto? At the Best Western Plus Travel Hotel Toronto Airport, you’ll have everything you need to fully enjoy your trip away from home. We offer a range of accommodation types, all of which are equipped with state of the art amenities. As well as comfortable sleeping arrangements, you’ll also enjoy a complimentary breakfast, and access to a fitness centre.

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