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Your Guide To Pride Weekend 2017 In Toronto

photo credit: @scottcorman

Pride month culminates into one epic weekend festival that takes over the streets of Toronto. But in addition to the three (yes, three!) parades, there are tons of events and parties taking place in the city this weekend.

Check out our pride picks below:



On Friday, the Trans March starts at Church and Hayden and invites all Trans and non-binary people to come celebrate. The Dyke March on Saturday begins with a rally and heads down, finishing at Allan Gardens, ending with a queer festival of arts and music. The big parade does down on Sunday afternoon, ending at Yonge-Dundas Square.


Drag Ball

Saturday, June 24 2:00pm – 11:00pm, Yonge-Dundas Stage

This ball features a line-up of some of drag’s biggest Queens and Kings, including DJ Kitty Glitter. The event also promises a not-to-be-missed closing performer at 10 pm.

#suckit @djkittyglitter @fernandobarrazacreative @bassfamcreative @aussiegear @doodad_and_fandango

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That’s So Gay: Uprising

June 22-August 17, The Gladstone Hotel

Among all the parties and concerts, be sure to get your art fix in at The Gladstone. The Gladstone Hotel’s returning Pride art exhibition will focus this year on social justice and queer identity in Indigenous, Black and other people of colour. The show will run until August 17.



Sunday, June 25, 12:00pm – 11:00pm, Wellesley Stage

For 20 years, Blockorama has been celebrating Black, Caribbean and African pride as one of the most popular events of the weekend. Headlined by Evelyn ‘Champagne’ King, this party will also feature a market that showcasing local goods from independent business owners.

Can you see me now, am I clear to ya? Photo @carinaninguem

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The Final Play

Sunday, June 25, 2:00pm – 11:00pm Yonge-Dundas Stage

For the last hurrah of the weekend, head to Yonge-Dundas square. DJs will spin starting at 2pm to 6pm and then Spice Girls tribute band Wannabe will take the stage, followed by dream-pop trio KING. Then, U.K. band Years & Years will close out the night.

eheheh we're going to be on the Jonathan Ross show on saturday at 10:00pm yeyyy watch it watch it !!📺

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