Toronto Events May 2013

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Toronto Events May 2013 schedule is loaded down with several quirky film and art festivals, including Inside Out Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival, Toronto Comic Arts Festival and Mayworks Festival of Working People and the Arts.

After cherry blossom in spring, it is time when Toronto begins to bloom with outdoor festival season. CONTACT Toronto Photography Festival, Toronto International Circus Festival, Doors Open Toronto, Anime North, SING! The Toronto Vocal Arts Festival and Artfest at the Distillery are some of the top Toronto events in May 2013.

Don't miss The Killers and The Rolling Stones cocerts at the Air Canada Centre. Toronto Blue Jays home games at the Rogers Centre also draw many fans to Toronto in May.

Check out Toronto events May 2013 listing for unlimited fun and excitement in Toronto.

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Toronto Blue Jays - Home Games May 2013

With expectation at all time high, will star-studded Blue Jays dominate the competitive American League Eastern Division? Who Knows! But Blue Jays definitely needs your support. Catch Toronto Blue Jays in action at Rogers Centre and give a big round of applause everytime they score a home run.

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Blue Jays Schedule - May 2013

Wed, May 1 at 07:07pm vs. Boston Red Sox

Thu, May 2 at 07:07pm vs. Boston Red Sox

Fri, May 3 at 07:07pm vs. Seattle Mariners

Sat, May 4 at 01:07pm vs. Seattle Mariners

Sun, May 5 at 01:07pm vs. Seattle Mariners

Tue, May 14 at 07:07pm vs. San Francisco Giants

Wed, May 15 at 07:07pm vs. San Francisco Giants

Mon, May 20 at 01:07pm vs. Tampa Bay Rays

Tue, May 21 at 07:07pm vs. Tampa Bay Rays

Wed, May 22 at 04:37pm vs. Tampa Bay Rays

Thu, May 23 at 07:07pm vs. Baltimore Orioles

Fri, May 24 at 07:07pm vs. Baltimore Orioles

Sat, May 25 at 01:07pm vs. Baltimore Orioles

Sun, May 26 at 01:07pm vs. Baltimore Orioles

Mon, May 27 at 07:07pm vs. Atlanta Braves

Tue, May 28 at 12:37pm vs. Atlanta Braves

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Toronto Events & Festivals May 2013

 

Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival

When: April 25 - May 5, 2013 times vary

Where: Various venues in Downtown Toronto

Cost: Free, Paid

Website: www.hotdocs.ca

If you're an avid follower of documentary movies, Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival in Toronto is a must-go event for you.

The festival presents more than 180 avant-garde documentaries from every corner of the globe, covering a wide range of subjects. Whether you like sports, crime, war, cults, adventure sports or education, you will find some mind-boggling documentaries on each theme.

The festival also features Canadian and international competitive programs, The Doc Shop, an international documentary market and Hot Docs forum.

For students and seniors, the festival offers free entry during daytime screenings. If you can't take advantage of free shows, it's still worth to buy tickets. The Hot Docs ticket packages are cheaper and flexible option if you are going with friends and family.

Check the website for movie schedule, venues and tickets.

CONTACT Photography Festival

When: May 1-31, 2013 times vary

Where: Several venues across Toronto

Cost: Free

Website: www.contactphoto.com

With more than 1500 Canadian and international photographers presenting their art at several venues throughout Toronto, CONTACT Photography Festival is the largest photography event of its kind in the world. The theme for 2013 is "Field of Vision".

The annual event in May celebrates and promotes the profession of photography. The festival provides great opportunity to promising and established photographers to exhibit their creativity and vision in photography.

If you love the art of photography, there is lot to see, do and admire. The festival showcases some breath-taking work from artists all around the world. Several workshops, exhibitions, shows, lectures, film screenings take place at major galleries, museums and community centres. You will also find some interesting presentations on streets of Toronto and even subway platforms.

Mayworks Festival of Working People and the Arts

When: May 1-15, 2013

Where: Several venues across Toronto

Cost: Paid

Website: www.mayworks.ca

The annual Mayworks Festival of Working People and the Arts is a unique arts festival that celebrates working class people and their culture. As the largest labour arts festival of Canada, the event focuses on themes of labour, art and politics.

The festival showcases the grave realities of Layoffs, immigration issues, labour issues, economic and job insecurity, insufficient social assistance through theatrical performances, poetry, reading, arts display, concert, workshops, forums and film screenings.

Please check the website for event schedule, location and ticket.

SING! The Toronto Vocal Arts Festival

When: May 9-12, 2013 times vary

Where: Harbourfront Centre, Toronto

Cost: Free, Paid

Website: www.singtoronto.ca

For four days in May, SING! The Toronto Vocal Arts Festival takes centre stage at Harbourfront Centre in the celebration of human voice. The voice that is not restricted by any genre, culture, race or language!

Hundreds of local and international vocal artists join together for the Toronto's leading a cappella festival and offer more than 100 live concerts, educational workshops and other events.

This year star concerts include The Real Group, The Swingle Singers, From Sea to Sea: New Canadian Choral Works and Moments to Remember: A Tribute to Harmony Groups of the 50s and 60s.

Mark the calendar and come out to enjoy this unique festival. Most of the concerts and events are free! The headliner concerts tickets are priced $20-$40.

Toronto Comic Arts Festival

When: May 11-12, 2013

Where: Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge St, Toronto

Cost: Free

Website: www.torontocomics.com

Toronto Comic Arts Festival, an unconventional but interesting comic event, celebrates comic arts and their creators. More than 300 local and international comic artists and cartoonists display their incredible art work at Toronto Reference Library.

If you like humour and wit, the festival offers something for everyone. The major events are art exhibitions, interviews, panel discussion, readings, gallery shows, vendor fair and workshops - all about comic.

Toronto International Circus Festival

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When: May 18-20, 2013

Where: Harbourfront Centre, Toronto

Cost: Free

Website: www.tocircusfestival.com

This Victoria Day weekend, bring your kids to Harbourfront Centre for unlimited fun, amusement and laughter – all free of charge.

Toronto International Circus Festival sponsored by Zero Gravity Circus offers you spellbinding experience for 3 days. The festival features amazing daredevils, comical clowns, expert acrobats, incredible jugglers and talented buskers, displaying a stunning showcase of their skills.

Experience and enjoy the watertight acrobatic acts, hilarious comedy, jaw-dropping stunts, mindboggling juggling, circus drama, dance, music, magic and all kind of bolt from the blue!

Artfest at the Distillery - Spring Art & Craft Show

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When: May 18-20, 2013 11.00am - 6.00pm

Where: Distillery District, Toronto

Cost: Free

Website: www.artfestontario.com

Artfest at the Distillery is an outdoor arts and craft show, featuring more than 75 artists from across Canada. Enjoy wonderful exhibition of unique and handmade pottery, glass, paintings, jewellery, photography and leather items in the historical Distillery District. The three day event offers live music, delicious food and much more. Free Admission!

Inside Out Toronto LGBT Film Festival

When: May 23 - June 2, 2013 times vary

Where: Various venues in Downtown Toronto

Cost: Free, Paid

Website: www.insideout.ca

Toronto hosts several film festivals throughout the year, but Inside Out Toronto LGBT Film Festival is unique and outlandish. As a largest festival of its kind in Canada, the event brings the lesbians, gays, bisexuals and trans community together to celebrate the queer cinema.

For 11 days, the festival showcases Canadian and international films made by and about LGBT people. Through a series of screenings, panel discussion, installations and artist talks, the festival supports lives of LGBT people of all ages, races and abilities.

Check the website for schedule, venues and tickets.

Anime North

When: May 24-26, 2013

Where: Toronto Congress Centre and Doubletree International Plaza hotel

Cost: Paid

Website: www.animenorth.com

Anime North is Canada's premier fan-run Anime Convention that celebrates Japanese culture in Toronto. This year the convention offers a full weekend of anime, magna, music and games at Toronto Congress Centre and Doubletree International Plaza hotel.

The event includes amazing dance party, game shows, costume competitions, singing competitions, workshops and many other entertaining activities.

Doors Open Toronto

When: May 25-26, 2013

Where: Toronto

Cost: Free

Website: www.toronto.ca/doorsopen

More than 150 historical buildings open their doors to the public for free during the annual Doors Open Toronto. As Canada's biggest Doors Open event, this weekend festival invites you to tour some of Toronto's architectural jewels and hidden gems, not normally open to the public.

So seize the wonderful opportunity to explore and recognize some of the great historical and cultural heritage in Toronto.

This year's theme - 'Creators, Makers and Innovators' offers several old buildings that have been redesigned into modern 21st century spaces. Check out the complete list of venues on the website and make sure to go early to avoid the long lines.

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