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Toronto Events September 2020

Toronto Events September 2020

Best Things to Do in Toronto in September

Toronto events September 2020 include exciting arts and literary events, lip-smacking food festivals at the Harbourfront Centre, colourful cultural festivals, sports events and concert shows.

However, the prestigious and glamorous Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is the most dearly awaited and adored festival in September. The Canadian International Air Show also fetches huge crowd at the CNE waterfront during Labour Day weekend.

Summer is over and it’s time to greet fabulous fall colours. The weather in Toronto is very pleasant and flattering for outdoor activities, harbour cruise, and patio dining.

Toronto Events September - Canadian National Exhibition (aka CNE)

Explore the Toronto events September 2020 schedule to find out more about assortment of excellent events, sports action and concerts taking place in the city and start planning!

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Toronto Concerts & Shows in September 2020

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Toronto Theatres & Shows in September 2020

Les MiserablesLes Misérables – Princess Of Wales Theatre – Begins September 27, 2020

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Toronto Sports Events September 2020

Toronto Blue Jays – Home Games September 2020

Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre, Toronto 
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Blue Jays Schedule – September 2020
Sun, Sep 1 at 01:07pm vs. Kansas City Royals
Tue, Sep 10 at 07:07pm vs. Los Angeles Angels
Wed, Sep 11 at 07:07pm vs. Los Angeles Angels
Thu, Sep 12 at 07:07pm vs. Los Angeles Angels
Fri, Sep 13 at 07:07pm vs. Baltimore Orioles
Sat, Sep 14 at 01:07pm vs. Baltimore Orioles
Sun, Sep 15 at 01:07pm vs. Baltimore Orioles
Tue, Sep 17 at 07:07pm vs. New York Yankees
Wed, Sep 18 at 07:07pm vs. New York Yankees
Thu, Sep 19 at 07:07pm vs. New York Yankees
Fri, Sep 27 at 07:07pm vs. Tampa Bay Rays
Sat, Sep 28 at 01:07pm vs. Tampa Bay Rays
Sun, Sep 29 at 01:07pm vs. Tampa Bay Rays

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Toronto Events & Festivals in September

Canadian National Exhibition

Toronto Events - Canadian National Exhibition

When: August 16 – September 2, 2020

Where: Exhibition Place – 100 Princes Boulevard, Toronto

Cost: Various ($5 – $52)


See August events for more details.

More about Canadian National Exhibition

Toronto International Film Festival

When: September 5-15, 2020

Where: Various venues in Toronto

Cost: Free and Paid


Do you fancy having a glimpse of your favourite Hollywood icons in Toronto? The prestigious Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) offers tons of opportunity for stargazing.

Glamour and fashion takes over streets of Toronto as Hollywood super stars flood the city for one of the most influential and remarkable film festival in the world. The festival showcases numerous mind-blowing international, Hollywood and Canadian films.

The festival features world premieres, gala presentations, Midnight Madness series, exhibitions, special events, TIFF Kids, and workshops to cultivate the understanding of film and film making.

Check the website for full schedule and tickets.

Vegetarian Food Festival

When: September 6-8, 2020

Where: Harbourfront Centre, Toronto

Cost: Free Admission


If you love vegetarian food, the annual Vegetarian Food Festival promises to be the perfect event for the vegans. The three-day long event gives you an incredible opportunity to relish a wonderful assortment of vegetarian dishes.

The event is considered as the biggest festival of its kind in North America. Come out at the Harbourfront Centre and enjoy lip-smacking vegetarian cuisine and shop from over 100 exhibitors. The admission is free and lots of vendors generously offer free samples.

Taste of the Kingsway Festival

When: September 6-8, 2020

Where: Bloor St. W between Prince Edward Dr. and Montgomery Rd.

Cost: Free Admission


The Taste of the Kingsway Festival is an annual fall event celebrating fabulous food and extraordinary entertainment along Bloor Street West between Prince Edward Drive and Montgomery Road.

The main attraction of the festival is an incredible range of international cuisine, beer and wine. There are lots of options for entertainment too, including live music and performances on 2 big stages, the Dog Show, street performances, midway rides, buskers and clowns, face painting, rock climbing walls, auto show and craft displays.

The family-friendly festival offers something for everyone. Come and experience fantastic smells, sounds and sights at the Taste of the Kingsway Festival.

Cabbagetown Festival of the Arts

When: September 7-8, 2020

Where: Cabbagetown, Toronto

Cost: Free Admission


Cabbagetown Festival of the Arts features a wide array of entertainment from performers, artists and dancers. You can buy jewellery, paintings, handmade soap, unique clothing, pottery, and other interesting stuff.

The festival celebrates the diversity of beautiful Cabbagetown community through beautiful artistic display, live entertainment and local food.

The Beach Celtic Festival

When: September 7-8, 2020

Where: Kew Gardens, Toronto

Cost: Free Admission


The annual Beach Celtic Festival is held in charming Kew Gardens and celebrates all things Celtic. The festival offers live entertainment – pipe bands, Highland dancers, Irish dancers, singers and musicians symbolizing Irish and Scottish heritage and culture.

You can also enjoy several family friendly activities, games, face paintings and mouth-watering food. The vendors offer authentic Celtic wares like jewellery, stone carvings, clothing, and much more.

Toronto Beer Week

When: September 13-21, 2020

Where: Various venues across the city

Cost: Paid


Toronto Beer Week provides great opportunity to beer lovers to sip and savour the flavours of great beer. The weeklong event features authentically brewed, flavourful beer and the artistic brewers.

There are tons of amazing events including beer dinners, cask beer tasting, brewing demonstrations, and homebrew competition. You can visit the participating bars, clubs, restaurants and breweries and enjoy authentic, flavoursome beer.

Toronto Ukrainian Festival

When: September 13-15, 2020

Where: Bloor West Village, Toronto, between Jane St. and Glendowynne Rd.

Cost: Free Admission


Discover and experience Ukrainian culture and heritage at the annual Toronto Ukrainian Festival. Considered as North America’s largest Ukrainian street extravaganza, the festival celebrates Ukrainian culture through fantastic fusion of food, music, dance, and visual arts.

The main stage presents breathtaking live entertainment featuring top performers from Ukraine, Canada, USA and Europe. The festival also provides opportunity to upcoming and amateur artists to display their talent and skills.

Relish authentic Ukrainian cuisine, enjoy colourful parade, and participate in interactive activities. The kids can enjoy the midway rides, face painting and other fun-filled actions.

Roncesvalles Polish Festival

When: September 14-15, 2020

Where: Roncesvalles Avenue, from Queen St. West to Dundas St. West, Toronto

Cost: Free Admission


Live entertainment, music, dance, great food, buskers, street performers, and live bands in Toronto’s dazzling neighbourhood – this is just a scoop on Roncesvalles Polish Festival.

Considered as the largest Polish festival in North America, the festival celebrates everything that is Polish. Relish the delicious Polish delicacies from pierogies to bigos and kielbasa to borscht.

The street festival offers Polish and international music, folklore and the famous “Dance Under The Stars” polka party on Saturday night. Kids can enjoy midway rides and other fun-filled activities.

Canada’s Walk of Fame Festival

When: September 19-21, 2020

Where: Massey Hall, Toronto

Cost: $29.50 – $125.50


Come and join the music revelers in celebration of Canadian music at Canada’s Walk of Fame Festival. In its 4th year, the three day music gala offers 100% Canadian entertainment featuring Canada’s most famous and distinguished performers to electrifying rising talent.

This year the headliner performers include Burton Cummings, Serena Ryder and Maestro Fresh Wes.


When: September 19-28, 2020

Where: Various venues in Toronto

Cost: $69 – $299


If you are a comedy lover and looking for some hilarious stuff, JFL42 offers unique opportunity to entertain yourself. The event offers side-splitting and spellbinding comedy related shows over 10 days at various venues in Toronto.

This year the event features 3 headliners – Aziz Ansari, Sarah Silverman and Family Guy Live along with 42 other mind-blowing shows and comedians. Check the website for schedule, decide what you want to see and buy a pass!

Pan American Food Festival

When: September 20-22, 2020

Where: Harbourfront Centre, Toronto

Cost: Free Admission


The Pan American Food Festival is a new culinary event that offers you great opportunity to sample and savour variety of international cuisine. The event takes over Harbourfront Centre, showcasing the wide variety of flavours, arts and talent throughout the Americas – North, South, Central and the Caribbean.

The three day event features famous restaurants, celebrity chefs, food producers and food vendors.

Come and celebrate the cultural diversity of the Western Hemisphere, relish lip-smacking food, enjoy live music, visual arts and assortment of fun activities.

The Words On The Street

Toronto Events - The Words On The Street

When: September 22, 2020

Where: Queen’s Park

Cost: Free


The Word On The Street is Canada’s biggest book and magazine festival and celebrates the written word and literacy. The annual Toronto event offers lots of things to do and see for visitors of all ages.

Explore the heaps of books and magazines at close to 250 tents in the Exhibitor Marketplace, enjoy a wide array of presentations and events including book reading, storytelling, debates, seminars, question-answer sessions and much more at 15 event stages.

Young kids can also enjoy craft workshops, book reading, dance, music and several other events especially focussed for them. More about The Words On The Street

Toronto Garlic Festival

When: September 22, 2020 9am – 5pm

Where: Evergreen Brick Works, 550 Bayview Avenue, Toronto

Cost: $5


Toronto Garlic Festival offers you amazing opportunity to taste savoury delicacies, stock up garlic direct from Ontario farmers, buy speciality products and watch garlic cooking demos from chefs and local cooks.

Enjoy mouth-watering garlic dishes including garlic bread, garlic ribs, garlic fries and garlic popcorn with craft beer, wine or homemade soda. For sweet lovers, there are garlic ice cream, garlic fudge, garlic truffles, jams, jellies and much more. You can buy Ontario made products and condiments including fermented drinks, homemade sodas, black garlic, smoked garlic, garlic dips, pesto and jellies, pickle made from Toronto rooftop hives.

The event also features educational workshop, contests, lectures, presentations and a short film.

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