Spring Things To Do in Toronto Canada at the Waterfront

Spring Things To Do in Toronto Canada at the Waterfront

We get it, sometimes it’s hard to find Toronto things to do! There can be so many options and choices to choose from it becomes overwhelming almost. Never fear! We have made a list of Spring Things To Do in Toronto Canada for you to read + share with your friends!

Check out the list below of exciting events happening right in Toronto’s backyard: the waterfront!

Waterfront Performances

Check out these Spring things to do in Toronto Canada like a dockside performance series bringing together musicians, artists, comedians, poets, dancers and more for an intimate outdoor productions.

The Art & Water music series, 100 Days of Summer, occurs Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 6-9pm at 585 Queen’s Quay West (Dan Leckie and Queen’s Quay) as well as 1 Queen’s Quay West (Yonge and Queen’s Quay).

When: Times vary

Where: Locations vary

Cost: Free

CoMotion Festival

Looking for things do do in Toronto Canada involving art? Harbourfront Centre’s CoMotion, one of the largest scale Deaf and disability arts festivals in Canada, celebrates bold new work and creative expressions by Deaf and disabled artists. CoMotion is curated by renowned Canadian playwright, actor and disability arts advocate Alex Bulmer and features a diverse series of engaging performances, events, visual art exhibitions, workshops and panel discussions.

When: Now – May 1, 2022

Where: Various locations

Cost: Varies by performance

A Tribute to Toronto

Marking the closing of the 2022 festival, the Toronto Biennial of Art presents a newly commissioned site-specific work by artist Judy Chicago. This one-of-a-kind Smoke Sculpture™ will be visible from the shore of Lake Ontario, as a series of environmentally safe, non-toxic coloured smokes are released from a barge. For this one-time performance, the public is invited to gather at the waterfront to see the lake and sky transformed.

When: June 4, 2022

Where: Sugar Beach

Cost: Free

Toronto Music Garden

Explore the Toronto Music Gardens

The Toronto Music Gardens is a hidden gem on the Toronto waterfront! Take a walk through the beautiful greenery and flowers and you might even forget you’re in the heart of the city. It’s the perfect place for a walk or Instagram photoshoot but be sure to get there quickly so you don’t miss all the different blooming flowers!

You can even bring a blanket and your favourite waterfront restaurant take out.

When: Anytime!

Where: 497 Queens Quay W

Cost: Free

Immersive Frida Exhibit Toronto Waterfront
Photo cred: @flow_and_grow_

Immerse Yourself in the art of Frida Khalo

Explore the world through the eyes of the legendary Frida Kahlo – a brilliant, uncompromising painter who created some of the history’s most iconic artwork. The groundbreaking team behind the smash hit Immersive Van Gogh now turn their eye for innovation towards the work of a woman who boldly told the story of her life in brushstrokes.

They also have yoga classes available!

When: Now – May 31, 2022

Where: 1 Yonge Street

Cost: Tickets starting at $39.99

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