Weekend Events & Festivals in Toronto: Friday, July 19 to Sunday, July 21, 2019
A weekly digest of What’s on in Toronto this weekend: Activities, Food Festivals, Exhibitions, Live Music, Live Theatre & Performances, Sports and Festivals in Toronto. Few GTA events are also listed.
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I. Live Music & Concerts
Beaches International Jazz Festival
Toronto’s beloved music festival and summer mainstay, the Beaches International Jazz Festival, returns to celebrate its 31st year of unparalleled music from both established and emerging artists.
An eagerly-awaited lineup of performances will take over Woodbine Park this weekend
July 5 to 28, 2019
TD Woodbine Park Series: July 19 to 21, 2019
Queen St. E. and Woodbine Park, Toronto
Toronto East Rotary Club Blues Festival
Come see feature act Danny Marks & The BLUZ.FM Allstars plus Easy Rolling, The Blues Miners and The Tone Dogs. Activities include a BBQ, Beverage Terrace, Community Market, Kids Activities & free, live Blues music all day long.
Saturday, July 20 | 11 AM – 9 PM
East York Civic Centre, 850 Coxwell Avenue, East York
Outdoor Summer Concerts
- Soul in the City – Juno Award-winning artist Sean Jones on Mondays – June 3rd – August 26th, 2019 | 7:30 PM @ Casa Loma (Ticketed)
- Union Summer – Live Music Daily @ Sir John A. Macdonald Plaza (outside Union Station), 65 Front St. W., Toronto (Free)
- Symphony in the Gardens on Tuesdays, June 4th – August 27th, 2019 | 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM @ Casa loma (Ticketed)
- Music City Summer Series – Saturdays & Select Mondays, June 1 to September 2, 2019 | 2:00 PM to 06:00 PM @ Trinity Square, Distillery District, Toronto (Free)
- Bennie and the Jets – Tribute to Elton John on July 17 | 7:30PM @ North Thornhill Community Centre
- City Hall Live – ft. Moodset on July 17, 2019,12:30 PM to 1:30 PM @ Nathan Phillips Square
- The Edwards Summer Music Series: Toronto-based singer/songwriter Amanda Rheaume on Thursday, July 11 | 7:00 PM @ Toronto Botanical Garden
- Summer Music in the Park David Leask on Friday, July 19 | 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM; Rob Tardik Duo on July 20 | 1:30 PM – 4:30 PM & Lucian Gray Quartet on July 21 | 1:30 PM – 4:30 [email protected] Village of Yorkville Park (Free)
- The Beresfords, Kris Barclay, Sons of Daughters on Friday, July 19, 2019 @ Yonge-Dundas Square
- Sunday Serenades -Swing Shift Big Band on Sunday, July 21, 2019 | 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM @ Mel Lastman Square
- Port Union Summer Concert Series – The Climax Jazz Band on Sundays, July 14 | 07:00 PM @ Port Union Community Center, Scarborough.
- Jazz Sundays at the Vista – Sundays | 3:00 PM @ Vista Eatery at Ontario Place
Big Sky Music Festival
Mason Ramsey, Jason McCoy and The Redhill Valleys, Alabama, Travis Tritt and Diamond Rio
Saturday, July 20, 2019 | 10:00 AM to late
Burl’s Creek Event Grounds — 240 Line 8 South, Oro-Medonte
$99.99 & up
Muhtadi International Drumming Festival
Muhtadi International Drumming Festival is a two-day multicultural extravaganza that showcases 30 plus performers/groups playing an eclectic array of drums from a beautiful mix of nations. In addition to the live performances, the event also features Drum Village workshops where members of the public can learn, and try their hands at, various drumming styles. Lots of mouthwatering ethnic foods will also be available as well as arts and crafts for many parts of the world – including international Vegan Marketplace.
July 20 & 21, 2019
Regent Park, 600 Dundas St E, Toronto
Toronto Summer Music Festival
The 2019 Festival showcases an outstanding group of artists including soprano Adrianne Pieczonka, pianist Jon Kimura Parker, renowned countertenor Daniel Taylor, pianist Angela Hewitt performing Bach’s beloved Goldberg Variations, the acclaimed Dover Quartet, The Art of Time Ensemble with Canadian singer-songwriter Sarah Slean, the Rolston String Quartet, conductor Gemma New, and world premieres by celebrated Canadian composers Alexina Louie and Christos Hatzis.
July 11 to August 3, 2019
Various Venues, Toronto
Free & Ticketed Events
Promise Cherry Beach
Sling your hammock, lay down your picnic blanket, dig your toes into the sand. Come hang out while a lineup of underground djs blend the soundtrack to a perfect summer. House, techno, dub, disco, electro and beach party grooves.
July 21 | 3 to 11 PM
Cherry Beach Clarke Beach Park,1 Cherry St, Toronto
Concert Tours/EDM/ Concerts This Week
- Belle & Sebastian on Tuesday, July 16 | 07:00 PM @ The Danforth Music Hall
- Backstreet Boys: DNA World Tour on Wednesday, July 17, 2019 | 8:00 PM @ Scotiabank Arena
- Laura Fernandez / Don Naduriak Quintet on Wednesday, July 17, 2019 | 8:00 PM @ Jazz Bistro
- Jeff Lynne’s ELO on Thursday, July 18, 2019 | 8:00 PM @ Scotiabank Arena
- Pup on Sunday, July 21, 2019 | 6:00 PM @ RBC Echo Beach
For more live music at nightclubs and Food/Beer/Spirit Festivals & Events, see under V. Nightlife/Food Festivals & Events
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II. Arts & Theatre
Performing Arts Events
Live Theatre/Comedy events this include:
- Shakespeare in High Park (The battle of sexes is on full display with a comedic tale of love and desire, Much Ado About Nothing, and the timeless story of morality and power, Measure For Measure.) July 4 – September 1, 2019 @ High Park.
- The Promised Land: Steinbeck Through Song @ Young Centre for the Performing Arts
- Fool For Love @ Young Centre for the Performing Arts
- A Midsummer Night’s Dream (outdoor Theatre) @ Little Avenue Memorial Park
- Porch View Dances: PVD is a community dance festival that engages everyday people as creators, storytellers, and performers. PVD will take audiences on a walking tour of Seaton Village in the Annex of Toronto, to witness new dance works created by professional choreographers. @ 92 London St, Toronto
- Guild Festival Theatre presents Anne by Paul Ledoux @ Guildwood Park
- Bard’s Bus Tour: A (musical) Midsummer Night’s Dream @ Various Parks
- Latrice Royale – Here’s To Life! on Saturday, July 20 | 08:00 PM @ Bluma Appel Theatre at St Lawrence Centre
and many more!
Toronto Burlesque Festival
The festival offers a unique opportunity to experience the best of burlesque & variety entertainment from Toronto, across Canada & worldwide.
July 18 to 21, 2019
Revival and The MOD Club, Toronto
$15 & up
- City Cinema –Trains and Automobiles (1987A Mighty Wind (2003) on Tuesdays | 8:30 PM @ Yonge-Dundas Square
- Union Summer: Amy Winehouse – I Told You I Was In Trouble – Live In London– Saturday, July 6 @ Sir John A. Macdonald Plaza (outside Union Station), 65 Front St. W., Toronto
- Under the Stars Summer Screening Series – Meditation Park on Wednesday | 7:00 PM @ Regent Park
- Open Roof Festival on Wednesday nights,June 19 to August 21, 2019. | 7:00 PM–11:00 PM @ 181 Sterling Road, Toronto
- The Odd Couple with short film Brunch Queen – Christie Pits Film Festival on July 21 | Dusk @ Christie Pits Park, Bloor Street West, Toronto
- Never-Ending Man: Hayao Miyazaki on Friday, July 19, 2019 | 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM @ The Japan Foundation
- The Goonies on July 19 at 7:30 @ Cinesphere, Ontario Place
- Superpower Dogs on July 20 & 21 | 1:30 PM @ Cinesphere, Ontario Place
- Apollo 11 An IMAX Experience on July 20 & 21 | 3:30 PM @ Cinesphere, Ontario Place
- The Odd Couple with short film Brunch Queen on July 21 @ Christie Pits Park, Bloor Street West, Toronto
III. Sports & Related Events
- Yoga in the Square — Every Monday, June 10 to September 2, 2019 | 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM @ Yonge Dundas Square
- FREE yoga classes — Saturdays | 10am – 11am & Sundays | 11am – 12pm @ Trillium Park, Ontario Place
- Sunset Yoga on July 17 | 8pm-9pm @ West Island at Ontario Place
- Free Lawn Bowling lessons for Seniors on Thursdays | 10 AM @ Lawrence Park Lawn bowling and Croquet Club
- York9 FC vs. Pacific FC on Wednesday, July 17 | 07:00 PM @ York Lions Stadium
- Toronto FC vs. New York Red Bulls on Wednesday, July 17, 2019 | 8:00 PM @ BMO Field
- Toronto Premier Volleyball League Finals on Thursday, July 18 | 7 PM @ Mattamy Athletic Centre
vs. Houston Dynamo
Saturday, July 20, 2019 | 7:30 PM
BMO Field, Toronto
IV. Exhibitions, Festivals & Other Events
BRAVE: Secret Lives, Second Chances
Harbourfront Centre presents the return of BRAVE: Secret Lives, Second Chances, a fresh and daring examination on what it means to be ‘brave’ and push boundaries. This 11-day festival features both free and ticketed programming that will uncover the hidden potential and concealed aspects of the human existence through experiential theatre, immersive art, music, food and literature.
July 11 to 21, 2019
Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay West, Toronto
Free & Ticketed Events
Cultura is a free family-friendly outdoor festival presenting Music, Art, Food and Film every Friday evening in July. Join us every Friday at 6:00 p.m. for the must-see opening acts! Enjoy small world stage music and unique busker performances, grab a bite from your favourite food truck, get your photo taken at the photo booth, and explore all the exciting activities Cultura has to offer!
Fridays, July 5, 12, 19, and 26 | 6:00 PM to 11:00 PM.
Mel Lastman Square, 5100 Yonge St, North York
Royal Canadian Family Circus SPECTAC!
The all new internationally renowned Royal Canadian family Circus Spectac!® 2019, features Flying Trapeze, Wheel of Destiny, Xtreme Chinese Acrobats including chair balancing, contortion, diablo, and towering feats of strength, Comedy, Motorcycle Globe, Hula Hoops, MotoSwing and beautiful Aerialists.
July 18 to 21, 2019
Woodbine Mall & Fantasy Fair Parking Lot, 500 Rexdale Blvd., Etobicoke
$25 to $55
#BollywoodMonster Mashup, the largest South Asian festival in Canada, is returning to Mississauga Celebration Square for its spectacular season featuring performances from international Bollywood stars! Join thousands at #BollywoodMonster Mashup for FREE concerts & spectacular dances, FREE Bollywood dance lessons, FREE KidZone, FREE ChefZone, FREE parking, sizzling food, shopping and exclusive VIP experiences!
July 19 & 20, 2019
300 City Centre Dr, Mississauga
Ontario Parks Free Use Day
Parks across the province will offer events and activities that encourage people to visit parks and be active. Explore a new park, sample our facilities and services or enjoy a fun event in a great natural setting!
Friday, July 19, 2019 | until 10:00 PM
All operating Ontario Parks
Enjoy Downtown Oakville’s largest retail event of the year, featuring food, live music, entertainment and lots of community spirit! With over six blocks of free family-friendly entertainment and brag-worthy deals available right through to midnight, this is an evening of excitement you won’t want to miss! Shop, dine and enjoy all that Downtown Oakville has to offer.
Friday, July 19, 2019 | 6:00 PM to 11:59 PM
Come out and see the future of Carnival! Join the young producers, performers, and presenters as they put their imprint on the Festival. The Peeks Toronto Caribbean Carnival Junior Carnival & Family Day event lets you and everyone in the surrounding community of Malvern enjoy the cultural highlights.
Saturday, July 20, 2019 | 10:30 AM – 08:00 PM
Neilson Park, Scarborough
Moon Landing Festival
Marking 50 years since humans first set foot on the moon, we bring you lunar-inspired festivities, including a chance to make moon music, a screening of For All Mankind, our exhibition The Moon: A Voyage Through Time, children’s activities, and evening stargazing.
July 20 & 21, 2019
Aga Khan Museum, 77 Wynford Dr., Toronto
BIG on Bloor Festival
The outdoor street festival liberates Bloor Street between Dufferin and Lansdowne for a celebratory car-free weekend, while animating West of Lansdowne along Bloor, and parts of the West Toronto Railpath with offsite projects. Live music curated by the Sonic Future Bloor team featuring Keynes Woods, Harrison, and Baque de Bamba, a mural by Jacquie Comrie, installation by Christina Mazzulla & Shanna Van Maurik, live painting by Mony Zakhour, Billy Franklin, Jordan McKie, Andre Kan, and KIZMET, JOUEZ participatory/performance art projects curated by Carla Garnet, Card-Yard presented by PULP: Paper Art Party, BIG games, collaborations, over 100 vendors, and great eats.
Saturday, July 20 | 12 PM to Midnight.
Bloor Street West, between Dufferin and Lansdowne., Toronto
YOUTH DAY Toronto
YOUTH DAY Toronto is a creative arts festival celebrating young people, under 30, in music, dance, art, photography, fashion and film.
Sunday, July 21, 2019 | 11 AM – 11 PM
Yonge-Dundas Square, 1 Dundas St E, Toronto
The Toronto International BrazilFest is recognized as the largest Brazilian cultural event in Canada. The rhythms of Brazil will be expressed and celebrated with the help of a diverse and high quality team of performers and bands.
Sunday, July 21, 2019 | 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Earlscourt Park, 1595 St. Clair Ave , Toronto
- Dufferin Grove Organic Farmers’ Market on Every Thursday | 3pm – 7pm @ Dufferin Grove Park, 875 Dufferin St, Toronto
- UPMARKET: The Floral Edit — Enjoy delicious baked goods, cool and refreshing drinks and flowers — Every Wednesday beginning June 5th until August 29th from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. @ Yorkville Village – The Lane
- The Distillery District Flower Market @ The Distillery District, Toronto
- Fresh City Farms U-Pick: Come check out our operating city farm and pick your own veggies, herbs, and flowers! Every Sunday – 10:30AM – 1:30PM @ 70 Canuck Avenue, North York
Moon Mission with Bettina Forget
Let lunar maps spark your imagination, then use a range of materials to create a piece that bridges art and science. The Moon Mission workshop, led by Bettina Forget, inspires participants to dive into research, fire up their imagination, and experiment with new forms of expression to create a piece that bridges art and science using a range of materials.
July 20, 2019 | 11:00 AM – 4 :00 PM @ Aga Khan Museum.
This Is Eye Candy
Swing on a shimmering disco ball, kick back on your own private jet and see what’s at the other end of the rainbow. This Is Eye Candy is all about exploring and escaping to a world of whimsy and wonder. Come laugh, smile and take a ton of selfies!
June 13 to September 2, 2019 @This Is Eye Candy, 322 Queen Street West.
HideSeek is an immersive pop-up experience inspired by childhood nostalgia. As an interactive activation with 12 multi-sensory rooms, this adventure elicits the whimsy and amusement of childhood by evoking the timeless sensation of nostalgia.
Through July 28 @1305 Dundas Street West, Toronto
Summer @ Ontario Place
The summer of 2019 at Ontario Place will be the place you want to visit the most this summer! Toronto’s favourite destination for exploration and leisure activities is bringing its A-Game with a variety of recreational activities including boat rentals, segway tours, food and drink events and more! Details
May 31 to September 29, 2019 @ Ontario Place, 955, Lake Shore Blvd W, Toronto
Where Dark Things Dwell
Where Dark Things Dwell is an adventure that brings traditional escape room gameplay to a sprawling, immersive setting. As night approaches, masked cultists begin their sinister work to awaken an ancient evil, and it’s up to you to stop them. You’ll have 90 minutes to explore the village, solve puzzles, interact with over a dozen performers, and unravel the mystery of the curse.
Thursday, Friday, Saturdays, June 7, 2019 – October 30, 2019 | 6:00PM – 9:00PM @ Black Creek Pioneer Village
The Funhouse is an immersive, experiential art maze that fuses visual art, music and interactive tech, taking guests on a choose-you-own-adventure-style sensory experience through 14 featured rooms.
The adventure begins in a 1920s inter-dimensional hotel. As you descend down the rabbit hole, discover an alternate universe of art, interactive tech and music. Details
June 1 to September 22, 2019 @ 101 Lisgar St. Toronto
- Hair We Are: Led by artist Igho Diana, VIBE Arts recreates a contemporary beauty salon environment that explores self-care and how concepts of beauty have evolved through time and cultures. Reflecting on selected works from the Gardiner’s European Earthenware and Porcelain Collections, including objects from the boudoir and female-only social spaces from the 15th to 18th centuries, the Youth Project will focus on how racialized girls and young women can use their lived experiences to recontextualize and challenge historical objects, bringing their own histories to the forefront. July 11th-24th 2019 @ Gardiner Museum
- The Brain Project 4.0: A Toronto-born initiative, run by The Baycrest Foundation will install 50 brain sculptures in launching in the pond at Nathan Phillips Square in July then moving to iconic spots around the city in August to raise awareness of brain health. July 3 – 31, 2019 @ Nathan Philips Square, 100 Queen St W, Toronto
- Twice Blessed: Twice Blessed reflects on the Toronto Jewish Queer Community and honours the archival work of Torontian Johnny Abush. The exhibition explores a selection of Abush’s photographs, articles and ephemera, giving an archival overview of the experience of the Jewish LGBT community in the 80s-90s, a tumultuous period with events such as the 1981 Bathhouse Raids, the establishment of Lesbian and Gay Pride Day in Toronto and the HIV/AIDS crisis. July 4 to August 5, 2019 @ The Miles Nadal JCC
- ZimSculpt: Toronto Botanical Garden’s outdoor African art exhibition “ZimSculpt” showcases hundreds of stone sculptures by over a dozen contemporary Zimbabwean artists. June 29 through September 8, 2019. | 9 a.m. to 9 [email protected] Toronto Botanical Garden, 777 Lawrence Avenue East Toronto
- The moon: A voyage through time: To mark the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing The Moon: A Voyage Through Time explores our enduring fascination with this enchanting orb in the sky and looks at the role it has played in faith, science, and the arts across the Muslim world and beyond. Mar 09, 2019 – Aug 18, 2019 @ Aga Khan Museum
- 9 & 99: The Howe – Gretzky Exhibition: Witness the greatest compilation of milestone artifacts and rare personal memorabilia, all hand-picked by Hockey Hall of Fame curators from the Howe and Gretzky family collections. Revel in the legacy and indelible bond of ‘Mr. Hockey’ and ‘The Great One’. @ Hockey Hall of Fame
V. NightLife/Food Festivals and Events This Weekend
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- Sightseeing and Dinner Cruises in Toronto
- Beer & Wine Festivals in Toronto
- Food Festivals in Toronto
- Foul Play on Saturdays | 06:30 PM @ Chelsea Hotel – Rossetti Ballroom, 33 Gerrard Street West Toronto
- The Great Canadian Food Tour @ Kensington Market
- Toronto’s Ultimate Chocolate Tour @ Soma on King
Toronto Pizza Fest
Pizza Fest is returning to Ontario Place to bring together 20+ of Toronto’s best pizza joints and Italian hotspots, serving up authentic slices and other Italian favourites from spaghetti carbonara and meatball sandwiches to gelato and tiramisu. Details
July 19 to 21, 2019
Ontario Place, 955 Lake Shore Boulevard West
Halal Food Festival
During the two-day festival, there will be food sampling from dozens of exhibitors plus a full bazaar. Full meals will also be available for purchase from a variety of restaurants and catering companies representing Toronto’s diverse halal food scene. Don’t forget to check out the new Innovation Station booths either! Check out the Central Bergham Stage and Outdoor Stage for cooking demonstrations, competitions, performances and more! Details
July 20 to 21, 2019
The International Centre (Entrance 5) – 6900 Airport Road, Mississauga
Taste of Germany
What comes to mind when you think about German cuisine? Right: Sauerkraut, Bratwurst and Beer. Germans are known for their traditional dishes, but Germany’s cuisine has developed into a multicultural experience that mixes traditional dishes with various international influences and trends. Details
Sunday, July 21, 2019 | 10 AM – 3 PM
Evergreen Brick Works, 550 Bayview Avenue, Toronto
Summerlicious, produced by the City of Toronto, returns July 5 to 21 with mouth-watering meals served at more than 200 of Toronto’s favourite restaurants. Details
July 5 to 21, 2019
Various Restaurants Toronto
$23 to $53
Murder Mystery Train
Experience “Presentation 2019”, a murder mystery guaranteed to excite the senses. These Presentations are hosted by the Copper Cogg Society’s brilliant scientists, as an opportunity to show off their most wondrous ideas. The night may prove to be as deadly as it is enlightening. Climb aboard our heritage train and enjoy a three-course dinner provided by Annina’s Catering, non-alcoholic beverages included.
Thursday July 18, 2019 | 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM
York-Durham Heritage Railway, 19 Railway Street, Uxbridge
$99.99 + HST per person.
Soup Can Theatre’s 10th Anniversary Bash!
Soup Can Theatre is turning 10 and Toronto is invited to celebrate with us! We are marking the occasion with a performance-laden bash at the Monarch Tavern featuring in-concert highlights from our smash-hit shows, ‘Love is a Poverty You Can Sell’ I & II, performed by original cast and orchestra members – as well as dancing, raffle prizes, silent auction, and more!
Thursday, July 18, 2019 | 7:30 PM
Monarch Tavern, 12 Clinton St,Toronto
Brew & BBQ
Canada’s Wonderland’s Annual Brew & BBQ Festival will feature 70+ craft beers and ciders from the province’s best small batch craft breweries and cideries. Enjoy an afternoon sampling world class beverages by Ontario’s brightest and most innovative brewers while reveling in the perfectly paired exquisite cuisine by Canada’s Wonderland’s Executive Chef, Dilup Attygalla. Details
Saturday & Sunday, July 20 & 21, 2019
Canada’s Wonderland, 9580 Jane St Vaughan
Free with park admission
The Ontario Oyster Festival
Join a thousand bivalve enthusiasts for Ontario’s oldest and best Oyster Festival. Watch Ontario’s best shuckers compete to represent the province at the Canadian Shucking Championships in Tyne Valley, PEI, compete in a live auction for great prizes, then drink and dance the night away, in support of the Ecology Action Centre. Details
Sunday, July 21, 2019 | 1:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Rodney’s Oyster House – 469 King St. West, Toronto
RibFests in GTA
- Milton RibFest: Professional Ribbers, musical entertainment, a beer tent featuring Molson’s, activities for the kids and a huge selection of vendors for you to visit during your stay. July 19 to 21, 2019
- Bizarre Beach Club Night Market: Every Saturday, indulge in a smorgasbord of creations created by world-class chefs who will bring new ideas each and every week. Every Saturday this summer, from 8 pm till late @ Bizarre Beach Club (BBC), 15 Saskatchewan Road. Toronto
- Bar Aperol: Aperol hosts the fresh, newly-designed space along West Queen West, Toronto’s hippest neighbourhood. Lovers of the iconic Aperol Spritz can enjoy $9 cocktails alongside charcuterie specially curated by Canada’s only Cheese Master, Afrim Pristine of Cheese Boutique and espresso provided by Lavazza, Italy’s favourite espresso. July 4 to 28th @ 1030 Queen Street West, Toronto
- Communal Table: The Bentway will host weekly communal dining opportunities curated by The Depanneur, a Toronto event space and innovative culinary talent showcase. Exploring Toronto’s diverse culinary traditions, the Communal Table is for friends and neighbours to come together, share a delicious meal, and make new friends! Every Thursday | June 13 – August 22, 2019 | 6:30-8:30pm @ The Bentway
Concerts/Events at Clubs
- SNAGGLE feat. BROWNMAN ALI on Thursday, July 18, 2019 | 08:00 PM @ Duffy’s Tavern
- Mystery Skulls with Phangs, Snowblood on Thursday, July 18 | 07:30 PM @ Velvet Underground
- Black Sheep Comedy’s Stand Up on Friday, July 19 | 7:30 PM @ Brunswick Bierworks
- Col3trane on Friday, July 19 | 08:00 PM @ Rivoli
- BEN BÖHMER, Famous Lee (Love Handle) on Friday, July 19, 2019 | 10:00 PM @ Velvet Underground
- Stefflon Don Live In Concert on Friday, July 19 | 10:30 PM @ REBEL
- Odds with Moscow Apartment on Friday, July 19 | 9:00 PM @ The Horseshoe Tavern
- Black Sheep Comedy on Saturday, July 20, 2019 | 7:30 PM @ Big Rock Brewery
- Summer Heat on Saturday, July 20 | 07:00 PM @ Noir
- Yolanda Be Cool on Saturday, July 20 | 10:00 PM @ Noir
- Sacred Paws with Ducks Unlimited on Saturday, July 20 | 6:30 PM @ The Garrison
- Dzeko (Veld Warm up) on Sunday, July 2 | 01:00 PM @ Cabana Pool Bar
- New Hope Club on Sunday, July 21 | 07:00 PM @ Velvet Underground
- Saor, Wayfarer, Falls of Rauros, Catacombes on Sunday, July 21 | 7:00 PM @ Lee’s Palace.
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