Live Music, Summer Camps, Jet Ski Tours and more!

Live Music, Summer Camps, Jet Ski Tours and more!

August 4, 2021

We’ve partnered with Toronto Undergraduate Jazz Fest (TUJF) and SING! The Toronto Vocal Arts Festival to bring you Ontario’s longest summer live music festival this year, at our beautiful waterfront location. The Ontario Place Summer Live Music Festival will begin July 29th and run through to September 6. Performances will be Thursdays to Sundays with the finale happening Friday to Monday of Labor Day weekend, featuring diverse Canadian artists and musicians performing a wide range of genres.

The festival will take place on the East Island, next to the Vista Eatery. Tickets are complimentary with the option of pre-purchasing an entry ticket that turns into a premium voucher, fully redeemable at Vista Eatery. Capacity will be limited and various seating options will be offered, with tables of four as well as Muskoka chair seating. The Vista Eatery offers casual dining experience with a licensed patio.

Visit our website for full line up and to register.

Ontario Place - Vista Eatery
Ontario Place - Vista Eatery

Summer is in full swing over here and our list of activities just keeps on growing – with a few new activities you’ll find here this summer. Thank you to all our partners who help us along the way.

Sea Doo Jet Ski Tour
Toronto’s first and only guided jet ski tours bringing a unique and memorable experience. 416Navy provide group and individual tours and operate 7 days a week. Book your tour and explore the lake in the nearby waters of Lake Ontario. RESERVE NOW

Summer Hoops 2021 by Hoop Dreams
A free basketball program running every weekend in August starting August 7th, for both youth and adults. Children ages 6 -14 years old can learn basketball skills with some of the top coaches in Toronto and adults can enjoy 3 x 3 game play by the waterfront. Visit our website for more info and to register!

The Brain Project
A city-wide GTA art exhibition in support of the Baycrest Foundation, a global leader in brain health and aging. The exhibition takes place throughout the city of Toronto with installations comprised of brain sculptures designed by local and global artists. In support of The Brain Project, Ontario Place has welcomed an installation of seven unique brain sculptures at the Pavilion in Trillium Park until September 9 in an effort to raise awareness of brain health, Alzheimer’s and related dementias.

Pedal boat and kayak rentals
Escape the heat and cool-off in the water with kayaks or pedal boat rentals by Lake Shore Boat Rentals. RESERVE NOW

 

 

 

 

Guided Segway Tours
Explore Ontario Place on 2 wheels with Go Tours Canada and some great photos ops along the way. RESERVE NOW

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COVID-19 Update

With the park open for use, all visitors are asked to respect the following guidelines, as well as the current public health guidelines, when you are on our site to help prevent the spread of COVID-19:

  • If you are sick or if you have been in contact with someone that is sick, please do not enter the Ontario Place grounds.
  • Keep a healthy space of 2 metres between you and other park visitors.
  • Please wear a mask if you are unable to keep a physical distance of 2 metres.
  • Group sizes must follow current Covid outdoor gathering guidelines.
  • Dogs must be on leash and dog owners should be careful to maintain a distance of the recommended 2 metres from other dogs and persons.
  • Use garbage receptacles provided to protect workers and to help keep the park clean.

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