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Major League Baseball’s Blue Jays, Canadian Football League’s Argonauts, and Major League Soccer’s TFC will be in full swing. All play a short walk or streetcar ride from the NABC. Schedules for each team will be released in 2024.

Toronto is home to world class professional and amateur theatre. Scheduled for July 2024 by Mirvish Productions: Tina – The Tina Turner Musical. More shows to be announced.

Shaw Festival at Niagara-on-the-Lake (about a 1 hour drive from downtown Toronto) –

Stratford Festival (about a 2 hour drive from downtown Toronto – direct bus service available) –

While the pandemic was very unkind to downtown restaurants, many new and old favourites are open for business. There are a plethora of food courts within the underground downtown “PATH” network. Note most of those are closed evenings and weekends. The downtown core has a restaurant for every taste and budget. A full restaurant guide will be published prior to the NABC. (link to restaurant tab)

CN Tower
There are thrills. And then there’s walking 116 storeys above Toronto with nothing but a harness securing you. This is EdgeWalk, the world’s highest full circle hands-free walk and the first of its kind in North America.

Day Trips
Niagara Falls, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Hamilton, Stratford, are just a few places within a 2 hour drive.

A number of world-class attractions are a short distance from downtown, including the Royal Ontario Museum, Art Gallery of Ontario, Casa Loma (the only full-sized castle in North America!), and more.

Toronto Island
A short ferry or water taxi ride takes you to boating, bird-watching, beaches, and much more.

The Yorkville neighbourhood (just north of downtown) draws comparisons to New York’s Fifth Avenue, featuring high-end shops.