Accessible, playful, and engaging the Hamilton Fringe Festival is an action-packed performance event that takes place over 11 days each July in downtown Hamilton. With more than 40 companies offering up musicals, dance, comedies, magic shows, dramas, and family entertainment in more than 300 performances- there truly is something for everyone! 2014 is our ELEVENTH anniversary and the festival runs from July 17-27th. NO TICKET IS MORE THAN $10! http://hamiltonfringe.ca/
The Hamilton World Music Festival is a free,three day outdoor music festival presented by Matapa Music & Arts Organization in partnership with Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion, Centre Français du Hamilton and Immigrant Cultural & Arts Association. The festival aims to celebrate cultural diversity through the presentation of music and art from all over the globe. Festival Date & Time July 11, 12 & 13, 2014 http://www.hamiltonworldmusicfest.com
BECAUSE BEER will take place on July 11 and 12, 2014 at Pier 4 Park in Hamilton,ON. It will feature craft beer sampling from over 20 craft beer companies. Admission is $25 per day with a two-day pass available for $40. Tickets can be purchased in advance online or on the day of at the festival gate. The event will run from 4pm – 11pm on Friday, July 11 and from 12pm – 8pm on Saturday, July 12. Licensed 19+ event. www.BecauseBeer.ca
Sew Hungry is Ottawa Street’s National Award Winning Restaurant and Food Truck Rally. Friday, May 2014 · · Featuring over 55 trucks and restaurants! We will be visiting this event, maybe we will see you there!
The West Hamilton Artists Tour features an amazing collection of 20 artists in 10 studios in the Kirkendall Neighborhood! Saturday, May 10th and Sunday, May 11th, 2014 from 10am-5pm For the 5th year, the West Hamilton Artists Tour (WHAT) will be featuring a diverse and exciting group of local and regional artists displaying their work in several locations around the Locke Street South / Kirdendall Neighborhood.
7th annual walk, run & clean-up to raise funds for environmental education and planting programs. The route winds through the park and the local community and ends up back at the park where the 18th annual Earth Day Tree Planting Festival. Give a little, give a lot, or just come out and walk and be with your community. Register at: http://earthdayhamilton.ca/2011/events/earth-day-walk/walk-registration