If you’re still looking for something new to do on Canada Day here’s what we’ve got for you art, film, music and party lovers on your day off.

Open Roof Festival
Movies music and drinks in an outdoor setting. Today’s feature entertainment is singer-songwriter Sam Drysdale with the movie Ex Machina. If you haven’t seen it before, check out the Ex Machina trailer here.

For more info visit www.openrooffestival.com

Andy Warhol Revisited
Andy Warhol Revisited | Photo by Nick Lee

Starting today, Revolver Gallery opens Canada’s largest collection of original paintings and prints by Andy Warhol at a pop-up gallery centrally located at 77 Bloor St West. $10 admission for adults. The exhibition is open until December 31st, 2015. Photo by Nick Lee

For more info visit www.warholrevisited.com

Ajax Downs
These horse racing grounds are hosting Canada Day celebrations from noon to 8:30pm. Check out all the details here.

Pompeii at the ROM

Check out the current exhibition at the Royal Ontario Museum “ROMPEII” to immerse yourself in the world of the once-thriving city that was destroyed by Mount Vesuvius. For more info click here

Electric Island
The next installment of Electric Island is on today. Check details at http://electricisland.to/tickets/

Fringe Festival
Theatre lovers rejoice as Fringe Festival starts today, boasting to be Toronto’s largest theatre festival with over 148 shows. More info here.

Red Party at Cabana Pool Bar

Dress in red for a pool party Canada Day celebrations at Cabana Pool Bar. Bryan Bickell will be there with the Stanley Cup. Doors open at 1pm. cabanapoolbar.com

Anything else we missed? Let us know!

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