The forecast is great and if you’re all about soaking in the sunshine and enjoying outdoor concerts, then we’ve got good news for you. The Tim Horton’s Southside Shuffle has you covered this weekend! Shuffle along to great music, tasty food trucks and great vendors all weekend long!

With continuous musical performances across many outdoor stages, there is plenty to enjoy around the festival site. The Shuffle will keep you dancing in your boots and keep your heart and stomach full!

We’re super excited to see what Toben Food by Design Food Truck has in store. Executive chef and entrepreneur Toben Kochman, owner of Toben Food by Design, will present his new food truck at the Shuffle. Specializing in global cuisine, Chef Toben loves using different kinds of spices and flavours for his dishes. From his travels throughout Asia, South America, and Europe, Chef Toben Kochman’s street food inspired flavours and ingredients have hitchhiked a ride back to Canada and into his innovative food truck. Most recently, Chef Toben Food by Design was the private caterer for the exclusive after party of OVO Fest hosted by Toronto’s own Drake.

Everyone loves ribs! Perennial favourite Bad Wolf Barbeque is back again. Slow cooked ribs sauced to perfection, these ribs are a crowd favourite. For a special treat, add a piece of their famous corn bread on the side.

To mark Canada & Ontario’s 150th anniversary the Shuffle has a 100% Canadian line-up of music scheduled. Over three days, September 8th-10th, the Tim Hortons Southside Shuffle will host more than 80 bands performing at over 20 street locations and on four stages in Port Credit‘s Memorial Park.

On Saturday afternoon from 2 to 6 pm, check out the free Rabba Fine Foods Street Shuffle. The Ontario 150 Free Zone located at the south end of Memorial Park, which as the name indicates, is free to enter, offers 2 stages of continuous live music, an artisan market, beer & wine gardens & BBQ food court.

The entire park is fenced in & licensed to allow patrons to shuffle with drinks from one stage to another enjoying a variety of live music.

There are also two ticketed stages at the north end of the park. Admission is $10 on Friday and $15 Saturday or Sunday with a weekend pass for $30. Upgrades to the covered Bourbon Street Mardi Gras tent are available for $25 per day or $65 for a weekend pass on a first come, first served basis.

This festival is a perfect combination of fun music and amazing beer and food! It’s got lots to do for people of all ages, so definitely bring along the whole family.