Tuesday, October 29, 2019

The top 10 things to do in Toronto this November

Things to do in Toronto for November 2019 include tons of big, annual events that are ready to get in the holiday spirit, like the Christmas Market, a Christmas pop-up bar and a new Christmas festival. There's also lots of concerts, food events and warehouse sales.

Events you might want to check out:

Royal Winter Fair (November 1-10 @ Enercare Centre)
Canada's diverse agricultural landscape comes to Toronto for this huge annual fair that includes exhibitions, competitions, food, drink and shopping.
Hot Docs Podcast Festival (November 6-11 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
Pump up the volume as some of the biggest names in podcasting drop by for a week of programming that includes live shows, talks and lots more.
Reel Asian Film Festival (November 7-15 @ Multiple Venues)
Taking a look at Asian and diasporic cinema, this film festival includes presentations, galas, artist talks, programming, panels and free events.
Indie Week (November 13-17 @ Multiple Venues)
Hundreds of indie musicians and singers are taking the stage at places all over the city over five nights of music, parties, listening sessions and panels.
Another Brick in the Wall: The Opera (November 13-23 @ Meridian Hall (formerly Sony Centre for the Performing Arts))
The Who's epic classic rock song comes to life during this operatic rendition that features eye-popping video projections and powerful vocal performances.
ArtAttack! (November 14 @ Buddies in Bad Times)
Hundreds art lovers are gathering for this huge art show and auction with works by contemporary artists from all over the country.
Toronto Christmas Market (November 14 - December 22 @ The Distillery District)
Toronto is ready to get into the holiday spirit as this big European-style Christmas market returns with festive food, drinks, gifts and performances.
Christmas Pop-Up Bar (November 25 - December 27 @ 146 Ossington Avenue)
Rosy cheeks abound as this pop-up bar returns with Christmas-themed decor and drinks and ugly sweaters all around.
GLOW (November 28 - January 4 @ Toronto Congress Centre)
Get ready to get lost in a winter wonderland at this huge, new indoor Christmas festival brings with it over 50,000 lights, food, drinks and shopping.
Horror-Rama (November 30 - December 1 @ 918 Bathurst)
Cult and horror movies are at the centre of this big film festival with special guests, shopping, attractions and lots more over two days.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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