Thursday, November 14, 2019

10 things to do in Toronto today

Welcome to the weekend, Toronto, where just some of the things to do today include grabbing yourself a free roti or checking out the Christmas Market. There's a night market at city's newest cultural hotspot and plenty of music, movies and parties as well.

Events you might want to check out:

Friday Night Live (November 15 @ Royal Ontario Museum)
Party it up in the museum as #FNL returns for a night of beats in celebration of 30 years of Masterplan, Canada’s longest running hip-hop radio show.
Free Butter Chicken Roti (November 15 @ Butter Chicken Roti)
Butter Chicken Roti is celebrating the opening of a new downtown location and giving away 100 free rotis and free snacks with purchase all weekend.
Dom Dolla (November 15 @ Toybox Toronto)
Deep grooves arrive with Dom Dolla and his silky smooth house beats, samples and mixes that will get you moving on the dance floor.
CĂ©line Dion Dance Party (November 15 @ Gladstone Ballroom)
The Queen of the North is being celebrated at this annual dance party with a night of her biggest hits, misses and mixes, courtesy of DJ Phillippe.
Artscape Daniels Launchpad Night Market (November 15 @ Artscape Daniels Launchpad)
The city's newest arts and culture hotspot is the place to be tonight at this night market with over 30 local vendors, drinks and music.
Alex Cameron (November 15 @ Phoenix Concert Theatre)
The 80s sound is back in a big way with Alex Cameron's synth pop tunes that are full of cute and quirky sounds that recall the days of EZ listening.
Shorts That Are Not Pants Film Festival (November 15-16 @ Bachir/Yerex Presentation Space)
Back again is this quirky short film festival with works by filmmakers from all over the world showcasing shorts in a variety of genres.
Syria Film Festival (November 15-17 @ Art Gallery of Ontario)
Newcomers arriving in Canada, child marriage and living under siege are some of the subjects at the centre of this year's Syria Film Festival.
Indie Week (November 13-17 @ Multiple Venues)
The city is filling up with music tonight as Indie Weeks gets in gear for a weekend of sounds, parties, talks, late-night fun and lots more.
Toronto Christmas Market (November 14 - December 22 @ The Distillery District)
The opening weekend of the Toronto Christmas Market is a big one and there's no shortage of festive things to do, like eat, drink and shop.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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