Friday, November 15, 2019

10 things to do in Toronto today

Come ready to play, Toronto, because things to do in Toronto today include a huge beer pong festival. Sweating it out on the dance floor is a must with Laidback Luke dropping by while Indie Week and Christmas Market fun are in full swing.

Events you might want to check out:

Beer Pong Festival (November 16 @ Rebel)
Assemble your crew for huge beer pong festival, featuring 100 tables stacked with cups and brews, plus music bumping all night long, and prizes.
Laidback Luke (November 16 @ Rebel)
Legendary producer Laidback Luke is still making hits to sweat to and he's bringing all his old and new techno hits to Toronto for the night.
Objekt (November 16 @ 163 Weston Rd)
Get ready to dance late into the morning as Berlin-based DJ Objekt spins the best bass alongside Korea Town Acid, City Dance Corporation and Wiretapping.
Women of Comedy (November 16 @ Social Capital Theatre)
Some of Toronto's best women comics are dropping by for a night of laughs with Demi Ellis, Kelly Zemmickis, Veronica Va Vie and more.
Dune Rats (November 16 @ Lee's Palace)
You're gonna wanna crack open a cold one for Dune Rats as they bring their grainy punk pop tunes to the stage with Bad Waitress and BLANKS.
Indigenous & Ingenious Show and Sale (November 16-17 @ Ralph Thornton Centre)
Nineteen local artisans and makers are setting up shop for this sale with beadwork, dreamcatchers, paintings, prints, art cards and lots more.
Sweaty Betty's 15th Anniversary (November 16-18 @ Sweaty Betty's)
This Ossington spot is celebrating the big 1-5 with a weekend of fun that includes drink specials, food, music, tons of prizes and fundraising for Sistering.
Trixie Mattel: Moving Parts (November 16-28 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
There's a lot more to Drag Race star Trixie Mattel than a charismatic public persona and this documentary looks at the man behind the makeup.
Indie Week (November 13-17 @ Multiple Venues)
Toronto is filling up with music as Indie Week continues with a big night of performances, events and special programming.
Toronto Christmas Market (November 14 - December 22 @ The Distillery District)
The opening weekend of the Christmas Market continues with lots of festive fun, including food, drinks, shopping, performances and more.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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