Friday, November 29, 2019

10 things to do in Toronto today

Winter need not be cold and grey with things to do in Toronto including the opening of Evergreen's Winter Village with lots of seasonal fun to be had. GLOW continues to brighten things up and Cavalcade of Lights is igniting the night sky with colour. There's lots more going on, too.

Events you might want to check out:

Cavalcade of Lights (November 30 @ Nathan Phillips Square)
The dark night sky is about to be lit up during this free fireworks show alongside the first lighting of the Christmas tree, music and skating.
Polar Bear Dip (November 30 @ Woodbine Beach)
Folks are preparing for the ultimate brain freeze as they take the plunge in the name of youth mental health programming by running into the lake.
The Come Up Market (November 30 @ Northern Contemporary Gallery)
Art, fashion, beauty and cool finds make up this market dedicated to emerging makers that specialize in streetwear, hairstyling and services.
Prozzäk (November 30 @ The Danforth Music Hall)
Calling all 90s kids for a final performance by animated pop duo Prozzäk as they wrap up 20 years of beats with a farewell tour.
Hey Girl Hey (November 30 @ The Baby G)
It's a long overdue tribute to the queen of avant electro pop FKA twigs with a night of dress up and dance in honour of her new album Magdalene.
Yohomo (November 30 @ Luné)
Things are going to get sweaty as Yahoo returns with a night of dance to feature local DJs, dancers, smoke, lights, mirrors and a new location.
TroyBoi (November 30 @ Phoenix Concert Theatre)
Producer and DJ TroyBoi has been blowing up since remixing Billie Eilish's "MyBoi" and he's bringing his high-powered electro beats here for the night.
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.
Evergreen's Winter Village (November 30 - December 22 @ Evergreen Brick Works)
Evergreen Brick Works is turning into a winter village this December that's free to check out and includes skating, games, food, drinks and shopping.
GLOW (November 28 - January 4 @ Toronto Congress Centre)
The opening weekend of GLOW continues today as this huge Christmas light festival includes food, drinks and shopping.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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