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Thursday, December 29, 2016

Weekend events in Toronto Dec. 30 2016 - Jan. 1 2017

Weekend events in Toronto are all about saying goodbye to 2016 and a much welcomed hello to 2017. If you're not sure where to ring in the New Year, there are a tons of parties, neighbourhood events, and free things worth checking out. In addition to New Year's events, here are some other worthwhile things to do this weekend in Toronto.

Events you might want to check out:

Chronologic: New Year's Eve (December 31 - January 1 @ The Garrison)
The famous Goin' Steady DJs return to turn back time and then head into the future with a dance party through the ages on Dundas West. Expect pop and anti-pop from 1890 to 2017 played in chronological order.
NYE at Nathan Phillips Square (December 31 - January 1 @ Nathan Phillips Square)
This is Toronto's biggest skating and dance party, complete with fireworks and shows.The fun begins around 8 p.m., with DJs, performers, hot chocolate and of course, a countdown to 2017 just before midnight.
NYE at the Moulin Rougestone (December 31 - January 1 @ Gladstone Hotel)
The Gladstone in West Queen West will transform into a Moulin Rouge-themed playground with live music, burlesque performances and a champagne toast at midnight.
Majestic New Year's Eve (December 31 - January 1 @ Royal York)
If you need a big, fancy dress up party for NYE, consider this extravagant ball at the Royal York in the Financial District. Claudia Maria hosts what will be the closest thing to feeling like you're starring in a Disney movie.
Plush New Year's Eve (December 31 - January 1 @ Loft404 Inspired Gatherings)
This is a great big loft party with some exciting house and techno DJs by the kind people behind the Promise parties (as well as AlienInFlux and BASSgators).
2017 Centennial Classic (January 1 @ BMO Field)
The Toronto Maple Leafs and the Detroit Red Wings will face off in an outdoor regular-season game at BMO Field in Toronto on Sunday, Jan. 1, 2017, in the first-ever NHL Centennial Classic. The event celebrates 100 years of hockey with a concert from Bryan Adams and pre-show tailgate party with The Arkells.
DJ Skate Nights (December 31 - January 1 @ Harbourfront Centre)
Sharpen your skates and skills as Toronto's number one outdoor winter party returns with another stellar lineup of DJs that will bring the heat to your Saturday nights. There's an NYE skate party on December 31 and a skating event every Saturday this winter.
World Junior Hockey: Slovakia vs. Latvia (December 30 @ Air Canada Centre)
The 2017 World Junior Hockey Championship continues as team Slovakia faces off against team Latvia on December 30 at 7:30 p.m. at the ACC.
Polar Bear Dip (January 1 @ Sunnyside Beach)
Join over 500 brave participants on New Year’s Day as they dare to take the plunge into chilly Lake Ontario at the 12th annual Toronto Polar Bear Dip at Sunnyside Beach. Organized by the Toronto Polar Bear Club, this event raises money for Habitat for Humanity Greater Toronto Area. Registration is at 10:30 a.m. and the dip is at noon.
Hair of the Dog fun run (January 1 @ Balmy Beach Canoe Club)
Betting on more than just your legs throbbing after finishing 9K on New Year’s Day, the 37th annual Balmy Beach Canoe Club run wraps up after a post-run polar bear dip.
Clutch (December 30 @ The Danforth Music Hall)
Clutch bring the Psychic Warfare World Tour to the The Danforth Music Hall on December 30. Mariachi El Bronx and The Mike Dillon Band will also be performing.
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Live (December 30 @ Sony Centre for the Performing Arts)
Experience all the mystery and fun of E.T., complete with the Academy Award-winning score performed live by a full symphony orchestra in sync with the film is being projected on a huge HD screen.
Lee's Palace Indie Music Showcase (December 30 @ Lee's Palace)
Lee's Palace will be hosting a Indie Music Showcase on December 30. Tickets are $7 and performers include Rick Moss, Howlin' Circus, Hidden Stash and more.
Opera on Screen (December 30 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema continues its Opera on Screen series with a showing of Les Contes d'Hoffmann. Watch Jacques Offenbach’s masterpiece of whimsy and imagination comes to life like never before.
O.J.: Made in America (January 1 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema wants to kick off 2017 with a good old-fashioned television binge. They will be showing the entirety of ESPN's "30 for 30" documentary O.J.: Made in America on January 1.
Evergreen's Winter Village (December 10 - February 28 @ Evergreen Brick Works)
The Evergreen Winter Village at the Brickworks is open until Feb. 28 and features a new Street Food Market,unique gifts, shopping from the Farmers Market and outdoor activations happening all around the property. Admission is also free!

by Jaclyn Skrobacky via blogTO

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