Some of Mexico's finest illustrators and designers are in town to show off their best work. Meanwhile Fort York gets spooky, a multi-chef feast kicks off, and a huge rock band takes over the Air Canada Centre.ÂEvents you might want to check out:
Fort York After Dark (October 25-27 @ Fort York National Historic Site)
Take this rare opportunity to wander the grounds of Fort York at night, being told gruesome stories from the haunted lighthouse to the bloody Battle of York.
Design Mexico (October 25 @ The Great Hall)
Showcasing work from seven of Mexico's best graphic design studios, illustrators and typographers, don't miss this one of a kind day of design and innovation.
Fall Out Boy (October 25 @ Air Canada Centre)
Pop punkers turned stadium rockers Fall Out Boy play the Air Canada Centre as part of their M A N I A Tour. Along for the ride are Blackbear and Jaden Smith.
RuPaul's Drag Race (October 25 @ The Danforth Music Hall)
Your favorite queens from RuPauls Drag Race are here to "WERQ your world" with sickening performances and group productions.
Canadian Horror Story (October 25 @ Bad Dog Theatre Company)
An improvised and northern take on Ryan Murphy’s twisted series compressed into one hilariously terrifying and terrifyingly hilarious night.
Food for Action (October 25 @ George Brown Culinary School)
Grab a ticket and sample food from 20 Toronto chefs who will each be preparing a special three-course meal exclusively for their table of eight.
Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window on 35 mm (October 25 @ TIFF)
A free screening of Alfred Hitchcock's mesmerizing thriller on a stunning, precious print. You can pick up free tickets at the venue day of.
WITCHFest (October 25 @ D-Beatstro)
WITCHFest North presses on with an evening of lyrical spellcasting at D-Beatstro, with tarot card readings and performances by local female performers Wingspell, Within, The Girl, and more.
Pan's Labyrinth Film Screenings (October 25-27 @ AGO - Art Gallery of Ontario)
Presented in conjunction with Guillermo del Toro: At Home With Monsters, the AGO wants to immerse you in the genre-defying and creepy work of del Toro just in time for Halloween
Toronto's International Festival of Authors (October 19-29 @ IFOA: International Festival of Authors)
Engage with the literature of our times, explore the world of books and get acquainted with the authors and their ideas.
by Corey Van Den Hoogenband via blogTO