Events in Toronto today understandably skew towards the creepy and spookyÂ being Halloween and all, but there's a ton of variety among them. You're probably too old for trick-or-treating, so consider one of these events instead.ÂEvents you might want to check out:
Halloween on Church Street (October 31 @ Church Street)
Tonight Church Street come alive as the costumes, creepiness, and general thrill of a good old fashioned street party consume the good people of Toronto.
Blood, Sweat & Queers (October 31 @ The Steady)
It's the Steady's very last night as a business and they want to pour one out with you. They'll be eager to sell all the remaining booze, so expect a lot of drink specials.
Katy Perry (October 31 @ ACC)
Katy Perry shows off her new album, hits and looks during the Witness World Tour. No word yet on if the dancing backpack kid will be making an appearance.
The Bunz Flea: Spooky Edition (October 31 @ Gladstone Hotel)
In this very spooky edition of the Bunz Flea you'll find the same unique market of local artisans accepting trades and cash in exchange for their terrifically horrific goods and services.
Punk Goes Diva (October 31 - November 1 @ Lee's Palace)
Catch local bands dressing up and taking on hits from pop divas like Taylor Swift, Madonna, and Carly Rae Jepsen during the Stranded Fest concert series' first spin-off show.
Halloween Mad House at The Madison Ave Pub (October 31 @ Madison Avenue Pub)
The Madison Ave Pub will transform into a multi-sensory, multi-floor haunted house, loaded with tarot card readers, fire breathers, and more. This is a great way to spend the night for the university and college crowds.
Halloween Movie Party (October 31 @ The Ossington)
Revisit your childhood by watching some scary movies with friends while eating candy, popcorn and maybe even pizza. Rumour has it best costume gets a super cool, super secret prize.
Chau Pop Up x Radical Road Brewing (October 31 @ Radical Road Brewing)
Once a month, Chau takes over the Radical Road Brewing Company's kitchen to serve up modern asian bites paired with craft beer and live music. For Halloween, they're featuring a scare-themed menu, with items like Death by Bao and more.
Homesick: The Black Parade Party (October 31 @ Velvet Underground)
The Velvet Underground is hosting an emo Halloween party for the ages, spinning everything from My Chemical Romance to Thirty Seconds to Mars.
TKBA Goes Cosplay Ball & Party (October 31 @ Tranzac Club)
After showing off your costume on Church Street, rush over to the Tranzac club for a night of ballroom magic. The geekier the costume, the better at this cosplay ball.
Halloween FoodFair (October 31 @ Peter Pan Bistro)
If handing out candy isn't your thing, FoodFair is offering an unforgettable five-course dinner and wine-pairing on Halloween night, designed by five of Toronto's leading chefs. Yes, costumes are encouraged.
by Corey Van Den Hoogenband via blogTO
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