Events in Toronto this March include the moment we've all been waiting for with the opening of the Yayoi Kusma: Infinity Mirrors exhibit and other fan favourites like Comicon and the Vegan Bake Off. It's all going down this month!Events you might want to check out:
Sketch Comedy Festival (March 1-11 @ Theatre Centre Cafe)
Now 13 years running, TOsketchfest will feature well-known international acts like Flo & Joan, singing action from TallBoyz II Men and a live album recording by The Williamson Playboys.
Irish Film Festival (March 2-4 @ TIFF Bell Lightbox)
In celebration of Irish cinema, the Irish Film Festival looks at works from Irish filmmakers to the Greater Toronto Irish community and the Toronto film festival public. It's known to sell out, so get your tickets early.
Infinity Mirrors (March 3 - May 27 @ Art Gallery of Ontario)
Yayoi Kusma's Infinity Mirrors is easily the most highly anticipated art event of the year and it finally kicks off this month to equal parts wow you and test your patience. Hopefully you snagged your ticket early!
New Creations Festival (March 3-10 @ Roy Thomson Hall)
We all have an idea of what the symphony is, and The New Creations Festival looks to turn that notion completely on it's head, featuring performances from Tanya Tagaq and Jordan Pal.
Toronto FC Home Opener (March 3 @ BMO Field)
The homeowner against Columbus Crew no doubt marks the beginning of soccer season in the city and Toronto's team isn't one to miss as they work to defend their championship title.
The Mystic Forest (March 10 @ Opera House)
The Opera House will be transformed into a spectacular combination of scenography, over-the-top theatrical interaction, colourful costumes and the best electronic music, known as The Mystic Forest.
Vegan Bake Off (March 11 @ Glass Factory & Lounge)
Vegans rejoice! The Vegan Bake Off is back for a 10th year to bring together come of the city's professional and home vegan bakers for its annual plant-based baking competition.
St Patrick's Day Parade (March 11 @ Bloor & St. George)
What would March be without the St. Patrick's Day Parade? Hopefully the early spring weather will continue on through to the event.
Comicon (March 16-18 @ Metro Toronto Convention Centre)
Who are you going as this year? is the question many fans are probably asking themselves. This is the time for celebs and fans to come together in celebration of all things comics.
Toronto Blue Jays Home Opener (March 29 @ Rogers Centre)
The Jays season starts off as they go head to head with the New York Yankees, while this season will see the organization retire #32 in honour of late pitcher Roy Halladay.
by Lisa Power via blogTO