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Friday, March 30, 2018

Good Friday events in Toronto

Good Friday in Toronto means you'll want to know what's open and closed today before you head out for some fun. Looking for the Procession in Little Italy? That's happening at 3 p.m. and the Mayor will be there. There's also a party at the ROM, beer festival and a experimental art and film show.

Events you might want to check out:

ROM Spring Fridays (March 30 - April 27 @ Royal Ontario Museum)
It's the first edition of Spring Fridays at the ROM with drinks, music, and discounted admission.
Brewer's Backyard (March 30 @ Evergreen Brickworks)
The recurring beer festival has rounded up eight local breweries and food from FeasTO and Food Dudes to celebrate the long weekend.
BADBADNOTGOOD (March 30 @ The Danforth Music Hall)
The boys are back in town as Toronto's own instrumental hip hop, jazz, electronica trio is home to play the first of two shows at the Danforth.
Eye Myth Art (March 30 @ Double Double Land)
A specially curated program of contemporary art and experimental film from Canada and around the world.
Lavender (March 30 @ Glad Day Bookshop)
Go into the weekend a hot, sweaty mess with a queer women and trans folk dance party at Glad Day.
Little Italy Good Friday Procession (March 30 @ Little Italy)
The St. Francis of Assisi Church of Toronto is having its annual Good Friday Procession through the streets of Little Italy.
Hot Rod & Hogs (March 30 - April 1 @ Super Wonder Gallery)
Check out original artwork Inspired by Hot Rod & Motorcycle Culture.
Field Report (March 30 @ The Drake Hotel)
Folk is alive and well, and Milwaukee's Field Report is bringing it to Toronto for the eve as they make their way around North America.
Shopping (March 30 @ The Baby G)
It's a good ol' fashioned thrashing with British post-punk trio Shopping as they drop by Toronto during their international tour.
Tall (March 30 - April 1 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
A documentary about Chicago architect Louis Sullivan, the film explores his most iconic buildings that have helped shape the North American city skyline.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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