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Monday, April 23, 2018

15 things to do in Toronto this week

Events in Toronto this week will see the kick off of the CONTACT Photography Festival , Hot Docs and Digest. There's also lots of free events going on.

Events you might want to check out:

Wei Zhongle (April 23 @ Handlebar)
The Chicago Freak pop band lands in Toronto in support of their new album.
Dumbfoundead (April 24 @ The Opera House)
The Buenos Aires born, Los Angeles based Korean singer brings his sounds to Toronto for the night.
Get Lit (April 25 @ Berkeley Church)
The unique annual literary event will feature six notable readers sharing a piece of writing that helped shape the course of their lives.
The Composers Collective Big Band Toronto Project (April 25 @ Lula Lounge)
Top jazz composers premiere exciting new music written about Toronto.
Digifest (April 26-28 @ Corus Quay)
The annual new media festival will highlight how people and companies around the world are using tech to tackle challenges in city life.
Hot Docs (April 26 - May 6 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
The annual documentary film festival is stacked full of world premieres and must-see films.
Contact Festival Launch (April 27 @ Ryerson Image Centre)
The launch of the year's biggest photography festival will see venues across the city feature works from local and international artists.
Camila Cabello (April 27 @ Sony Centre for the Performing Arts)
The "Havana" singer known for her sultry songs is currently on a meteoric rise to fame.
Inland (April 27-28 @ QRC West)
Locally made wears from 70 fashion, apparel and accessory brands come together for this annual designer pop-up.
Maximum Exposure (April 27 - May 6 @ Ryerson School of Image Arts)
This year-end exhibition showcases the work of artists from Ryerson University’s School of Image Arts.
RISE (April 28 @ George Brown College // School of Design)
George Brown College School of Design's year end show will showcase work on two floors including final thesis projects, video games and immersive environments.
Hit The Floor (April 28-29 @ Metro Toronto Convention Centre)
One of the largest multi-style dance competitions in the world returns to Toronto for its second edition featuring 1,500 dancers.
Veg Spring Market (April 29 @ Artscape Wychwood Barns)
Some of the biggest names in vegetarian, vegan and plant-based goods come together to celebrate spring.
King Krule (April 29 @ REBEL)
Krule's brash blend of rap and rock tunes arrive at the former Sound Academy space.
Opening Day at Canada’s Wonderland (April 29 @ Canada's Wonderland)
Funnel cakes, roller coasters and lineups are all part of the fun and the season is just getting the started.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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