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Friday, May 25, 2018

10 things to do in Toronto today

Events in Toronto today will see a lot of people dressed up as their favourite anime character as Anime North takes over the city. There's also a couple big tech and web events and Kathy Griffin.

Events you might want to check out:

Anime North (May 25-27 @ Toronto Congress Center)
All things anime get a festival celebration — including cosplay, manga, music, games and all other forms of Japanese culture.
Toronto Tech Summit (May 25 @ MaRS Discovery District)
The 6th annual conference is all bout Artificial Intelligence where experts will discuss how technology is revolutionizing, modernizing, and crafting incredible experiences.
Kathy Griffin (May 25 @ Massey Hall)
After a year of national scandal, the outspoken comedian arrives in Toronto for her much-anticipated Laugh Your Head Off world tour.
Esto Indie Night (May 25 @ Lee's Palace)
Part of Estonian music Week, dream pop band Pia Fraus is playing alongside DIANA, Erki Pärnoja, DJ Sander Mölder, Kaili Kinnon and The Leslie Spits.
Divas Only (May 25 @ Glad Day Bookshop (Church))
Drama is on deck with this divas-only party in celebration of female MCs with all the Cardi, Missy, Nicki, M.I.A. and Lil Kim you can handle.
TOWebfest (May 25-26 @ CN Tower)
The 5th annual event features hundreds of podcasters, vloggers and web series creators, screenings, fireside chats and content creator spotlights.
Trapdoor Fest (May 25-27 @ Multiple Venues)
This entirely DIY music festival features local indie, punk, psych and rock bands doing their own thing among new and experimental lineups.
Great North Battle (May 25 @ Gladstone Hotel)
See some of the top beatboxers in North America at this annual battle and tournament.
Toronto Poutine Fest (May 24-27 @ Yonge–Dundas Square)
Canada's national food gets a big festival in the heart of the city with over 50 combinations of gravy, cheese curds and fries
Inside Out 2018 (May 24 - June 3 @ TIFF Bell Lightbox)
Filmmakers from the LGBTQ+ community and beyond come together in celebration of the best queer films from Canada and around the world.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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