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Tuesday, July 31, 2018

10 things to do in Toronto today

There's lots going on in Toronto, and events today include a performance by St. Vincent and a free outdoor movie screening. There's a a big soca party in celebration of Caribana week and a free concert by Shy Kids.

Events you might want to check out:

St. Vincent (July 31 @ Sony Centre for the Performing Arts)
Everyone's favourite avant-pop electro queen St. Vincent is in Toronto for the night, playing hits off her most recent album, Masseduction.
20 Feet From Stardom (July 31 @ Yonge-Dundas Square)
Backup singers for Michael Jackson, Mick Jagger and Sting tell their stories at this outdoor screening in the heart of downtown.
416 Light Up The Night (July 31 @ Withrow Park)
Individuals representing theatre, film and TV are looking to pay their respects to the victims of the Danforth Shooting with a candlelight vigil.
Sylvan Esso (July 31 @ Danforth Music Hall)
Heavy on the synth, light on the pop; Sylvan Esso have been making waves after the release of their second album What Now.
Them (July 31 @ The Royal Cinema)
This edition of Queer Fear looks to enjoy, challenge and examine this 1954 sci-fi thriller's ideas of a 'nuclear family.'
Lonely Parade (July 31 @ The Baby G)
Montreal's Lonely Parade is quickly gaining a reputation for quality punk rock pop, and they're here with T-Rextasy and Mother Tongues.
Tuesday on the Rocks (July 31 @ Rebel)
Tuesday are for soca and a this big scoop party featuring Kes the Band is going down in celebration of Caribana week in Toronto.
Rated PG (July 31 @ Smiling Buddha)
It's a night for emerging artists to show their stuff at this party for all genres, plus dance, music, visual art and more.
Find Her Tonight (July 31 @ Burdock)
A night of mixed theatre and performances written by young Canadians is on, touching on topics like dating and relationships.
Shy Kids (July 31 @ Sir John A. MacDonald Plaza - Union Station)
Toronto's own Shy Kids are performing their quirky, upbeat tunes during this free outdoor concert as part of Union Summer.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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