What better way to spend a Saturday than at an all-night art festival? Nuit Blanche is here and there's tons of interesting things to check out. Elsewhere, events in Toronto today have heaps of vintage clothing, unlimited beer, a new food festival and a big party on.Events you might want to check out:
Nuit Blanche (September 29-30 @ Multiple Venues)
Soak up the arts and culture of the city during this all-night art festival happening all over, inside and outside, with local and international artists.
Witchstock (September 29 @ Bellwoods Brewery)
Bellwoods Brewery welcomes brewers from as far away as Belgium to this beer festival featuring food, merch and unlimited tasting samples.
The Barn and Stables Reunion (September 29 @ Club 120)
One of the Village's biggest institutions is coming back for one night only with a night of dancing, entertainment, memories and good times.
Etsy Fall Market 2018 (September 29 @ MaRS Discovery District)
Gifts, jewellery, clothing, flare, household goods, lifestyle and beauty products can all be found at this big market by local Etsy vendors.
Taste of Jane and Finch (September 29 @ Greenwin Inc.)
New this year is a big street festival at Jane and Finch, featuring a day of food trucks, offering treats from all over the world, performance and activities.
The Weather Station (September 29 @ Mod Club Theatre)
Tamara Lindeman's powerful voice is here to rouse the spirit as Toronto's own indie folk band hits the stage for the night.
Nerd Market (September 29 @ OISE)
The Nerd Market is back with all kinds of used geeky-goods. Browse all kinds of anime, comics, tabletop and video games, manga and more.
Matilda (September 29 @ Revue Cinema)
Take a trip down nostalgia lane with the 1997 classic film Matilda about a girl with special powers, co-starring an unchanged Danny Devito.
Toronto Vintage Clothing Show (September 29-30 @ Queen Elizabeth Building, Exhibition Place)
Handpicked vintage clothes hit the racks from all over the country during this huge clothing show, including rare, designer and unique finds.
Toronto Antique and Vintage Market (September 29-30 @ Queen Elizabeth Building at Exhibition Place)
All vintage everything from designer clothing, gadgets, furniture, housewares, art, vinyl and books can be found at this big, two-day market.
by Lisa Power via blogTO
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