Events in Toronto for November 2018 make for a pretty stellar month of food, drink, music, film and holiday spirit. The Toronto Christmas Market returns while Bill and Hillary Clinton drop by for a chat. There's lots of concerts and free stuff to look forward to as well.Events you might want to check out:
Hot Docs Podcast Festival (November 1-5 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
Podcasters from all over arrive for a week of programming that includes talks, screenings, a creators forum and lots more.
Happy Place (November 1 - December 31 @ Harbourfront Centre)
A massive double rainbow, a room made of rubber ducks and a confetti dome are just some of the outrageously happy exhibits that make up this place.
Indie Week (November 6-11 @ Multiple Venues)
Don't sleep on any of the emerging, underground and indie artists arriving from all over to play at venues across the city.
Evening at the Market (November 8 @ St. Lawrence Market)
St. Lawrence Market is once again hosting its annual night market party with tons of food offerings, drinks and fundraising for Second Harvest.
Artattack (November 8 @ Buddies in Bad Times)
A live art auction is going down, featuring the work of many local artists, all set to be sold off during this big party featuring drinks, food and dancing.
Reel Asian International Film Festival (November 8-16 @ Multiple Venues)
The work of filmmakers from East, South and Southeast Asian artists in Canada and beyond looks to showcase the best of Asian cinema.
Fresh Hop Fest (November 15 @ Berkeley Church)
Hops and lots of it are going down at this beer festival featuring locally brewed batches from regional producers, food and entertainment all night.
Toronto Christmas Market (November 15 - December 23 @ The Distillery District)
The sights and smells of Christmas is in the air at this big market where you'll find lots of yummy goodies spread throughout the festivities.
Aziz Ansari (November 27 @ Roy Thomson Hall)
Comedian, actor and author Aziz Ansari arrives with his signature brand of high-energy performance style and observational humour.
Bill and Hillary Clinton (November 27 @ Scotiabank Arena)
The political power couple themselves arrive for a night of discussion surrounding their long careers in Washington and thoughts on the future.
by Lisa Power via blogTO