Saturday is here and events in Toronto today promise a spectacular fireworks show with the Cavalcade of Lights. A new festival dedicated to all things Nordic is on and you can get all your holiday shopping done at the Drag Market.Events you might want to check out:
Cavalcade of Lights (November 24 @ Nathan Phillips Square)
A massive firework light display is only part of this big holiday celebration in the Square, with live music, skating and the lighting of the Christmas tree.
The Deadstock Depot (November 24 @ 1305 Dundas Street W)
Tommy Hilfiger, Champion, Kappa, Gucci, Ralph Lauren and lots more can be found at this huge thanks to vintage hunters from all over.
Toronto Drag Market (November 24 @ Glad Day Bookshop (Church))
Support your local queens and kings as they werq their wears with all kinds of handmade items and speciality merch.
80's & 90's Video Dance Party (November 24 @ Remix Lounge)
Crimp your hair and break out your shoulder pads for this big 80s and 90s video dance party, with a special spotlight on Queen.
Action Jackson (November 24 @ Revue Cinema)
The famous 1988 cult action film gets the Drunken Cinema treatment with a boozy screening, 80's R&B tunes, themed-drinks and loose-lipped commentary.
Single Mothers (November 24 @ The Garrison)
Single Mothers has been carving out a space for themselves among the local punk scene and they're here with D Boy and BURNER.
Coldfront (November 24 @ Lee's Palace)
Judgment is swift during the beatboxing championship that will see finalists from all over the country come to battle it out for supremacy.
Swedish Christmas Fair (November 24-25 @ Harbourfront Centre)
There's nothing like a Swedish-style Christmas to embody the season and this fair is full of folk dancing, crafts, traditional food and singing does just that.
King West Holiday Pop-Up (November 24-25 @ Portland Market)
If you're looking for some fancy gifts, King West makers are coming together for a curated market full of decor, lifestyle, beauty and health, art and more.
Norden (November 24 - December 2 @ Harbourfront Centre)
New this year is a festival dedicated to Nordic culture with a week of events, including an ABBA ice skating party, holiday market and art shows.
by Lisa Power via blogTO