It's a chilly Saturday in the city but events in Toronto are ready to take on the cold with games, food and brews at the Roundhouse Winter Craft Beer Festival. DJ Skate Nights is playing all the hottest hits to warm you up and there's a big Australia Day party at the Gladstone.Events you might want to check out:
Roundhouse Winter Craft Beer Festival (January 26 @ Roundhouse Park)
Breakout the ski gear and drink up as local breweries arrive at Roundhouse Park for a winter fun fest with food, games, music and a fair few ski goggles.
DJ Skate Nights (January 26 @ Natrel Rink)
Yohomo is ready to spin the hottest hits and spotlight the city's LGBTQ+ scene as Diego Armand and Phillippe keep the beats coming all night.
Australia Day Party (January 26 @ Gladstone Hotel)
Now in its third year, the Gladstone is celebrating Australia Day with a big Aussie-style party featuring trivia, food and Triple J's top hits.
Colour Your World (January 26 @ Coda)
Forget the winter blues as Colour Your World transforms CODA into a whirling wonderland of decorations, art and super good vibes for the night.
Xavier Wulf (January 26 @ Lee's Palace)
Memphis rapper Xavier Wulf arrives with his rough and raw, old school hip-hop sound to perform alongside Dave Lost, Paul Blanco and lots more.
Little Junior (January 26 @ The Horseshoe Tavern)
Power poppers with a heart of gold, Toronto's own Little Juniors are performing alongside a few other up-and-comers as part of the Class Of 2019 series.
The 60s Show (January 26 @ Eyesore Cinema)
Catch up on all the vintage Japanese animation of the 1960s with shorts, trailers and TV commercials to complete the 60s experience.
Dance Yrself Around The World (January 26 @ Sneaky Dee's)
Lose yourself to dance at this Daft Punk and LCD Soundsystem dance party dedicated to all the best electro rock, funk and indie.
Tuff (January 26 @ Arsenal Contemporary)
Toronto artist Laura Findlay is ready to show her newest work, Tuff, that focuses on empathy and destruction alongside Greg Ito and Trevor Baird.
The Poetess (January 26 @ Innis Town Hall Theatre)
Stefanie Brockhaus' film takes us into the world of Saudi Arabia and the hanging landscape of oppression that still prevails over women.
by Lisa Power via blogTO
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