Top events in Toronto for February 2019 are ready to welcome both artist Ai Weiwei and Sting to our fair city. The Wavelength Winter Festival and The Artist Project are back and the final First Thursday is on. There's also lots of concerts and free stuff happening as well.Events you might want to check out:
AGO First Thursday (February 7 @ Art Gallery of Ontario)
After six years of food, music and fun spread across the gallery, First Thursdays in its current from is wrapping up to make way for something new.
Lady Beer Fest Winter Warm Up (February 9 @ Henderson Brewery Parking Lot)
Warm up with a brew as the Society of Beer Drinking Ladies celebrate five years of brews with a big party featuring women food vendors and an arts market.
Long Winter (February 9 @ Workman Arts)
Long Winter returns to warm the spirits with a night of art and music from some of the city's best underground and emerging artists.
The Last Ship (February 9 - March 24 @ Princess of Wales Theatre)
Sting himself arrives to kick off a run of The Last Ship and features music by him that helps to tell the story of a small town facing uncertainty.
Toronto Black Film Festival (February 13-18 @ Multiple Venues)
Films that highlight the work of Black filmmakers from all over the world are screening at theatres across the city as part of this annual festival.
Rhubarb Festival (February 13-23 @ Buddies in Bad Times Theatre)
Now in its 40th year, this theatre festival shines a spotlight on queer talent, stories and narratives that all look to challenge the conventions of theatre.
Wavelength Winter Festival (February 15-18 @ The Garrison)
Wavelength returns to feature a stellar lineup of electro artists from all over, taking place over three nights at The Garrison.
Artist Project (February 21-24 @ The Better Living Centre)
This four day contemporary art fair is jam-packed with works by local and international artists and features talks, workshops, competitions and more.
Winterfolk Music Festival (February 22-24 @ Multiple Venues)
Meant to invoke a summer festival in winter, musicians from across the province are ready to take over venues across the city to showcase folk talent.
Ai Weiwei: Unbroken (February 28 - June 9 @ Gardiner Museum)
Artist Ai Weiwei is arriving with some of his ceramics, including an installation featuring thousands of handmade sunflower seeds.
by Lisa Power via blogTO