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Monday, September 30, 2019

The top 10 events in Toronto this October

The top events in Toronto for October 2019 invite you into a colourful world of make-believe as a big, immersive Dr. Seuss experience arrives. Elsewhere, the AGO is having a big party and Screemers is back for some Halloween fun. Free stuff, warehouse sales and food events are all on, too.

Events you might want to check out:

Nuit Blanche (October 5-6 @ Multiple Venues)
Dress warm for this big all-night art festival with works and installations stationed across the city, including tributes to the Raptors, plus lots more.
Screemers (October 11 - November 3 @ Better Dead Centre)
A staple of Halloween in Toronto, get ready to be chased through a horror maze by chainsaw-wielding murderers and creepy monsters.
Red Bull Music Festival (October 16-21 @ Multiple Venues)
Back again is this week-long music festival that highlights the work of local musicians with performances, events and talks.
Toronto After Dark Film Festival (October 17-25 @ Cineplex Scotiabank Theatre Toronto)
Action, sci-fi and horror are what make up this annual film festival with works by local and international filmmakers.
Cask Days (October 18-20 @ Evergreen Brick Works)
Cheers to fresh, unpasteurized, unfiltered and naturally carbonated beer served right out of a shiny cask among games, food, music and fun.
imagineNATIVE (October 22-27 @ Multiple Venues)
A celebration of Indigenous-made media arts is on as imagineNATIVE returns to include film, video, audio, digital media and exhibitions.
International Festival of Authors (October 24 - November 3 @ Harbourfront Centre)
The work and process of authors and writers is the focus of this festival that welcomes authors from all over in to chat about their works.
Art Toronto (October 25-27 @ Metro Toronto Convention Centre)
Art of all shapes and sizes, performative and conceptual, are part of this huge art festival with parties, talks and workshops.
AGO All Hours (October 26 @ Art Gallery of Ontario)
It's a party in the museum with a full day of fun that highlights the work of local artists among music, activities, exhibitions and late night fun.
Dr. Seuss Experience (October 26 @ Square One Mall)
Get ready for a massive 15,000-square-foot Dr. Seuss walk-through experience in a colourful playground of quirky, Seuss-themed fun.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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