The long awaited time of the year is here! Yes, it’s almost unbelievable that Santa is already packing presents and preparing his sled. Here’s our list of the best things to do, and it’s not just about Christmas. Some events don’t include red and green colour—but all of them are worth visiting. Enjoy this peaceful time of the year and let us know which events you found interesting!
Toronto Christmas Market
Date: November 20 – December 20
Location: Distillery District
Admission: weekdays free, weekends …More
If October satisfied your pumpkin cravings or you had enough of Halloween costumes and seeing orange colour wherever you look, you will love our list of events for November.
Fall has come, bringing us colder weather and shorter days. But it’s definitely not a reason to be sad! It’s the season full of colours, the smell of pumpkins, delicious comfort food and last but not the least—great events! It’s a tradition that we choose the best ones for you and this month is not an exception. Which one would you like to attend?
Taylor Swift: The 1989 World Tour
Date: October 2 – 3
Location: Rogers Centre
Admission: from $60.30 to $153
The summer is almost over, schools and universities will open the doors again, and the longest holiday season will end. But don’t be sad, September is packed with a lot of awesome events! No matter whether you’re a movie addict, a foodie, a music fan or you’d rather enjoy spectacular shows, there’s something for everyone.
You simply can’t get bored during summer in Toronto! This season is always packed with plenty of amazing events, festivals, and concerts, and the month of August is not an exception. It was challenging to pick only a few of them, but we made our list. Check out our recommendations, and let us know in comments if you think we should add more!
Boots and Hearts Music Festival
Date: August 06 – August 09
Location: Burl’s Creek Park
Admission: Starting at $199.99
This four-day …More
Summer in Toronto is packed with a plethora of events of all kinds. During these sunny days you can attend open-air concerts and shows, or stick to the the shade in museums and art galleries.
Date: July 01 to July 12
Location: George Ignatieff Theatre
Toronto’s largest theatre festival – Fringe Festival – brings over 1,100 fresh and innovative performances to our city! As a part of this large festival, FringeKids! brings eight shows to the George Ignatieff theatre, such as …More
June in Toronto is a very lovely and busy month. The start of the summer is always packed with amazing events and activities both for kids and adults. Check out our list we’ve prepared for you and enjoy the beginning of summer!
Oakville Family Ribfest
Date: June 26 to 28
Location: Sheridan College
Come to Oakville Family Ribfest and savour the culinary mastery of nine famous ribbers, while listening to great music. The family-friendly event is organized as a fundraiser for local Rotary club …More
With the days getting long and the evenings warm, Toronto becomes an even more exciting place to be. We prepared a short list of the most exciting events going on in the city in the upcoming weeks, and whether you’re into arts or great food, you will surely find your pick. Hope to see you around these!
Contact Photography Festival
Date: May 1 to May 31
Locations: Various locations in the city
Throughout May, Toronto becomes the capital of photography, as the city fills …More
If you’re hunting for inspiration about what to do in Toronto in April, search no more. Check out our list of the most interesting events in the upcoming month and enjoy springtime in our amazing city.
Spring is knocking on the door and it would be a pity not to welcome it by heading out to see what Toronto has to offer. Check out our selection of top events and we hope to meet you there!
Date: March 20 to March 22
Location: Metro Toronto Convention Centre
Visit the Metro Toronto Convention Centre for one of the biggest fan events in North America. Visitors can look forward to meeting their favourite heroes, as guest celebrities include Chad Coleman, …More