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Night markets in Toronto this December

Night markets in Toronto will make your holiday shopping experiences exponentially more enjoyable. While daytime fleas and craft fairs have their charm, night markets come with bonuses like drinks and DJs (making them the clear winners). If you've lost shopping motivation, try one of these.

Here's a round-up of night markets happening in Toronto this December.

One of a Kind Show Late Night Shopping (December 3)
The One Of A Kind Show is a holiday staple for those who want to get their hands on unique gifts (and good news: it's on for most of the month). But if you want to amp up your shopping experience, get tickets for the late night event on December 3. You'll be able to search the vendor stalls from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. while dancing to DJ Pierre Bois and sipping on drinks from the One of a Kind Bar.

Junction Flea Holiday Market (December 4)
Skip standing in hour-long lines and fighting over the last rose gold iPhone in favour of rifling through locally sourced goods with a drink in hand. If you're over everything that the Eaton Centre has to offer, the Junction Flea Holiday Market will help you get through gift shopping with your sanity.

Think in Pink Shop: Holiday Edition (December 5)
Head to the newest addition to the Artscape family for an evening of philanthropy and shopping. While supporting the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, you'll be treated to live performances by Madette and Se'lah as well has a selection of hors d'oeuvres. Even if you can't find any gifts, you won't leave empty handed - all guests will walk away with a goodie bag.

City of Craft (December 11)
City of Craft is a three-day event, but if you want to get in on the night market, you'll have to go on Friday evening. It will be open until 10 p.m., and feature booze, music, and plenty of surprises (TBA). You'll also have first dibs on the goods sold over the weekend.

Photo of the Junction Night Market by Jesse Milns.


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