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The top 12 parties in Toronto this fall

Now that the summer that never was is wrapping up, it's time to celebrate fall with a top-notch parties in warehouses, hotel, theatres, clubs, and museums. Oktoberfest and Halloween aren't the only games in town this time of year, so buckle up and get your dance card ready.

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    • September 22
      The city's biggest live Motown and classic soul concert (with 30 musicians on stage) and dance party (with DJ Wes Allen) will have you twisting from the second you walk in the door.
    • September 23
      What do you get when you mix Daft Punk with Blondie? AlunaGeorge with Duran Duran? You get this dance party that mixes indie dance, disco, funk and new wave in one night. DJs Mista Jiggz and Mike Don't play along with Mix Chopin.
    • September 24
      Manifesto's monthly High Power dance party raises the roof this month for a party in the sky with resident DJs, Nino Brown, Dre Ngozi and special guests Coco Supreme and ChanlMarshl. It's hip hop, soca, dancehall, afrobeats, and house.
    • September 24
      Kensington Market’s Pedestrian Sunday wouldn't be complete without this dance party in the street. Boogie down to soul, funk, disco, afro-beat and special live performances. There's also beer and snacks from 2 - 7 p.m.
    • September 29
      Kick-off your Nuit Blanche weekend with this giant dance, performance and drag party starring some of RuPaul Drag Race's finest: Sasha Velour, Kim Chi and Naomi Smalls. DJs Ticky Ti and John Caffery spin in the big warehouse space.
      99 Sudbury
    • September 29
      DJs! Queens! Projections! Dancing! And a massive room full of games behind the curtain. This is s dance party inside Toronto's newest games room, but at the back, behind a giant curtain with massive screens, lights, and sound.
      The Rec Room Toronto
    • October 7
      The one and only Ben UFO from the UK lands on earth to spin at the latest It's Not U It's Me bash. Nautiluss, Ciel and Yohei Saka with Daniel Raw will also spin side this warehouse rave party.
      Toronto, ON
    • October 5
      The Halloween edition of the AGO's monthly museum dance party is called: Enter Darkness and is inspired by Guillermo del Toro's At Home with Monsters macabre new exhibit. Peaches is the headlining performer.
      AGO - Art Gallery of Ontario
    • October 27
      The ROM's own Halloween inspired dance party gives you chance to see the Anishinaabeg: Art & Power, The Family Camera and The Evidence Room exhibits, while taking dance breaks with ESP and Craig Dominic.
      Royal Ontario Museum
    • October 27
      Rupaul drag race Season 9 Runner-up Shea Coulee lands in Toronto for a night of high drag. She'll perform twice. Local queens Sofonda and Jezebel Bardot will open up and you get to dance inside this huge club in between.
      Fly 2.0
    • October 27
      The Iron Throne is still up for grabs so gather your allies and don your finest furs because winter has come to this hotel-wide Game of Thrones-themed party.
    • November 2
      The annual building-wide, multi-sensory, dance and art party inside pretty much every corner of the Lightbox is always a fall highlight. This year's theme is fame.
      TIFF Bell Lightbox
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