Christmas and Boxing Day Events Toronto

Christmas and Boxing day events in Toronto

MUSIC | Anahata - Earthling and Tron - Live!
There's a way-cool, San Francisco style, multi-dimensional event tonight on Dundas West. There will be food, live yoga, trippy sounds from Earthling, Tron, and a host of other progressive, techno, electro, ambient, sets that will be combined with some equally mind-expanding visuals from a variety of VJs.
Radiolaria (1166 Dundas Street West), $35 7PM

CLUBS | Christmas Day Party @ The Bovine
Everybody's fave Queen West watering hole is open tonight for the annual Xmas Day Bash. With great drinks, great tunes and great 'scenery', this is the place to break down the tryptophan in your system with a variety of tasty brews or cocktails. Bottoms up!
Bovine Sex Club (542 Queen Street West), 9PM

CLUBS | Christmas Night @ Fly
DJ Shawn Riker is in the driver's seat tonight, and the party knob will be turned to 11. Any dance club with a designated and approved "stay and play" hotel has go to be a place worth checking out... Could get interesting. This party goes until 6AM!
Fly Nightclub (8 Gloucester Street), 10PM $10

CLUBS | Subspace & Club Neutral XXXmas Party
Santa knows when you've been nice... But at tonight's XXX Party, it would seem that "naughty" would be his main concern. Public "spankings", and contests for best "Bad Santa" or "Santa's Sexy Helpers" have been promised. Sounds jolly!
Club Neutral (349A College Street), 10PM $10



MUSIC | tranceAddict presents DEADMAU5 @ Guvernment
TO's pride and joy, electro/house producer and stylist Deadmau5, will be breaking it out tonight at what promises to be a packed gig. Born under the name Joel Thomas Zimmerman, Deadmau5 has risen to the top with many Juno wins and nominations, plus a Grammy and numerous international appearances of note. The Junkies will open.
The Guvernment (132 Queens Quay West), 10PM $65

MUSIC | Lincoln Rising Fundraiser w/ Drake, Kardinal Offishall & More
Some big movers and shakers in the TO hip-hop scene will be coming together tonight at this fundraiser to support actor/athelete Lincoln J. Russell in his fight against the rare neurological disorder CIDP. There will be performances by Aion Clarke, and Noah Shebib, with Kardinal Offishall, DJ Wikked, and more doing their thing at the afterparty which follows (click link for afterparty deets).
398 West (398 Eglinton Avenue West), 7:30PM $25

PARTY | Bangs & Blush: Boxing Day BLOWOUT!
The B&B gals have got their thing down to a fine science: since taking over the '60s soul/rock/pop vibe at Clinton's in the last few months of this year, they've been hosting quite the groovy get together every week on their own terms. Tonight things will shake rattle and rock'n'roll at the Boxing Day Blowout! This is the place place to get those "ya ya's" out!
Clintons (693 Bloor Street West), 10PM $5

MUSIC | Do Right! Boxing Day Jam
Although DJ John Kong gets much press as the head of the label which signed Maylee Todd, Elizabeth Shepherd, and other T Dot luminaries, tonight he will put his original claim to fame back front and centre: the man's a boss DJ! Along with notables Jason Palma, Paul E. Lopes, and more, there will be classic grooves, rooted in the origins of funk and soul to warm your spirits.
Supermarket (268 Augusta Avenue) 10PM $5


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