The top 5 free events in Toronto: February 8-14 2016
The top free events in Toronto will help you save your pennies for the impending Hallmark holiday. If you've had to dish out some serious cash to buy your bae some fine wine or are fearing an inevitably pricey Sunday dinner, these events will help you get through the week without breaking the bank.
Here's a roundup of free events in Toronto this week.
Dave Bookman's Nu Music Night (Feb. 9)
Get your fill of free music by heading to the Horseshoe Tavern this Tuesday. Morality Players, The Altobeelays and Fires will all be playing sets. If you'd rather take the stage yourself, head to The Tennessee and get in on its open mic night.
XXX Adult Colouring (Feb. 11)
The Gladstone is going all out in the name of Valentine's Day this week. It's crafted a schedule filled with love-centric free events. On Thursday, head to the hotel for an X-rated colouring extravaganza. If that's not your thing, there's also Tinder Tales, Lego + Lagers 4 Lovers and more on tap earlier in the week.
Rec Room Thursdays (Feb. 11)
Want to kick off patio season a little early? The Drake has got your back. Thursday is the hotel's weekly Rec Room night featuring music by DJ Fase. If you dig some change out of your sofa, there's $5 tall cans and Jameson Select Reserve.
DJ Skate Nights: Lula Skate (Feb. 13)
Head to the Harbourfront Centre on the first Saturday of the month for the second to last DJ Skate Night of the season. The music for this week's installment will be brought to you by Lula Lounge's DJ Trambo.
Bellwoods Flea (Feb. 13)
Do a little window shopping this Saturday at the Valentine's Day edition of the Bellwoods Flea. If you can't resist spending while checking out the goods, opt to play a retro video game or catch a movie (they'll be playing all day). And, if you're not feeling overly stingy, you can purchase food and drinks for your loved one at under 10 bucks.
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Photo of The Morality Players via the band's Facebook page.
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