Today in Toronto: Wintersleep, Booka Shade, Tory Lanez, Holiday Night Market

Today in Toronto there are bunch of very good concerts; it’s a full Wednesday to turn it up to 11 if you want to. Most notably, Wintersleep makes a big return now that their album is due early 2017. The Nova Scotia rockers take over the Danforth Music Hall for one night only.

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    • November 30
      These Nova Scotia indie rockers return to the city for a big night of hits alongside openers Fake Palms. Now signed to Dine Alone records, the band is set for big things in 2017 with a new album and their latest single “Amerika.”
      The Danforth Music Hall
    • November 30
      Hunt through heaps of vintage, retro and repro clothing as well as accessories, antiques and vinyl while DJs spin music to get you in the mood with a cocktail (or two) in hand. This night market from 7 to 11 p.m. includes some of the finest vintage collectors in the city. Drinking and dancing while shopping and mingling is encouraged.
    • November 30
      “Fashionable attire” is encouraged at this show inside Rebel Nightclub down at Polson Pier. This is a small concert within the larger Rebel complex from the city’s hottest hip hop star at the moment. You probably know him from his singles “Say It” and his latest “Luv," and he’ll be not only performing but hosting this evening.
      Rebel Nightclub
    • November 30
      The Berlin-based electronic music duo had a major breakthrough in 2005 at Sonar Festival and have been praised as the best thing to come out of the European electronic scene in the last two decades. They’ve been around for much longer however and have an incredibly loyal following.
    • November 30
      This will be an evening of art, entertainment and lively discussion exploring the potential of Toronto’s laneways. The third annual laneway summit will bring together designers, planners, artists, decision-makers and laneway lovers from across the city to imagine ways of unlocking the potential of these overlooked public spaces.
    • November 30
      Celebrate the city’s favourite goth/punk drag queen with a roast at the Beaver. Dancing, performances and lots of old embarrassing photos will help fuel the roasting. If you have stories, bring them and share, or just show up and be highly entertained.
      The Black Eagle Toronto
    • November 30
      This night is billed as one of free comedy that “doesn’t suck.” Get here early because the room fills up fast for this one. This week's lineup features headliner Peter White (Comedy Now, JFL) and supporting acts Joe Vu and Cara Conners, with host Sean Hebert shilling free shots to audience members.
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