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Today in Toronto: Lizzo, Magic Night, Beyography Dance Class, Pop-Up Tree Lot

Today in Toronto it's a little quiet, unless you head to the Velvet Underground for the Lizzo show. This R&B princess released her acclaimed EP this year with hits like "Good as Hell" and "Phone." This will be a high energy dance show filled with positiviy. If you need a quieter Tuesday, there's an intimate magic show at The Lockhart.

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    • December 6
      Lizzo is one of the year's most exciting female R&B sensations with hits like "Good as Hell" and "Phone." She released her Coconut Water EP earlier this year and now she's touring her high-energy set with a stop at Toronto's Velvet Underground. If you're looking for a night to let loose, dance like it's nobody's business and watch a new school diva command a stage, be at this show.
    • December 6-13
      Learn the choreography to Beyonce's "Single Ladies" in this free, two-hour dance class. You know the video, so learn from of the key moves to improve your dance floor vocabulary. Register in advance and head into the Sony Centre rehearsal studios for the workout of your week. Class starts at 5:30 p.m.
      Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
    • December 6
      Bacardi will be hosting a pop-up holiday tree lot and rum bar to get people in the spirit of the holiday season! It's a cash only tree lot, and it's $20 for large trees and $10 for small ones. There will, however, be free holiday cocktail samples.
    • December 6
      Cocktails with a side of Magic? Magician Dan Trommater returns to the Harry Potter-themed Lockhart on Dundas West to expand your mind. Dan will go table to table with close-up magic to thrill even the deepest of nonbelievers. There's no cover to this special night of magic and drinkable potions.
      The Lockhart
    • December 6
      December 6 is the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women in Canada. This day marks the anniversary the l'Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal murders in 1989. Every year, Women Won't Forget organizes a candlelight vigil at Philosophers Walk to mourn the 14 women murdered because of their gender. The gathering starts at 6 p.m.
      Philosopher's Walk (Toronto)
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