lipsynch battle

7 things to do today in Toronto

Today in Toronto it's time to take your headphones out of your ears and compete in our city's lip synch battle. There's a mic, a stage, lights, and a song that you know all the words to. This is always a hilarious night out and a perfect hump day activity.

  • Events you might want to check out
    About the Event
    • December 14
      If you love to perform, but your friends can't stand your voice, grab that (broken) microphone, flex yours muscles and step away from your bathroom mirror. Choose to be a battle performer or just show up and cheer in the audience, it's up to you. Doors are at 7:30 p.m., and the shows begin at 8 p.m., sharp.
    • December 14
      Rue Morgue Magazine and Unstable Ground present Little Terrors Short Film Event: Deceased Navidad. It's the holiday edition of the monthly short horror film showcase! Expect two full hours of the craziest, goriest, most-disturbing and off-the-wall short films the genre has to offer! Tickets are $10 and there's a full bar ready to keep you hydrated.
      Imagine Cinemas Carlton
    • December 14
      Kinsey Fail is Toronto’s LGBTQ+ improv show. It’s a night full of the best Queer improvisors in the city. This edition, directed by Anders Yates, features the fabulous Gavin Crawford!. Tickets are $10 or $5 with a Bad Dog Student Card.
    • December 14
      This is an all ages concert to make your ears ring with Toronto's fave new noise makers and punk rockers Pup! Critics and fans love them a lot, and this all-ages show is their Toronto stop on their massive 2016 world tour.
      The Danforth Music Hall
    • December 14
      The 2nd Annual Hip Hop Food Drive features Keysha Freshh, Yasmin Soul, Rooks McCoy and special guest performance by Dan-e-o with music by DJs MelBoogie, Ducats and Slam. It's all in support of Covenant House and tickets are $5 with a non-perishable food item or $10 without.
    • December 14-17
      Tafelmusik’s Messiah returns this December for four uplifting performances inside the gorgeous Koerner Hall. A cherished holiday tradition in Toronto since 1981, Tafelmusik’s Messiah is conducted by Ivars Taurins and revels in Handel’s original orchestration, the glory of the Hallelujah chorus, and the brilliant singing of the renowned Tafelmusik Chamber Choir. Tickets starts at $30 if you're 3...
      Koerner Hall, TELUS Centre
    • December 14
      On the second Wednesday of every month, Henderson Brewing Company and Dead Dog Records team up for a monthly Albums & Ales night. Dead Dog Records curates a lineup of new releases, best sellers and their top picks to play for you from 6 to 9 p.m. and Henderson will be serving up Ale + Album specials all night long.
      Henderson Brewing Company
  • Ongoing events
    About the Event
    • December 5-16
      Toronto Market Co.’s Union Station Holiday Market showcases unique merchandise from specialty retailer, artisans, designers, food vendors and cultural institutions inside Union Station. The market is open from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. every day and admission is free.
      Union Station
    • December 8-23
      This brand new Christmas market at Nathan Phillips Square might give the Distillery District a run for its money. This event, inspired by European Christmas markets, features artisans, food vendors, rides and of course, Santa Claus.
      Nathan Phillips Square
    • December 10 - February 28
      A major highlight of this holiday market at the Brick Works is the huge winter street food market. It operates alongside the annual vendors' market and the holiday makers' market. Admission is free and everything is local.
      Evergreen Brick Works
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Ceda Verbakel

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