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15 things to do in Toronto this week

The Invictus Games continues this week but there's a lot of other events happening in Toronto that will make it easy to take advantage of this amazing weather and get out and do stuff. From the first-ever EDIT festival to Nuit Blanche it's shaping up to be an exciting week.

  • Events you might want to check out
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • September 25-30
      The Invictus Games continues in Toronto this week with both free and ticketed sporting events showcasing 600 competitors in 12 sports.
      Toronto, ON
    • September 25 - October 2
      The popular restaurant and bar at Queen and Dovercourt is serving up Oktoberfest draft with German and local options. There will be Stein Specials all week and DJ nights on weekends.
      Otto's Bierhalle
    • September 26 - October 5
      In advance of the release of the hotly anticipated Blade Runner 2049, TIFF is running a retrospective on the Quebecois filmmaker that starts with Enemy and Cosmos.
      TIFF
    • September 28
      Celebrate the launch of The Power Plant's Fall 2017 Exhibition Season with a big party inside the gallery. Be the first to see exhibitions by Sammy Baloji & Filip De Boeck, Amalia Pica and Michael Landy.
      The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery
    • September 28 - October 8
      A brand new festival for fans of design, innovation and technology takes over 150,000-square feet of the abandoned Lever Ponds soap factory for 10 days of installations, talks, and workshops.
      East Harbour
    • September 28 - October 1
      This annual festivals showcases YouTube world premieres, screenings, and talks with acclaimed digital creators, workshops, panels a big red carpet event.
      Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre
    • September 28
      Hillary Clinton tours her new book, What Happened,  in front of a live audience to discuss the last American election, her journey of writing the book and what's next.
      Enercare Centre
    • September 29 - October 31
      Legends of horror is an immersive horror tour through Casa Loma. It's a one hour, self guided walking tour through tunnels, dark space and corners of the castle never-before open to the public.
      Casa Loma
    • September 29-30
      Catch films from around the world that feature motorcycles and motorcycle culture over four nights. There's also an opening night party with DJs and drinks.
      Revue Cinema
    • September 29
      Join a great big dance party for Toronto's LGBT party people inside Toronto's giant new adult-arcade. Expect DJs, drag queens and lots of dancing.
      The Rec Room Toronto
    • September 29-30
      This two day event is where you'll find apparel and accessories for women and men from 70+ Canadian designers. 90 per cent of the collections being made-in-Canada, which makes this the ultimate shopping local experience.
      Queen Richmond Centre West
    • September 30 - October 1
      The 12th edition of Toronto's free, city-wide sunset-to-sunrise celebration of contemporary art returns with installations and works transforming spaces all around us for one night only. 
      Multiple Venues
    • September 30
      This brand new Toronto music festival and arts celebration is run by and features women, gender queer and trans folk. 
      Artscape Daniels Spectrum
    • September 30
      Close out the massive sports tournament with a concert from Bryan Adams, Kelly Clarkson, Bachman & Turner, and Quebecoise singer-songwriter Coeur de pirate.
      Air Canada Centre
    • September 30 - January 7
      Don’t miss this rare glimpse into the fantastic and frightful world of renowned filmmaker Guillermo del Toro. It's an immersive exhibit featuring about 4,150 objects including props, sculptures, paintings, prints, and costumes.
      Art Gallery of Ontario
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    Buffer Festival

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