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13 things to do in Toronto this week

It's a wonderful week in Toronto for music lovers, with shows from Tegan and Sara, Ibeyi, and Indie Week all going down. Elsewhere, the St. Lawrence Market opens up for an indulgent night, a few film festivals pop up across town, and Chris Rock plans to put a lock on your phone.

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    • November 6
      Canadian musical duo Teg and Sara celebrate the 10 year anniversary of their landmark album The Con with a night at Massey Hall as part of the Con X tour.
      Queen Elizabeth Theatre (Toronto)
    • November 6
      The ninth annual film festival returns to Roncesvalles' Revue Theatre with an array of feature films, documentaries, short films and animations.
      Revue Cinema
    • November 7
      Six nights, 20 venues, and over 250 musical acts are front and centre in Toronto between November 7 and 12 as part of the annual indie music showcase. The week kicks off with a launch party at the Hideout.
      The Hideout Toronto
    • November 7
      The French-Cuban musical duo has been gaining a large following in Canada for their downtempo, experimental R&B. They hit the Phoenix to play music of their latest album Ash.
      The Phoenix Concert Theatre
    • November 7-8
      This free trade show exhibits first of their kind Canadian product reveals from cameras to software and more, in an intimate, interactive environment.
      Metro Toronto Convention Centre
    • November 9-12
      The Markham Fairgrounds will play host to a massive sale with over 30,000 pairs of fall and winter product. There's 80% off of brands like Cole, Dr. Scholls, Vince Camuto and more.
      Markham Fairgrounds
    • November 8-11
      The second annual Toronto Indie Horror Fest sees D-Beatstro transform into a horror auditorium of sorts, with free screenings of full features and short films for four days straight.
    • November 9
      Art lovers and adventurous shoppers will find an outrageous art auction unlike anything you've ever seen.
      Buddies In Bad Times Theatre
    • November 9-19
      The blood-spraying musical is back in Toronto by popular demand, with the largest splatter zone yet.
      Randolph Theatre
    • November 9
      The historic St. Lawrence Market annual Evening at the Market gives you the opportunity to sample over 64 merchants worth of items all under one cozy roof.
      St. Lawrence Market - South Market
    • November 10-12
      The three day film fest returns this year with a new home at Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema and a new program of striking and powerful films.
      Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema
    • November 11
      The biggest comedy event of the month goes down Saturday night. Just be prepared to have your electronics bagged by door security so you can fully enjoy the show.
      Air Canada Centre
    • November 12
      Give greener gifts this holiday season. Forty-five of Toronto's finest handcrafted, sustainable, eco-friendly vendors have been hand picked to bring you a day of delicious eats and cheer.
      The Eco Lifestyle Market
    Lead photo by

    Alex Meoko

Lead photo by

Alex Meoko

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