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Weekend events in Toronto February 2-4 2018

Weekend events in Toronto include the return of the Toronto Tea Festival, the start of Harbourfront Centre's month long Black History Month celebrations, and some huge parties at nightclubs around town.

  • Top Picks
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • February 2
      Last Planet presents a line-up of world renowned musical artists to soundtrack your skating experience down at the Gardiner's Bentway and create the most memorable dance floor experience on ice.
      The Bentway
    • February 2
      Canada's only coast to coast film festival brings classic favourites in action, sci-fi, and comedy back to the big screen from February 2-8. Expect gems like Back to the Future and The Big Lebowski.
      Cineplex Cinemas Yonge-Dundas and VIP
    • February 3-4
      Sample hundreds of the world's finest teas courtesy of over 40 exhibitors stationed at this two day love letter to tea. Last year's over 3000 people attended, so expect to connect with fellow tea lovers.
      Toronto Reference Library
    • February 3
      The Harbourfront Centre is calling all lovers of soca and Caribbean music to attend this special edition of DJ Skate Nights. Dr. Jay de Soca Prince's beats will make this the hottest winter party on ice.
      Harbourfront Centre
    • February 3
      Miss Honey Dijon is performing an open-to-close set in celebration of CODA's four year anniversary. Honey brings the best in house, disco, and more to this party on Bathurst.
    • February 3
      Longtime love interest of Kourtney Kardashian lands at Toronto's Rebel this Saturday to host a party with music by DJ Jed Harper and Scotty Scratch.
  • Events you might want to check out
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • February 3
      For those who missed the Polar Bear Dip but want to embrace the freeze, take the Coldest Day of the Year Ride, which departs from Alexander the Great Parkette at 11:30 a.m. The ride is 7km. Bundle up!
      Danforth Ave and Logan Ave
    • February 3-24
      Harbourfront Centre celebrates Black History Month with Kuumba: a Journey to Black Liberation. Free art events happen all month, some gems being Journey Through Hip Hop and I Am For You Can Enjoy.
      Harbourfront Centre
    • February 4
      Writer, director, former actress, and proud feminist discusses her poignant memoir, Brave. It's a pull-no punches manifesto to dismantle systemic misogyny and empower people everywhere.
      Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema
  • Music
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • February 2
      Kimbra's forthcoming album may have been delayed a few months, but her visit to the Mod Club is right on schedule. If you're lucky, the Cameo Lover may debut some of those new songs live.
      Mod Club Theatre
    • February 2
      The South African-Canadian singer brings her blend of R&B, soul, and jazz to the Rivoli. The new LP The Secret Life of Planets just dropped two days ago, so expect to hear new material.
    • February 2
      DJ Pammm and DJ Diana McNally play music to transport you to the far reaches of Orion. Cosmic Disco, Montreal Sound, and 80s Euro synthpop await at this no cover show.
  • Parties
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • February 2
      Y2K Party sees DJ Starting From Scratch and Mensa spnning the best jams, one hit wonders and guilty pleasures of the early to mid 2000s.
    • February 3
      Anime fans are coming out of the woodwork to party hard with Pink City's 19+ Dragon Ball Z party. There's tons of buzz around this one, almost as much as last year's Sailor Moon Celebration.
      Raiders Esports Centre
    • February 3
      The popular College Street nightclub located beside Sneaky Dee's is partying hard until 5 AM. There's free entry as long as you show up before midnight.
      Nest
  • Comedy
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    About the Event
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  • Food & Drink
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  • Markets and pop-ups
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • February 2-4
      This inclusive one stop shop for brides, grooms, plus their families and friends will give you an edge in planning any wedding type, be it budget or blowout. Plus, brides-to-be get in for free if they pre-register!
      Enercare Centre
    • February 3
      No charge, no hassle, no drama. Just drop the clothes you don't need anymore and grab something new that speaks to you. Anything left over gets donated to OASIS.
      Unit 2
    • February 4
      10 farmers bring their farm fresh yarns, roving and fleece to the Gladstone for the second annual LandMADE market. Meet the Canadian farmers and pick up local fibers for your next art project.
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CODA 


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