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10 things to do in Toronto today

It's a big day in Toronto for events, with the first evening of the annual Night It Up! night market where Asian street food is at its best. There's also a video game flea, comedy and film screenings to check out.

  • Events you might want to check out
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • July 13
      Another Friday of musical discovery is on as Indie Fridays takes over YDS, this time featuring Leah Daniels and The Reklaws.
      Yonge–Dundas Square
    • July 13
      There's a big launch party happening for a new guide to Toronto's arts and culture scene, complete with with live music, performances, food and drink
      Evergreen Brickworks
    • July 13
      It's Friday the 13th, which means that the Toronto Indie Horror Fest is screening a spooky tale of a hiker who uncovers the lost remains of a summer camp.
      Eyesore Cinema
    • July 13
      Blues singer and guitarist Buddy Guy returns to Toronto with his signature stylings that helped bring the genre to the mainstream.
      Budweiser Stage
    • July 13
      Live your pop punk band dreams and unleash your inner emotions at this huge karaoke party featuring a live band playing the hits.
    • July 13-14
      Video games, comics, zines, food and beer are all happening at this flea market and meet up with tons of pins, patches, t-shirts, art, toys and more.
      Toronto Media Arts Centre
    • July 13-15
      Markham's annual outdoor festival is back with street foods typical of an authentic Asian market, plus nightly performances.
      Markham Civic Centre
    • July 13-15
      Revving, screeching and zipping takes over Toronto for two days this week as the Honda Indy returns with beer gardens, food, activities and more.
      Exhibition Place
    • July 13-19
      A new documentary shows how director Stanley Kubrick, known for his perfectionism, pushed others around him to achieve his vision.
      Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema
    • July 13 - August 10
      Five new unscripted works developed by emerging directors see the light of day in this series beginning with the cinematic comedy "Recommended for You."
    Lead photo by

    Hector Vasquez

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez


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