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10 things to do in Toronto today

It's Tuesday in Toronto and events today might actually see Drake take the stage after two postponements. Whatever happens, you can still grab some tour merch at the Scorpion pop-up, hit up a free outdoor film screening or drop by a fireside storytelling session. The day is yours.

  • Events you might want to check out
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • August 21
      Experience the rollercoaster ride of emotion that is Drake as he arrives home with Migos for the first show after Monday's concert was postponed.
      Scotiabank Arena
    • August 21
      It's the last day to grab what's left of Drake's Scorpion tour merch with official gear including jackets, shirts, hoodies and more.
      49 Ossington Avenue
    • August 21
      Catch a free outdoor screening of What Happened, Miss Simone? based on the story of how jazz singer Nina Simone used her music as a call for justice.
      Yonge-Dundas Square
    • August 21
      Part of the CNE concert series, Brazilian musician Seu Jorge brings the summertime vibes with his flavourful soul tunes.
      Queen Elizabeth Theatre
    • August 21
      Storytellers gather around the fire to regale listeners with tales alongside hot cocoa and marshmallows. Bring your own blanket!
      Dufferin Grove Park
    • August 21
      Growling and screaming all the way from merry old England comes old school industrial metal rockers Godflesh for a one-night stint in Toronto.
    • August 21
      Black Gold returns to showcase the 1978 Charles Burnett experimental documentary focused on South Central Los Angeles after the Watts riots.
      The Royal Cinema
    • August 21
      One of the few comedy shows that comes with a literal loot bag, have a laugh tonight with a big lineup of comedians giving out goodies.
    • August 21
      Tuesday are for techno and this community gathering features local DJs, dancing, food and drinks, techno merch and vinyls for sale.
    • August 21
      The second week of this downtown market returns for a night of tunes, activities and $5 food and drink with proceeds going to charity.
    Lead photo by

    @champagnepapi

Lead photo by

@champagnepapi


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