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The top 10 events in Toronto this fall

Events in Toronto this fall will have you breaking out the sweaters, and enjoying apple cider and the smell of wet leaves. There's a big party at the library, as well as plenty of festivals for art, music, and podcasts. There are also plenty of free events too.

  • Events you might want to check out
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • September 30
      High-flying motorcycles take over the Scotiabank Arena to soar over giant dunes during this FMX, BMX, scooter and inline extravaganza.
      Scotiabank Arena
    • October 11-19
      Feature films and shorts of the horror, thriller and sci-fi persuasion are being screened over nine nights, just in time for spooky season.
      Cineplex Scotiabank Theatre
    • October 17-26
      Coming to Toronto for the first time, this music festival is stacked with performances by DVSN and The Sorority, a Distillery District takeover by Alice Glass, plus workshops and events.
      Multiple Venues
    • October 20
      Bloor/Gladstone Library is being transformed into party central with drinks, neon signs and classic library nostalgia during this big party in the stacks.
      Bloor/Gladstone Library
    • October 25-29
      Modern art gets a big festival downtown with both Canadian and international artists presenting new works, lectures and programming.
      Metro Toronto Convention Centre
    • November 1-5
      There's never been a better time for podcasts, and some of the leading podcasters will be in for panels and presentations, plus a live read from LeVar Burton.
      Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema
    • November 6-11
      Over 300 artists are set to takeover more than 25 venues across the city with new underground and indie music from all genres.
      Multiple Venues
    • November 15 - December 23
      Grab a cider and get festive at the Christmas Market that features food, shopping, drinks and entertainment to get you in the holiday spirit.
      The Distillery District
    • November 23 - March 17
      Back again is this free outdoor festival featuring the Winter Light exhibition, skating, bonfires and screenings at the Cinesphere.
      Ontario Place
    • December 12-16
      Corteo tells the story of "a festive parade imagined by a clown" and includes its signature acrobatic marvels and mind-bending contortion.
      Scotiabank Arena
    Lead photo by

    Matt Forsythe

Lead photo by

Matt Forsythe


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