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10 things to do in Toronto today

It may not look the prettiest outside, but events in Toronto today have a lot going on. Pedestrian Sunday finishes up for the season with a day of activities, shopping and food. Elsewhere, a big Day of the Dead celebration is on and there's a feminist art market.

  • Events you might want to check out
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • October 28
      This year's season of carless Kensington comes to an end with one last day of dancing, music, activities, art, food and performances in the street.
      Kensington Market
    • October 28
      A celebration of Latin American culture is on with a day of family-friendly activities, traditional foods, drink and live entertainment.
      Evergreen Brick Works
    • October 28
      Works of art are for sale, with local makers selling decor, gifts, original creations and more inspired fuelled by powerful feminist forces.
    • October 28
      Strap in for some seriously wild hi-fi psych Japan's Kikagaku Moyo who specialize in "feeling good music" with lots of distortion and trippy sounds.
    • October 28
      Celebrate Halloween with drag, drinking games, costume contests and a screening of the classic who-dun-it, board-game-inspired Clue.
      The Royal Cinema
    • October 28
      The multi-talented Nick Cave arrives with his signature low, bluesy and beautiful singing he's been rocking for a few decades now.
      Scotiabank Arena
    • October 28
      Treat yourself to some some spooky, creepy and weird handmade goodies by local makers and artists at this Halloween market.
      Toronto Media Arts Centre
    • October 28
      Death metal band Dying Fetus have been innovators of the genre and are here to play alongside Incantation, Gatecreeper and Genocide Pact.
    • October 28
      Superfood gets a closer look at this documentary that explores what happens to the communities that get caught up the latest health craze.
      The Revue Cinema
    • October 28
      The warmth of Hawaii reaches Toronto by way of a Tropical-style pig roast with a hibiscus-infused pig, hibiscus beer, AYCE sides and colourful leis.
    Lead photo by

    Evergreen Brick Works

Lead photo by

Evergreen Brick Works


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