boxing day 2018

Boxing Day events in Toronto for 2018

Skip the crowded sales and stick to fun on Boxing Day.  From music to comedy to films, Boxing Day in Toronto has so much more to offer than a fistfight over the last pair of discounted loafers that aren't even in your size. 

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    • December 26-30
      The Drake Underground’s annual music festival is the ideal post-Christmas pre-New Years Eve celebration with live shows, house parties, and building wide takeovers.
    • December 26
      Check out this all-star lineup of comedians featuring stellar stand-ups from Just for Laughs, Comedy Central, and This Hour Has 22 Minutes.
    • December 26-30
      Have your mind blown while the world's most beautiful astronaut (sorry Matt Damon) blows through a black hole. This 2014 hit film is an entirely new experience on the CInesphere screen.
    • December 26-27
      Also on the incredible Cinesphere screen, the story of a less magical Mary Poppins with better music and scarier villains.
    • December 26-30
      Boxing Day kicks off at the Puppetmongers Theatre's 29th annual Winter Holiday show with a feminist adaptation of The Princess and The Pea.
      Tarragon Theatre
    • December 26
      An all-female DJ line-up and a hot spot to dance your queer heart out is the perfect antidote to a holiday spent with your family asking why you have so many cats.
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