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15 things to do in Toronto this week

The top events in Toronto this week raise a glass to Family Day 2019 at Brewer's Backyard, while the Artist Project and Winterfolk return. Action Bronson is here and there's a cat video festival. Don't forget to check out what's open and closed and all the cool free stuff happening, too.

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    • February 18
      The first Brewer’s Backyard is back with a whole day of brews, food, music and activities under the shelter of Evergreen Brick Works.
      Evergreen Brick works
    • February 19
      K-pop sensations Red Velvet are making their way to Canada for the first time to perform in Toronto, as part of their Redmare tour.
      Coca-Cola Coliseum
    • February 19
      Indie folk rockers Beirut let their sound be shaped by the trumpet playing of Zach Condon while letting a symphony fall around it.
      Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
    • February 20
      When he's not tasting delicious food, he's rapping. Action Bronson arrives for a night of classy beats and fresh flows as part of his White Bronco Tour.
    • February 20
      The final Winter Wednesday of the season is on with an evening of skating, food, drinks, games and cozy bonfires spread throughout.
      Evergreen Brick Works
    • February 21
      A showcasing of all-female chefs is on with women-chefs from all over Canada serving up gourmet cuisine alongside drinks and entertainment.
      The Globe and Mail Centre
    • February 21
      Nothing will warm you up faster in winter than the sun-drenched sounds of R&B singer Zaki Ibrahim and her sensuous grooves that seriously bang.
    • February 21-24
      This four day contemporary art fair is jam-packed with works by local and international artists and features talks, workshops, competitions and more.
      The Better Living Centre
    • February 22
      Put on your dancing shoes as Toronto's local DJ gets fired up with hot hits courtesy of Chippy Nonstop, Sammy Rawal, Babygirl and more.
    • February 22-24
      Meant to invoke a summer festival in winter, musicians from around the province are ready to take over venues across the city to showcase folk talent.
      Multiple Venues
    • February 23
      iskwe has been making waves across the country with her hauntingly beautiful, powerful vocals and lyrics that speak out and lift the soul.
    • February 23 - March 7
      The internet is for cats and this film festival is dedicated to all sorts off on-screen feline exploits with funny videos foraged from all over the net.
      Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema
    • February 24
      A celebration of influential Black female artists is on with a night of expression through concept-driven dance pieces, vivid imagery and vocal performances.
    • February 24
      Toronto's own wedding experts and specialists are gathering to showcase their creations, inform, and assist planners in making weddings come to life.
      Artscape Wychwood Barns
    • February 24
      Funny and fierce, Drag Race's Monique Heart is making her way around Canada and stopping into Toronto for a night of drag.
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Hector Vasquez

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