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10 things to do in Toronto today

We're halfway through the week and events in Toronto are bringing life as Mariah Carey belts out the high-pitched hits and KISS kisses us goodbye. The Water Docs festival kicks off and you can experience the Imperial March in all its iconic glory.

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    About the Event
    • March 20
      The diva herself Mariah Carey is here to take on a no doubt elaborate stage this month as she hits the road for her Caution world tour.
      Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
    • March 20
      It's the end of the road for glam rockers KISS, as they embark on a farewell tour that hits Toronto to rock 'n' roll all night, and party every day.
      Scotiabank Arena
    • March 20
      Pioneering director Nancy Nicol is dropping by for a screening of three films presented by that explore Blackness, Indigeneity and abortion.
      Ryerson University School of Image Arts
    • March 20
      Hong Kong's G.E.M. stands in a league of her own it comes to beautifully sung, achingly soulful and simple love ballads.
      Coca-Cola Coliseum
    • March 20
      Japan's all-female rock group is challenging repression with their music and using their art to redefine gender roles on the indie stage.
    • March 20
      Part of the Toronto Storytelling Festival, Confabulation returns to challenge local storytellers to spin a narrative up in just two minutes or less.
    • March 20
      A small but mighty celebration of the spring festival of Holi is on with live Bollywood music, Henna tattoos and lots of good fortune.
    • March 20-23
      The Force and fatherhood come together in the second (or fifth) episode of the Star Wars series played live alongside the movie.
      Roy Thomson Hall
    • March 20-24
      It was the rock opera to end all rock operas. The Who's 1969 classic Tommy screens with its psychedelic, jaw-dropping visuals and performances.
      The Royal Cinema
    • March 20-24
      It's never been a better time to explore water issues in Canada and around the globe with this film festival taking a look at the subject up-close.
      Hod Docs Ted Rogers Cinema
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    Mariah Carey

Lead photo by

Mariah Carey

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