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15 things to do in Toronto this week

Events in Toronto this week give you lots to look forward to outside of the everyday work grind. Mariah Carey, KISS and Chai are all here while Friday Night Live returns to the ROM. Get yourself some comic relief with SHADE and The Comic Market or check out any of the free stuff that's on.

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    • March 18
      It's time again for the city's tech community to come together for a night of inspiration, networking, food and drinks.
      RBC Waterpark Place
    • March 19
      Australian indie pop duo Oh Pep! is back in Toronto with their infectious sound that's sure to get your feet moving.
    • March 19
      In honour of Women's History Month, Shade is back to bring the laughs with local comedians of colour and members of the LGBTQ2S+ community.
    • 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
      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
      Part of the Toronto Storytelling Festival, Confabulation returns to challenge local storytellers to spin a narrative up in just 2 minutes or less.
    • March 20
      A particular piece of Canadian history is captured as this doc tells the story of a bunch of urbanites who undertook a “back to the land” social experiment.
      Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema
    • 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'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
    • March 21
      Toronto-based artist Kyle Yip's vibrant and expressive works incorporate many styles and influences to explore identity and sexual boundaries.
    • March 22
      Party it up in the museum as Friday Night Live returns with an evening of music, art, food and drinks spread throughout the ROM.
      Royal Ontario Museum
    • March 23
      Take a trip with Miami's Yves Tumor as his experimental electro sounds lead you on a musical journey of cosmic proportions.
    • March 23
      Visual art of all kinds is on sale at this community comic market dedicated to featuring local artists, and even includes a comedy show and activities.
    • March 24
      Spring is time of renewal and this specialty market offers handmade items to step up your self-care game through shopping and education.
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