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10 things to do in Toronto today

Events in Toronto today ask if you want to build a snowman with live performances of some of Hollywood's most iconic scores. Elsewhere, Korean culutre is getting a special celebration and there's a massive Guess warehouse sale. Film, theatre and drag are all on as well.

  • Events you might want to check out
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    About the Event
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    • April 3
      Coming all the way from Brighton, Delta Sleep takes their name from delta wave sleep state and their chill rock rhythms are as melodic as you'd think.
    • April 3
      Now in its 11th year, this big poetry competition brings together 20 dynamic poets to showcase a diverse range of voices, themes and poetic genres.
      Harbourfront Centre
    • April 3
      All-things Korean culture are getting a mini-festival with a night of K-pop music and beauty, performances, dance, games, food and more.
    • April 3
      Some of the city's top comedians are ready to try out drag in the name of charity during this fundraiser for The 519 community centre.
    • April 3
      Andrei Tarkovsky’s metaphysical journey through an enigmatic post-apocalyptic landscape is getting a celebratory 40th anniversary screening.
      The Royal Cinema
    • April 3
      Venus Fest is ready to present a showcase of new wave indie bands from all over North America, including Gauche, Pearie Sol and So Young.
    • April 3-6
      Songs from Frozen, The Godfather, Wizard of Oz and more iconic Hollywood scores are being performed live by conductor Richard Kaufman.
      Roy Thomson Hall
    • April 3-7
      Classic Guess wear is on sale at this huge warehouse sale with tons of designer men's and women's clothing and accessories for cheap.
      International Centre
    • April 3-10
      Taking a look at global crisis and celebrating the power of the human spirit, this film festival uncovers stories about human rights all over the world.
      TIFF Bell Lightbox
    • April 3-21
      Taking place in 1734 Montreal, this production follows Marie Joseph Angélique, an enslaved Black woman who was accused of setting fire to the city.
      Factory Theatre
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