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10 things to do in Toronto today

The long weekend is finally here and events in Toronto today are ready for three days of fun. Allan Gardens is set to double as an art gallery and there's a big party at the ROM. The Raps are ready to take on the Bucks and there's music, film and more all on as well.

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    • May 17
      Namaste, everyone. FNL is back with a party in the museum themed around its new special exhibition: The Royal Arts of Jodhpur, India.
      Royal Ontario Museum
    • May 17
      The Raps are ready to go against the Bucks in the second game of the series and all the action is going down in the Square.
      Maple Leaf Square
    • May 17
      The boys of NCT 127 are ready to drop a cherry bomb on Toronto as they make their Canadian debut with a night of K-pop hits.
      Coca-Cola Coliseum
    • May 17
      Back again is this two-night music series at Rivoli and Lee's Palace that brings underground bands from Tokyo over to play the Toronto stage.
    • May 17
      L.A. experience collective Colors is touring around and finally making its way to Toronto for a huge party with DJs playing all the best R&B hits.
    • May 17
      Once a Disney child voice actor, Foxygen drummer Shaun Fleming has branched out into the realm of solo indie rock inspired by 1960s folk-pop.
    • May 17-23
      Director Robin McKenna is on hand for both screenings of this new film that explores real-life gift economies and things that just can't be bought.
      Imagine Cinemas Carlton
    • May 17-24
      Drunken Cinema is back with three screenings of the dreamy Kiefer Sutherland-led 80s classic with lots of babes, bikes and blood.
      Revue Cinema
    • May 17-31
      Part of CONTACT, Allan Gardens is about to be turned into an art gallery with a series of photographs by Toronto-based artists Seth Stevenson and Ryan Louis.
      Allan Gardens Conservatory
    • May 17 - July 15
      When John and Molly Chester left L.A. to start a farm, they had no idea what they signed up for or how it would change their lives forever.
      Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema
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