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10 things to do in Toronto today

The whole city no doubt has Nuit Blanche hangover but events in Toronto today still give you the chance to get out and pick up some cool vintage stuff at a flea while Bon Iver drops by. You can get prepped ahead of the election and there's comedy and theatre, too.

  • Events you might want to check out
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • October 6
      Fresh off the release of his new album i,i, Bon Iver is bringing his gentle harmonies to the stage as part of his huge international tour.
      Scotiabank Arena
    • October 6
      The Federal election is just around the corner and TVO's Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath are dropping by to give a rundown of what to expect.
      Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema
    • October 6
      Clear out your closet and bring your unwanted items in to drop off or swap at this big exchange with clothing, housewares, knick knacks and more.
      Evergreen Brick Works
    • October 6
      The Garrison and Black Diamond Vintage are coming together for a day of vintage shopping, plus other local vendors, music, food and drinks.
    • October 6
      All things good for the body, mind and soul are on at this market with health-conscious goods, plus workout classes, talks and treatment sessions.
      Artscape Wychwood Barns
    • October 6
      Over 50 local artists and designers will be selling original art, fashion, jewellery, home decor, vintage, photography, body care and more.
    • October 6
      Some very funny b'ys are in Toronto for a night of Newfoundlander-style laughs with Brian Aylward, Michael Lynch and Colin Hollet.
      The Royal Cinema
    • October 6
      Since going solo from Blonde Redhead, Kazu has continued to create spacey, experimental rock/electro that will take you on a cosmic journey.
      Longboat Hall
    • October 6
      Checking out California's metalcore rockers Of Mice & Men would be worth it just to hear lead singer Aaron Pauley's gorgeous singing.
    • October 6-27
      Annie Baker's Pulitzer Prize-winning piece tells the story of three ushers making $8.25/hour as they attend to the last 35mm film projector in town.
      Streetcar Crowsnest
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    @blackdiamondvtg

Lead photo by

@blackdiamondvtg


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