things to do February toronto

The top 10 events in Toronto this February

The top things to do in Toronto for February 2020 are finally ready to welcome the Broadway smash hit musical Hamilton to the stage, if you can grab tickets. You can also catch the world's most expensive car and there's concerts, food events and free stuff on, too.

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    • February 1-29
      This Black History Month festival is back to celebrate the heritage, culture and traditions of Black Canadians with a month of special programming.
      Harboufront Centre
    • February 7
      Bevy is back with a winter beer festival that includes two dozen brews, include special blends, food, performances and an on-site maker's market.
    • February 11 - May 17
      The time has finally come for the hit Broadway musical to take the stage in Toronto for the first time to tell the story of Alexander Hamilton.
      Ed Mirvish Theatre
    • February 12-17
      Cool, international, independent, politically incorrect and eye-opening, this annual film festival is back to feature the best in Black cinema.
      Imagine Cinemas Carlton
    • February 12-22
      Experimental queer theatre, dance, music and performance art are all on at this annual festival with boundary-pushing works by talented artists.
    • February 13-16
      The winter edition of this arts and music festival is back to showcase different genres and sounds by artists from all over the world.
      Multiple Venues
    • February 14-23
      You can catch the world's most expensive car at this year's AutoShow, plus a week of exhibitions, programming, special guests and shiny cars.
      Metro Toronto Convention Centre
    • February 20-23
      Over 300 contemporary artists from Canada and abroad are dropping by for this big art show that includes competitions, talks, workshops and more.
      The Better Living Centre
    • February 21-23
      Folk sounds are set to fill spots all over the city as Winterfolk returns to showcase blues, bluegrass, light rock, jazz, country, folk and roots music.
      Multiple Venues
    • February 27
      Netflix's Nanette writer and star comedian Hannah Gadsby is making her Toronto debut in the first of three shows that are part of her Douglas tour.
      Roy Thomson Hall
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