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5 things to do in Toronto today

It's a gloomy, rainy Saturday in Toronto but things to do include lots of indoor events to keep you busy. Local DJs and artists are having a big pay-what-you-can party and there's a showcase of some emerging musicians. Skating, comedy and film are all on, too.

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    • January 11
      Get ready to sweat it out at this PWYC music and arts party with some of the best DJs spinning the hits among installations and visuals.
    • January 11
      One of the hottest ice skating parties is here as the Soul Kitchen collective spin some of the best soul, R&B and mixes to groove to.
      Harbourfront Centre
    • January 11
      The second Class of 2020 is on with a showcase of musicians from all over, including Prancer, Glass Cactus, BLANKS, For Keeps and Acapulco Gold.
    • January 11
      The fellas from CBC's sketch comedy show about modern life are taking the stage as part of the Next Stage Theatre Festival for the night.
      Factory Theatre
    • January 11-12
      Catch five films over two days totally free, each showing the creativity and depth of storytelling on the big screen by Japan’s celebrated filmmakers.
      Hot Docs Ted Rogeres Cinema
    Lead photo by

    Hector Vasquez

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez


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