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5 things to do in Toronto today

We're one day into the long weekend and things to do in Toronto today give you the chance to shake your booty at a disco dance party or slide and glide at the last DJ Skate Night of the season. You can pick up locally-made designer fashions on the cheap and Tim and Eric are here.

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    • February 15
      The final DJ Skate Night of the season is on with one last blowout party featuring DJs Tasha Rozez and Randee Savage playing all the best reggae.
      Harbourfront Centre
    • February 15
      The one and only king of Crunk is on deck tonight as Lil Jon spins all the best hip-hop, rap, Top 40 and hottest hits with support from Jed Harper.
    • February 15
      Comedy's weirdest duo are dropping by to perform their signature brand of surreal material as part of their Mandatory Attendance world tour.
    • February 15
      Shake off the winter blues at this disco dance party with Boston's J Paul Getto and friends playing the hottest electro, house and disco.
      211 Geary Ave
    • February 15-16
      Toronto designer Hayley Elsaesser is closing her Queen Street shop in an effort to move to an online-only sustainable model and having a big sale.
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