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5 things to do in Toronto today

Friday is here and there's lots going on with things to do in Toronto witnessing artists going head-to-head at an art battle and Long Winter is back with a night of great music and art. Folk and roots music is set to fill up the city with Winterfolk and there's a screening of Judy.

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    • February 21
      Some of the city's most innovative DJs and artists are dropping by for this PWYC (suggested donation of $12) monthly dance party.
      Workman Arts
    • February 21
      Artists from all over the country are going head-to-head at this edition of Art Battle that's taking place alongside the Artist Project.
      Better Living Centre
    • February 21
      Lavender is taking the fun to the Gladstone for a night of good tunes and dancing at this party for queer women, non-binary folks and trans people.
    • 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 21-25
      The tragic tale of the final months of Hollywood star Judy Garland is captured by Renée Zellweger in her brilliant Oscar-winning performance.
      Paradise
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    Art Battle

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Art Battle


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