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20 things to do in Toronto for Family Day weekend 2020

Things to do in Toronto for Family Day weekend 2020 let you fill up on Mac and cheese, beer, brunch and tons of goodies at a new Asian food festival. The AutoShow is back with the world's most expensive car and Winter Stations kicks off along the beach.

  • Top Picks
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • 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
      This show comes hot off a massively successful year for the rapper who stayed at the top of the charts with several mega hits for most of it.
      Scotiabank Arena
    • 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 16
      Legendary DJ and producer Tiësto is still making hits and ready to bring his signature house and techno beats to get you moving and grooving.
    • February 17 - March 30
      This year's Winter Stations are going beyond the senses with larger-than-life interactive installations that include a huge mirror and rainbow noodle.
      Woodbine Beach
  • Events you might want to check out
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • February 14
      Free indoor skating, warm drinks, food truck eats, bonfires, a makers market and DJ beats are on at this last Winter Friday of the season.
      Evergreen Brick Works
    • February 14
      Passions are running high at this edition of ROM After Dark with a night of sexy Valentine's-inspired fun, performances, food and drink.
      Royal Ontario Museum
    • February 14-17
      There's lots going on over at Ontario Place this weekend with free programming that includes the Winter Light Exhibition, activities and bonfires.
      Ontario Place
    • February 14-16
      Back again is this film festival dedicated to young student filmmakers and their works that's free for everyone under 25 to check out.
      TIFF Bell Lightbox
    • 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
      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 16
      Over 50 local vendors are on hand for this edition of the the Leslieville Flea that maintains a special focus on vintage, salvaged and up-cycled goods.
      The Fermenting Cellar
  • Food & Drink
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
  • Ongoing events
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • January 30 - February 15
      It's the last weekend to check out 12 independent Canadian-lead productions with showcasing contemporary performance art.
      The Theatre Centre
    • February 11 - May 17
      The first weekend of Hamilton is in full force as the Broadway hit takes the stage to tell the story of the Alexander Hamilton with a modern twist.
      Ed Mirvish Theatre
    • February 12-17
      International, independent, politically incorrect and eye-opening features make up this film festival, plus talks, special programming and lots more.
      Imagine Cinemas Carlton
    • February 12-22
      Productions and shows of all kinds is on at this queer theatre festival that experiments with performance art theatre, dance and music.
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Hector Vasquez at Dagu Rice Noodle


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