Events - Toronto

Events in Toronto

Find the top events in Toronto including free family events, concerts, festivals, live theatre, sports and more!

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Gimeno, Yuja Wang & Brahms
08 Apr

Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St Toronto

April 8, 2020 To April 11, 2020


$45 to $158

The TSO’s incoming Music Director, Gustavo Gimeno, makes his second and final appearance of the season in these all-Brahms concerts, featuring the expressive Second Symphony. Read more…

09 Apr

Center for Social Innovation,192 Spadina Ave, Toronto

April 9, 2020



Louii B is commemorating Toronto’s blockchain week by hosting “Just a Crypto Party” Showcasing Toronto’s best and brightest tech stars. Read more…

09 Apr

Meridian Hall, 1 Front St. E., Toronto

April 9, 2020

$60-$90 +charges

In case you were wondering, Jesse Cook’s career has “exploded in recent years”. With 10 platinum and gold studio albums, five concert DVD’s and live discs, five… Read more…

10 Apr

The International Centre, 6900 Airport Rd, Mississauga

April 10, 2020 To April 12, 2020


$8 - $18

Join us for one huge weekend celebrating pets! With free parking, entertainment, hundreds of pet vendors, and interactive activities for you and your pet! More pets in… Read more…

10 Apr

Annex Theatre, 730 Bathurst St, Toronto

April 10, 2020 To May 2, 2020


A magical, musical experience for the whole family! Laugh-out-loud comedy, audience sing-alongs and participation, chases, balloons and more! ​ Modern twists to fairy tale classics! Come join… Read more…

10 Apr

Meridian Hall, 1 Front St. E., Toronto

April 10, 2020

$45.89 - $312.56 +charges

The eighth annual JFL42 Festival, presented by SiriusXM, is bringing the funny back to Toronto this fall, running from September 19-29. Read more…

15 Apr

Flato Markham Theatre, 171 Town Centre Blvd, Markham

April 15, 2020



Members of the legendary Canadian rock band April Wine have been road warriors since the early 70s. Read more…