Weekend events in Toronto are the opening of the art exhibition of the year, a lot of shows and markets, and the TFC home opener, who starts the MLS season, but also promises the upcoming spring.
Events you may want to view:
Winter Brewfest (2-4 March @ Enercare Center)
There is nothing better than a good brew in the winter to warm you up, and this event will occur more than 150 of them, plus more than 40 breweries and food trucks.
Infinity Mirrors (March 3 – May 27 @ Art Gallery of Ontario)
It is finally here and it is finally opened. Test yourself how much self-examination and introspection you can press in 20 seconds and do not forget to take one for the Insta.
Vintage Clothing Show (3-4 March @ Queen Elizabeth Building at Exhibition Place)
Chanel, Dior, YSL, it & # 039; There are all for you to search while you discover long lost vintage treasures that you have won and # 039; t finds nowhere else.
Toronto FC Home Opener (3 March @ BMO Field)
Toronto’s own MLS champs are facing Columbus Crew again. Will they keep the title this year? Time will tell.
Tory Lanez (3 March @ CUBE)
Brampton resident Tory Lanez will be at CUBE this weekend for social Saturdays.
Storytelling Festival (2-25 March @ Various locations)
A celebration of the combined art of voice and story, this 10-day festival includes concerts, recollections and workshops from Canada and international storytellers.
In En Transition (2-31 March @ Connections Gallery)
Six artists from Quebec in Toronto and six artists from Ontario in Montreal come together to strengthen the sense of community between the two provinces and the subject of transition to explore in daily life.
International bicycle show (3-5 March @ Better Living Center)
Bicycles and bicycle accessories are in abundance on the International Bike Show all weekend.
Four Toronto (March 3-6 @ Nathan Phillips Square)
Now you have another reason to take a selfie for the Toronto board, because Nathan Phillips Square will host the 184th b-city from the city. day bash.
New Creations festival (3-10 March @ Roy Thomson Hall)
This is not the symphony of your grandmother & # 039;. Experience a contemporary view of the old genre with performances by Tanya Tagaq, Kronos Quartet, James Ehnes and more.
Water advice! (3-25 March @ Loop Gallery)
Indigenous and non-indigenous artists together for an exhibition that tries to investigate the connection between society and water.
International woman & # 039; s Day (3 March @ OISE)
International Women’s Day in Toronto meets to celebrate women around the world, starting with a demonstration at 11 o’clock in OISE and followed on the day of the woman from March at 13.00.
Metaverse 003 (3 March @ The Fermenting Cellar)
An entirely immersive art and music experience and an unofficial closing party for the Toronto Light Festival, this event will include a 30 foot long metal dragon shooting outside the whole night.
Idomeneus (3-24 March @ Young Center for the Performing Arts)
The Canadian premiere of Idomeneus tells the story of the titular character struggling with a melting pot of the soul.
Toy, Video Game and Vinyl Record Performance (4 March @ Toronto Plaza Hotel)
Remember Pogs!? And Barbies! Oh, and Hot Wheels! This is essentially nostalgia heaven.
When Sisters Speak (4th of March @ St. Lawrence Center for the Arts)
This spoken word concert is dedicated to shining a spotlight on black, female voices.
Moonlight (March 2 at Multifaith Center)
Because the celebrations of this year & # 039; we have at least forgotten winners who took home the main prize. Each time a current story, Moonlight explores the struggle between sexuality and identity.
The Long Goodbye (March 2 TIFF)
It’s LA in the winter and the character Marlowe is embroiled in a maze-like murder case. This film noir of 1970/93 by Robert Altman challenges and undermines the genre in which he works.
Irish Film Festival (2-4 March @ TIFF Bell Lightbox)
March brings a celebration of the Irish, including his filmmakers. Now, in the 8th year, this festival contains films from Toronto and beyond.
Oscars Viewing Party! (March 4 @ Gladstone Hotel)
There is no better way to see the Oscar drama in its full glory than on a viewing party. Who will receive the highest honor this year and who will be robbed? We have to wait.
The Sheepdogs (March 2nd @ Massey Hall & Roy Thomson Hall)
Saskatoon & # 039; s own rock and rollers The Sheepdogs are back in Toronto and perform with Sam Coffey & The Iron Lungs.
The King Romeo Santos (March 2nd @ Air Canada Center)
Bachata sensation Romeo Santos is in Toronto as part of his North American Golden Tour.
Kayper (3 March @ REBEL)
The refresher of the worldwide DJ-game, the hip-hop and house producer Kayper of the United Kingdom, runs all night at Rebel.
Stacey Kent (March 4th @ The Danforth Music Hall)
American jazz singer Stacey Kent stops in Toronto to play at the Danforth Music Hall.
Girl and boy (March 2 @ Clinton’s Tavern)
Everyone, rock your body, to all hits from the 90s and early 2000s.
Bachata X (3-4 March @ DanceLife X Center)
Sweat it out on dace floor to dance some hot salsa music with beginner’s sessions for the great end of the night.
Mood Music (March 3 @ Love Child Social House)
Good vibes only at Mood Music with r & b, groovy soul, old school and fans who rock the whole night long.
Lovebot Pop-Up (March 2-3 @ Collabo Toronto)
LOVEBOT The Robot will perform a pop-up event on Friday and Saturday, during which the first 15 people in queue will receive an exclusive event for free.
Antique and vintage market in Toronto (3-4 March @ Queen Elizabeth Building on exhibition site)
That Canadian goose-shaped bedside lamp with the extra large brush shade? It asks for you.
Truly truly free market (March 3 @ Campbell Park)
They say nothing is free in this world except on the real real free market. No money. No exchange. Everything is free as a bird.
Mini-market thrive (March 3 @ Thrive Organic Kitchen)
The first opening of the Thrive Mini Market takes place this weekend with typical burgers, fresh products and bulk goods from the brand.
Spring Flower Show (February 25 – April 17 @ Allan Gardens Park and Conservatory)
Spring came early in the small piece of heaven in the inner city, known as Allan Gardens. Free for everyone daily, there is no better way to celebrate the new season.