Toronto Festivals Events

Nightlife entertainment guide for Toronto

Looking for a complete list of special events in Toronto? Look no further. Here is your nightlife entertainment guide for Toronto.

Tickets starting from 25.00

Sound Academy, 11 Polson Street, Toronto, Ontario (Downtown) Canada Toronto Ontario Canada | show on map

TD & CVR PRESENTS FIRE FETE 'THE CARIBBEAN FESTIVAL EASTER WEEKEND FRIDAY APRIL 3 2015 @ TORONTO PLAZA HOTEL SATURDAY APRIL 4TH -SOUND ACADEMY -11 POLSON STREET SUNDAY APRIL 5TH 2015 - CLASSIC LOUNGE -30 BEVERLY HILLS DRIVE -TORONTO   [more]

Tickets starting from 25.00
Tickets starting from 25.00
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Toronto Plaza Hotel, 1677 Wilson Ave, Toronto, Ontario Canada Toronto Ontario Canada | show on map

TD & CVR PRESENTS FIRE FETE 'THE CARIBBEAN FESTIVAL EASTER WEEKEND FRIDAY APRIL 3 2015 @ TORONTO PLAZA HOTEL SATURDAY APRIL 4TH -SOUND ACADEMY -11 POLSON STREET SUNDAY APRIL 5TH 2015 - CLASSIC LOUNGE -30 BEVERLY HILLS DRIVE -TORONTO   [more]

Tickets starting from 20.00
Tickets starting from 20.00
Tickets starting from 20.00

Classic Lounge, 30 Beverly Hills Drive, Toronto, Ontario Canada Toronto Ontario Canada | show on map

TD & CVR PRESENTS FIRE FETE 'THE CARIBBEAN FESTIVAL EASTER WEEKEND FRIDAY APRIL 3 2015 @ TORONTO PLAZA HOTEL SATURDAY APRIL 4TH -SOUND ACADEMY -11 POLSON STREET SUNDAY APRIL 5TH 2015 - CLASSIC LOUNGE -30 BEVERLY HILLS DRIVE -TORONTO   [more]

Tickets starting from 20.00
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Tickets starting from 40.00

Sound Academy, 11 Polson Street, Toronto, Ontario (Downtown) Canada Toronto Ontario Canada | show on map

FIRE FETE 'CARIBANA SUNDAY AUGUST 2 2014 (ENERGY IN THE CITY EDITION) SOUND ACADEMY 11 POLSON ST DOWNTOWN TORONTO Info: Contact - Richard Hope -1-416-670-1636 ALL Info @mmoneybag (Twitter) IG - greattorontoevents Facebook - Anthony Hope [more]

Tickets starting from 40.00
Tickets starting from 40.00

Berkeley Church, 315 Queen Street East, Toronto, Ontario (Toronto South and Central) Canada Toronto Ontario Canada | show on map

PITCHFORK PRESENTS Tink with Vince Staples Tink “A no-bullshit teenage feminist is Timbaland’s new protégé.” The FADER laid it out on the table when they put the rising Chicago-native, now Atlanta-based rapper Tink on their February/March 2015 cover, comparing her to Foxy Brown and Frank Ocean in the profile. They’re not the only [more]

Mod Club Theatre, 722 College Street, Toronto, Ontario Canada Toronto Ontario Canada | show on map

Betty Who w/ K.Flay Betty Who When you’re in need of that instant energy burst, Betty Who’s got you covered. The Australian born, New York City-based rising star packs in synth lines to get the dance floor moving and strives for songs equal parts nostalgic and contemporary – you know, the type that leave a generational-defining legacy [more]

Mod Club Theatre, 722 College Street, Toronto, Ontario Canada Toronto Ontario Canada | show on map

Ibeyi w/ Tasseomancy Ibeyi The French/Cuban 20-year-old twin sisters of Lisa-Kaindé and Naomi Diaz have both an obvious connection to each other’s musical capabilities and ties to music in their soul – or at least in their genes. Their late father, Anga Diaz, was a percussionist for Beuna Vista Social Club. It was his untimely passing [more]

The Danforth Music Hall, 147 Danforth Ave, Toronto, Ontario Canada Toronto Ontario Canada

Glass Animals w/ Son Lux Glass Animals Oxford’s Glass Animals could be your new favourite band. Working with British super producer Paul Epworth (Adele, Florence and the Machine, Friendly Fires, et al.), the four-piece unleashed their debut, ‘Zaba’, in 2014. It’s a release that pairs psychedelic pop to pulsing R&B [more]

Mod Club Theatre, 722 College Street, Toronto, Ontario Canada Toronto Ontario Canada | show on map

Angel Olsen w/ Ryley Walker Angel Olsen ‘Burn Your Fire For No Witness’ was Angel Olsen’s incredible sophomore release. The 2014 album marked her full-band debut and was a mesmerizing folk rock showcase on themes of solitude and belonging. NPR, The Quietus, and Pitchfork were fans, the latter describing her voice as: “the result of [more]