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Make sure you put the iLiveSoulfest on your list as one of your must-do music festivals this year. Brought to you by iLive Radio, music lovers enjoy two full days of soul music at Revival Bar, which will feature greats such as Toronto's Queen of R&B, Shi Wisdom, Omar, California songstress Sulpacio Jones, Carl McIntosh and Loose Ends, and Zo! featuring Carmen Rodgers.
DJs spinning include Underground Vibe, ODJ and Paul E Lopes, as well as one secret surprise guest DJ. StokeS from iLive Radio and The Legend Master T from Much Music will be hosting this legendary celebration of soul music. Weekend passes and VIP packages are limited so book now! Call 416-702-6653 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have a passion for Latin dance, check out this two-day Port Credit event at Wild Wing Restaurant this September 2nd and 3rd. Learn how to dance the Salsa, Merengue or Bachata, enjoy $5 drink specials, smoky ribs, spicy wings, and listen to top Latin hits all night long.
Stop by one of the top outdoor concerts in Guelph this year and listen to some of the best DJ performances and upcoming rappers from the Greater Toronto Area. Held on the side of a cliff and just $5 for entry, visitors can sit back and enjoy some top music in Guelph this September 15th and 16th.
Attend one of Toronto's largest frosh parties at the Orchid Nightclub this September 3rd. With thousands of excited students, top local DJs, professional photography, videography, black cannon lights and UV lights, this is an event not to miss! The city's top DJs will be spinning Hip Hop, Top 40 hits, House, Mash-Ups and Dancehall beats all night long and there will also be complimentary glow giveaways. The ticket fee starts at $10. Call 647-283-0539 for more information.
Canada's Wonderland is holding a super spooky Halloween party and event this October, 2017. On October 6th to October 29th from 7 p.m. to midnight, visitors will have to escape the ghoulish hands of 700 prowling monsters. Also included are 20 haunted attractions, freaky mazes, a 'CarnEvil' with maniacal clowns, a devilish dance hall, and hair-raising rides. You'll also see fire-breathers and acrobatics. This event is for those ages 13 and older. No costumes or face makeup allowed. This event is also held on Halloween, October 31st.
The 13th annual Cask Days Cask-Conditioned Beer Festival is coming back to Evergreen Brick Works for three fun-filled days in October. Offering over 400 refreshing beers and ciders, this beer fest event celebrates the passion for cask ale served directly from a cask barrel. This is the most exciting beer fest Toronto celebrates, so come all you beer lovers and join in the fun!
Katy Perry will blow away both tourists and locals with her amazing voice this October 31st and November 1st when the Air Canada Centre welcomes Katy Perry's Witness: The Tour. When it comes to Toronto concerts, this is a big one! Performing her new singles such as "Bon Appetit" featuring Migos and "Chained to the Rhythm" featuring Skip Marley, this is an event that all Katy Perry fans must attend!
From July 5th to October 1st, every Wednesday to Sunday, the Church Wellesley Village is holding a free concert at Barbara Hall Park. Visitors can stop by on their lunch break or after work to listen to local artists perform at Music in the Park. Grab your friends, a blanket, some snacks and relax!
Looking for things to do in Toronto this July? Don't miss out on the Honda Indy! Originally known as the Molson Indy Toronto, this is an annual Formula One Indycar series race that attracts thousands of people every year. Don't miss out on all of the action!
When it comes to Toronto tennis, the Rogers Cup is a must-do event! Presented by National Bank and organized by Tennis Canada, the Rogers Cup is an annual professional tennis tournament that showcases some of the best tennis players in the world.
If you have a passion for art, make sure you attend the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition this year. This free event showcases over 320 contemporary visual artists, from mixed media and jewellery to photography and masterpiece paintings. This event attracts over 100,000 art enthusiasts every year. See Toronto art in its finest form!
One of the most popular things to do in Toronto is to pay a visit to the Toronto Zoo, one of the largest zoos in the world featuring more than 5,000 animals from 500+ species. Book your stay at Deluxe Inn Toronto today to be close to this Toronto highlight and other attractions around Etobicoke today!
The Royal Ontario Museum, also known as the ROM, is a top destination for all-things science with fantastic exhibits and cool interactive displays that unlock the world’s most interesting secrets! The museum is currently displaying a huge Blue whale skeleton from the shores of Newfoundland, alongside an educational display on the ocean’s largest inhabitant.
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If you’re creating a master list of fun things to do around Etobicoke, you’ll definitely want to add Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada for a fascinating peek at the underwater world with huge aquatic exhibits from every corner of the ocean, an inspiring discovery centre and much more. For more information on Ripley’s Aquarium in Toronto, or other ideas on what to do in Toronto, just ask our friendly front desk staff here at Deluxe Inn Toronto!
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