Warm weather or not, Hockey season has come early to Toronto with the World Cup. And what could make hockey even more Canadian? Beer!
Distillery District, September 16-25
Even if you could afford the the ticket price to see fan favorites like Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin and Steve Stamkos compete for world supremacy on the ice, make sure you take some time to visit the festival village. See big name acts like Lenny Kravitz or try out your slap shot. Each game will be broadcast live making the Distillery the next best thing to the ACC.
Various locations, September 20-29
Leading up to the October 6th red carpet induction ceremony, Canada’s Walk of Fame will be bringing live music, authors, sports stars and more to various locations across Toronto. Free concerts will be taking over Yonge Dundas Square over the weekend of the 23rd-25th.
Ryerson Mattamy Centre, September 24-25
If you have an interest in studying, working, volunteering or living abroad then this is the Expo for you. Easy access to panels, speakers and all information needed to make this leap into adventure. Register for free.
Multiple Venues, September 18-24
The city continues to celebrate all things beer this week. Food pairings, special cask previews, tap takeovers and brewery tours are just a few of the many events planned. Highlights include The Brewmasters Dinner at Mill Street, Meet the Makers at Steam Whistle, Ladies’ Pint Out, The Golden Tap Awards and The Great Lakes Pig Roast.
Various locations, September 22-October 1
Some of the greatest acts in comedy will headline this two week Just For Laughs event. See stars like Trevor Noah, Jim Gaffigan, Jim Jefferies, Roseanne Barr and many more as they take to the stage throughout the city. Tickets are still available for many of the shows.
Harbourfront Centre, September 25
Toronto literary fans should converge on the waterfront for this festival featuring authors, family activities as well as the opportunity to purchase new reads in a massive marketplace. Admission is free.