What: Torontonians are invited to come and experience a series of mouthwatering culinary events and indulge in creative cuisine from around the world at great prix fixe value. Try something new, try something exotic, try something traditional or better yet, try it all.
When: Now until February 9 Where: Events throughout the city
What: Alright you dancing queens, Abba Mania will be hitting up the Danforth Music Hall for a night you surely won’t forget. The concert is a Canadian produced rock musical which takes you back to the disco era of one of the best pop bands in history, ABBA.
When: February 2, 7 pm Where: The Danforth Music Hall, 147 Danforth Avenue
What: An unparalleled evening filled with entertainment, networking and socializing with proceeds going to support the Special Olympics Canada Foundation, Motion Ball is the must-attend event for young professionals this winter.
When: February 3, 9 pm
Where: Liberty Grand, Exhibition Place
What: For over 20 years, Harbourfront Centre has been hosting Kuumba, a Black History Month celebration, has sparked discourse and conversation around current and historical debates within the African-Canadian community.
When: February 3 to 11 Where: 235 Queens Quay West
What: Come and celebrate the birth and the music of the one and only Gord Downie. Toronto’s Adelaide Hall will be hosting an epic celebration and will feature music from The Hip with proceeds from ticket sales going to support the Gord Downie Fund for Brain Cancer Research and the Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Fund.
When: February 4, 8 pm Where: Adelaide Hall, 250 Adelaide Street West
What: TSO’s annual Chinese New Year celebration will be paying tribute to the year of the Rooster this February. Long Yu, artistic director of the China Philharmonic Orchestra and music director of the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra will be leading the show.
When: February 4, 730 pm Where: Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St
What: The Red Hot Chilli peppers are heading out for a huge world tour, making this their first road trip since 2014. This tour will be supporting their latest album “The Getaway” and it’s a show you won’t want to miss.
What: Whether you’re cheering for the Pats or the Falcons, come and watch the game with Dublin Calling and the Toronto Sport and Social Club. All attendees will have a chance to win awesome prizes from NFL Canada, a Coors Light beer fridge, NFL jerseys, Toronto Sport and Social Club rentals and credits and Dublin Calling bar tabs.
When: February 5, 5 pm Where: Dublin Calling, 250 Adelaide St
What: Put on your white flares and dust off that glitter ball because Saturday Night Fever is back. This new production transports you back to the glittering era of disco and features all of the classic Bee Gees hits.
When: February 7 to 12, Where: Prince of Whales Theatre, 300 King St
What: This marks the 17th annual Wavelength Music Festival, which features three whirlwind nights of amazing music, community vibes, and a live curated mixtape of the best NEW independent music coming out of Canada.
When: February 12 to 14 Where: The Garrison, 1197 Dundas Street West
What: This distinguished ensemble displays its brilliance, warmth, and expressive versatility in splendid works by Tchaikovsky and Stankovych — with the excellent Ukrainian violinist Dima Tkachenko as soloist.
When: February 10, 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm Where: Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe Street
What: The most prestigious ballet gala in the world, this performance is the first of its kind and a celebration of Classical Ballet Masterpieces. It will be performed by the world’s most accomplished artists from Paris Opera Ballet, Royal Ballet of London, The Bolshoi of Russia, The National Ballet of Canada, Rome Opera Ballet, American Ballet Theater, Royal Danish Ballet and San Francisco Ballet.
When: February 11, 7:30 pm to 10:15 pm Where: Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, 1 Front Street East
What: The delectable Dita Von Teese is in Toronto for her biggest tour yet. The Art of the Teese tour sees Dita performing some of her favorite – and never before seen – acts in a striptease spectacular that features costumes from some of the world’s most famous designers.
When: February 11, 7:30 Where: Queen Elizabeth Theatre, 10 Princes Boulevard
What: Those looking for love this Valentine’s Day, head over to The Office Pub for an evening of excitement. Pre-screened eligible singles will enjoy an evening of romance, new connections, and endless possibilities. The night will start with an icebreaker game, followed by Speed Dating and end with socializing over cocktails.
When: February 14, 730 pm Where: The Office Pub, 117 John St
What: Cabaret is based on writer Christopher Isherwood’s time in the bohemian clubs of Berlin in the early 1930s. With decadence and sexual exploration being the first orders of business, Cabaret tells the story of a daring femme fatale in training and her shy new roommate.
When: February 14 to 19 Where: Prince of Whales Theatre, 300 King St
What: America’s premier comedian Jerry Seinfeld will return to Toronto to perform his signature stand-up routine live at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts. Don’t miss your chance to see this comedy legend perform.
When: February 17 and 18 at 7 pm and 9:30 pm Where: Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
What: Toronto’s Winterfolk Blues & Roots Festival is an all-ages, mid-winter, weatherproof event, where you’ll find the best of urban, blues, rock, jazz, country, folk and roots music , emulating a multi-stage rural summer festival.
When: February 17 to 19 Where: Venues throughout the city
What: Canada’s longest-running new works festival returns for a 37th year. For two weeks, Buddies is transformed into a hotbed of experimentation, with artists exploring new possibilities in theatre, dance, music, and performance art.
When: February 18 to 28 Where: Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, 12 Alexander St
What: The Wedding Co. Market is a cozy winter marketplace for Toronto couples seeking to be inspired by local wedding industry members who are passionate about their craft and who take pride in offering exceptional service.
When: February 26 Where: Artscape Wychwood Barns, 601 Christie Street
What: The Canadian pop-punk quartet are back on the road in support of latest album Afraid Of Heights.
When: February 27th, 7 pm Where: Air Canada Centre, 40 Bay Street
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