Top 6 in the 6ix: Can't miss Toronto events, December 3 to 9

Nov 30 2018, 9:22 pm

With so many awesome Toronto events happening this week, how on earth will you choose?

Luckily, we’ve narrowed it down for you and selected the top events happening in the city over the next seven days.

Aurora Winter Festival

What: For the first time ever, Aurora Winter Festival will transform Toronto’s Ontario Place into a hidden village with enchanting elements inspired by the North Pole including magical characters, captivating light displays, endless fun, games and activities.

When: Now until December 30
Time: 4 pm to 10 pm
Where: Ontario Place, East Island
Price: $19.99 for general admission

Hoppy Holidays

What: Celebrate the annual Hoppy Holidays Beer Experience at Berkeley Church. Craft beers and other holiday bevvies will be served. And if you wear an ugly Christmas sweater, you could win a prize!

When: December 4
Time: 6 pm to 10 pm
Where: Berkeley Church – 315 Queen Street East
Price: $20

AGO First Thursdays: A Soul Revolution

What: In this unique program takeover, expect to see the AGO as you’ve never seen it before, with dance and art fusing together. A SOUL Revolution features the work of four Black Toronto artists – Ashley McKenzie Barnes, Kofi Frempong, Melissa Falconer and Reynold Thomas – who draw deep inspiration from the works of critically acclaimed artist Mickalene Thomas.

When: December 6
Time: 7 pm to 11:30 pm
Where: AGO, 317 Dundas Street West
Price: $23

Black Lab Brewery: Beer, Dogs and Trivia

What: Dogs and beer? Talk about man’s best friend. Rover, a pet-sitting and walking service, will be hosting human and dogs alike at Black Lab Brewing on December 6. At the pup-friendly event you’ll be able to test your random knowledge at trivia, and you’ll find a special edition food pop-up and prizes!

When: December 6
Time: 7:30 pm to 9 pm
Where: Black Lab Brewery, 818 Eastern Avenue
Price: Free

Home Alone in Concert

What: Enjoy the cult classic Christmas film Home Alone at the iconic Roy Thompson Hall and to the sounds of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, who will perform the film’s memorable soundtrack.

When: December 6 to 8
Time: 2 pm show on December 8, all other shows start at 7:30 pm
Where: Roy Thompson Hall, 60 Simcoe Street
Price: From $98

Slava’s Snowshow

What: Slava’s Snowshow follows a scruffy, disarming troupe of clowns that will take audiences on a spellbinding adventure, unleashing full-throttle madness amidst enchanting, contemplative moments, before roaring to its legendary finish.

When: December 7 to 16
Time: Performances from 2 pm to 8 pm
Where: Bluma Appel Theatre, St Lawrence Centre for the Arts, 27 Front Street East
Price: Tickets from $59, available on Ticketmaster

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