5 things to do in Toronto today: Monday, November 18

Nov 17 2019, 8:28 pm


New week, new opportunities, new events!

Make the most of Monday in Toronto at one of the awesome things going down in the city today, November 18.

ScHoolboy Q: CrasH Tour

What: Get some trap fusion, with the drip drop tonight at Rebel with ScHoolboy Q. One of the hottest rappers in the game right now, it’s a show of ridiculous flow, not to be missed.

When: Monday, November 18
Time: 7 pm
Where: Rebel, 11 Polson Street
Admission: Tickets start at $49.50, available online

Legends of Karaoke at Sneaky Dee’s

What: Are you ready to belt out your favourite songs in front of a crowd full of strangers? We hope so, because if you head to Sneaky Dee’s tonight you can swing for the fences and sing the greatest hits this iconic Toronto bar has on offer.

When: Monday, November 18
Time: 10 pm
Where: Sneaky Dee’s, 431 College Street W
Admission: Free

ALTdot Comedy Lounge

What: ALTdot features regular drop-in guests from around the world, character pieces, and fantastic stand-up all showcased in a comfortable cabaret atmosphere, making it a must-see comedy experience.

When: Monday, November 18
Time: 9 pm to 11 pm
Where: The Rivoli Backroom, 334 Queen Street W
Tickets: $15 at the door, $10 online

Ensiferum, Kalmah, Abigail Williams, and Aenimus

What: Ensiferum has embarked on their Path To Victory North American headlining tour, featuring Kalmah, Abigail Williams, and Aenimus as support. Rock out with the Finnish band tonight in a show as awesome as it is heavy.

When: Monday, November 18
Time: 6:30 pm
Where: The Opera House, 735 Queen Street E
Admission: $31.50, available online

Investing for Millennials

What: Learn the basics of investing and how to get started, even with $100. Taught by Teri Courchene, a former economist and director of research at one of Canada’s big banks. With an academic background in economics and education, Courchene teaches financial literacy at the University of Toronto.

When: Monday, November 18
Time: 7 pm
Where: Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge Street
Admission: Free, register online