5 things to do in Toronto today: Thursday, April 25

Apr 24 2019, 8:57 pm

Toronto, we’re one day closer to the weekend!

And hopefully, you’re in the mood to have some fun because we’ve rounded up some awesome events happening in the city today.

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Digifest 2019

This three-day digital festival brings together tech leaders and innovators in the world of media and gaming to Toronto for programming, activities, and discussions.

When: April 25 to 27
Time: Doors open at 8 am
Where: Corus Quay, 25 Dockside Drive
Price: Tickets range from $39 to $149 and are available online

Free Sushi Burritos at Rolltation

Rolltation, one of the city’s favourite spots for sushi burritos, is celebrating the grand opening of their fifth location in Toronto on April 25. As part of the grand opening of the new shop by Yonge and Dundas Square, the eatery will be giving away free sushi burritos between 11 am and 3 pm!

When: April 25
Time: 11 am to 3 pm
Where: 10 Dundas Street East
Price: Free

Free Spa Day at Elmwood Spa

Elmwood Spa is hosting Friends Day this afternoon, and visitors can enjoy free giveaways, snacks and refreshments, mini makeovers, raffles, music and much more.

When: April 25
Time: 4:30 to 6 pm
Where: Elmwood Spa, 18 Elm Street
Price: Free

The Empire Strips Back: A Star Wars Burlesque Parody

The Empire Strips Back” has launched a Death Star-sized North American tour, which includes an astral arrival in Canada for the first time. This adult-only take on Star Wars brings everything you know and love about the iconic franchise and strips its clothes off (and puts Yoda on the guitar).

When: April 25
Time: 8 pm
Where: Queen Elizabeth Theatre, 190 Princes’ Boulevard
Price: $75 – $247, available online

HotDocs

North America’s largest documentary festival returns to Toronto this month bringing an outstanding selection of over 200 films from Canada and around the world to Toronto audiences.

When: April 25 to May 5
Time: Various screenings each day
Where: Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema, 506 Bloor Street West
Price: Tickets vary by screening