5 things to do in Toronto today: Thursday, May 31

May 31 2018, 3:59 am

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

In case you can’t wait for the weekend to let off some steam, we’ve put together a list of the top events happening throughout the city today including a free concert, a sake festival, and more.

Kampai Toronto Festival of Sake

What: The 2018 Kampai Toronto Festival of Sake promises to showcase more than 150 sakes from 50+ sake breweries along with nibbles from top chefs and restaurants, music, crafts, and an outdoor market stretched along Gristmill Lane.

When: May 31
Time: 12:45 pm to 11 pm
Where: The Fermenting Cellar, 28 Distillery Lane
Price: Tickets start at $65 online

What Makes Us Human in a Digital World?

What: This intimate panel will feature a series of successful entrepreneurs, investors, and experts as they discuss the human skills that matter in the digital age — and why they matter even more today. Hosted by Flipd, this event will take place at WeWork on Richmond in the main floor event space. Beer, light snacks, and refreshments will be served.

When: May 31
Time: 6 pm to 8:30 pm
Where: 240 Richmond Street West, WeWork on Richmond (main floor)
Price: Free

Power Ball XX: Carousal

What: Power Ball XX: Carousal will see the Power Plant gallery transform into a big top fit for the annual major fundraiser’s big, birthday bash.

When: May 31
Time: 7 pm to 11 pm
Where: Power Plant, 231 Queens Quay West
Price: $175

FREE Death From Above Concert

What: Award-winning, Toronto rock duo Death From Above will be putting on a free concert in their home city this week as part of the Aurora Illumination Concert Series. Taking place at Toronto’s iconic Pheonix Concert Theatre, Death From Above, which features bassist Jesse F. Keeler and vocalist Sebastien Grainger, will be accompanied by Canadian bands Casper Skulls and Teenager.

When: May 31
Time: Doors open at 7:30 pm
Pheonix Concert Hall, 410 Sherbourne Street
Price: Free

Indigenous Fashion Week

What: For the first time ever, Toronto will be the place to see the most progressive and distinct Indigenous artists in fashion, craft, and textiles, as part of Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto (IFWTO). The four-day event will feature runway showcases, a curated exhibition, panels and lectures, hands-on workshops, and a marketplace.

When: May 31 to June 3
Time: Varies by day
Where: Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay West
Price: $25

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