5 things to do in Toronto today: Thursday, November 7

Nov 6 2019, 6:30 pm

The weekend is so close we can almost taste it. Don’t wait to have fun though, there’s plenty to do in Toronto today, Thursday, November 7.

Rock Band Night

What: Come powerslide into Rock Band stardom. Move the jam sesh out of your living room and into an IRL venue. There’s a massive setlist to choose from and it’s open to all levels of skill. Come shred a pattern of colours and find out if it will be you and your friends reigning victorious.

When: Thursday, November 7
Time: 8 pm to 12 am
Where: Power Up Bar, 38 Wellington Street East
Admission: Free

Alestorm Canadian Tour

What: Here’s a bunch of words you don’t see strung together very often: Scottish, pirate-themed, heavy metal. See Alestorm, the drinkinest, piratist, most energetic band ever to sail across the Atlantic.

When: Thursday, November 7
Time: 7 pm
Where: The Opera House, 735 Queen St. E
Admission: $32.50 to $42.50, available online

City MOGULS Runway Show

What: This Runway Show highlights the accomplishments of the city’s most innovative entrepreneurs and their commitment to notable causes. Through the fusion of fashion and philanthropy, the show culminates in a night of entertainment. The annual event attracts young professionals from all different industries including fashion, media, finance, marketing, art, business, health, beauty, journalism, and more.

When: Thursday, November 7
Time: 7 pm
Where: Toronto Event Centre, 15 Saskatchewan Road
Admission: Tickets start at $71.78, available online

Drunken TV: Saved By The Bell

What: The team that brought you Drunken Cinema, is now bringing the city Drunken TV. It’s an interactive TV viewing party game mini-series based off everyone’s favourite 90s cult TV shows. This week’s event follows the life and hard times of Zack Morris in the coming of age drama Saved By The Bell.

When: Thursday, November 7
Time: 7 pm
Where: Gladstone Melody Bar, 1214 Queen Street W
Admission: Free

Hot Docs Podcast Festival

What: The biggest names in audio storytelling are coming to Hot Docs this fall. Canada’s premier podcast festival returns with six days of live shows, plus a Creators Forum for industry pros and emerging audio makers.

When: Now until November 11
Where: Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema, 506 Bloor Street West
Admission: Festival passes start at $164, available online