5 things to do in Toronto today: Tuesday, October 23

Oct 22 2018, 8:37 pm

It’s a brand new day, Toronto.

In case you’re looking for something fun to do today, we’ve rounded up the top events happening throughout the city this fine Tuesday, October 23. Check out Passenger in concert, Banged-up Comedy, and more!

Eat to the Beat

What: 60 talented female chefs come together to offers guests a culinary experience of a lifetime — all to raise money to help women facing breast cancer. This event is Eat to the Beat’s 23rd year, and they’re keeping it fresh with a new online auction site and five female chefs from five of Ontario’s culinary schools.

When: October 23
Time:  7 pm to 10 pm
Where: Roy Thomson Hall
Price: Admission varies

Passenger in Toronto

What: British singer-songwriter Passenger is coming to Toronto this evening for an all-ages-welcome show at The Pheonix Concert Theatre. Known for his distinct voice, Passenger will be performing alongside special guest Ken Yates.

When: October 23
Time: 7 pm
Where: The Phoenix Concert Theatre, 410 Sherbourne Street
Price: From $35 to $55

Banged-Up Comedy

What: If you’re looking to save some money but still enjoy a night out, Duffy’s Tavern will be hosting a pay what you can comedy show tonight. Hosted by Grace McClure and Olivia Collict, Banged-Up Comedy features five top comics, one wildcard spot, and one pro headliner.

When: October 23
Time: 8 pm to 10 pm
Where: Duffy’s Tavern, 1238 Bloor Street West
Price: Pay what you can

Red Bull Music Festival Toronto 2018

What: While summer is over, festival season continues as Red Bull brings its inaugural Music Festival to Toronto this month. This October, Red Bull Music Festival will take over several venues in Toronto for a week of shows throughout the city.

When: Now until October 25
Time: Varies by day
Where: Various venues
Price: Varies by the show

International Festival of Authors

What: The 39th edition of Toronto’s International Festival of Authors (IFOA) is a celebration of words and ideas, of writers and readers. The festival brings together the world’s best writers of contemporary literature for 11 days of readings, interviews, artist talks, roundtable discussions, public book signings and a number of special events.

When: Now until October 28
Time: Varies by day
Where: Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay West
Price: Varies by event

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