6 can't miss Toronto events of the week: March 2 to 8

Feb 28 2020, 10:11 am

From beer festivals to one of the world’s greatest music producers/DJs, it’s a great week to live in Toronto.

Find something to do this March 2 to 8.


What: Featuring local breweries and brews, menu favourites, spirits, wine, cocktails, live entertainment, and over 20 new beers to the annual line-up of over 100 beers on tap. Your tickets include five sampling tokens, and tokens after that are $2 each.

When: Wednesday, March 4
Time: 7 to 10 pm
Where: Craft Beer Market Toronto — 1 Adelaide Street East
Admission: $15, available online


What: The Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival (TOsketchfest) is Toronto’s longest-running comedy festival. Born in West Queen West, it was created to celebrate Toronto’s storied, and continued excellence in the theatrical tradition of sketch comedy. This annual event will feature 12 hilarious days of the best live, scripted comedy in North America and beyond.

When: March 4 to 15
Time: Where: Multiple venues
Admission: Available online

Steve Aoki

What: The man doesn’t rest. Steve Aoki is out and on tour (again) and he’s making sure to pay Toronto a visit. See the living DJ legend himself. Professor Aoki is in the house.

When: Thursday, March 5
Time: 7 pm
Where: Rebel — 11 Polson Street
Admission: $65.93, available online


What: It’s a great day for hay, if you’re going to see these boys live and in concert. From the hilarious show, LETTERKENNY is coming from their small town Ontario life to Toronto. Grab your electric lettuce and bust a gut.

When: Friday, March 6
Time: 6:30 pm
Where: Queen Elizabeth Theatre — 190 Princes’ Boulevard
Admission: Tickets start at $49.50, available online

Beach Bash in the 6ix

What: The 19+ Beach Bash in the 6ix is back on for a Friday of partying in the aquarium. Enjoy fully-loaded cash bars, food stations, music by DJ Shamz, and unforgettable views.

When: Friday, March 6
Time: 8 pm to 12 am
Where: Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada — 288 Bremner Boulevard
Admission: $32, available online

Toronto’s 186th Anniversary

What: Come and celebrate the past, present and future of your favourite city, as Toronto turns 186 years old this March!

When: March 7 and 8
Time: 10 am to 9 pm
Nathan Phillips Square
Price: Free to attend