Get Your Art Here
It starts with the all night art party that is Nuit Blanche on September 29 to 30, 2018. Stay up, wander around and fuel your creative spirit. Or find the latest in modern art to purchase as Art Toronto brings top galleries and dealers in from all over the world to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre October 26 to 29.
Major League Sports
All eyes are on centre court at the Scotiabank Arena (formerly Air Canada Centre) as Canada’s favourite NBA team starts its season. And the puck drops on the first Leafs game against the arch rival Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday, October 3.
Readings are just part of the attraction as the International Festival of Authors unfolds lakeside at Harbourfront Centre. Interviews, roundtables, signings and the PEN Canada benefit are all part of this 11-day celebration of the written word. Don’t forget to take in the 1-day book fair, Word On the Street on September 23.
Craft Brew Season
Although technically Toronto Oktoberfest starts in September, who wants to get technical when it comes to celebrating beer? Not us. Don your dirndl and start practising your polka for September 27 to 29. If you miss Oktoberfest, no need to cry over spilt pilsner, check out this Ultimate Toronto Beer Crawl for year-round options.
Agricultural Fair and Chocolate Festival
The largest combined indoor agricultural fair and international equestrian competition in the world takes over Exhibition Place when The Royal comes to town November 2 to 11, 2018. Food is at the heart of the fair, as top chefs create and compete and you learn about the journey from farm to table. For a foodie haven of a different sort, The Toronto Chocolate Festival is a November-long ode to the dark, creamy arts with an assortment of events on offer across the city. Toronto is like a box of chocolates in November.