Ok, so you were super SUPER lucky and managed to snag your Taylor Swift tickets in Toronto. First of all, do you need a plus one? We are available.. any night, you name it. Second, if you need help planning your weekend in the city, we’ve got you. Even if we aren’t your plus one…

So, Taylor Swift will be gracing Toronto with her presence for a six-show concert series at the Rogers Centre, taking place from November 14-23, 2024.

This means, the official one year countdown is ON. So, are you ready for it?

First thing is first…



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You will need a place to stay… stay stay.

Rogers Centre is located in the heart of downtown Toronto, and luckily there are options near the venue. Situated inside the Rogers Centre, the Toronto Marriott City Centre Hotel couldn’t be closer to the action — the guest rooms overlook the stadium!

Toronto’s Bisha Hotel is steps from the Rogers Centre arena and it offers what could only be described as the true Toronto experience.

And finally, Le Germain Hotel Toronto Maple Leaf Square is ideal in terms of location. With its sleek and warm atmosphere, you’ll feel cozy as you rest your head after an unforgettable night at Taylor Swift’s concert, which is just around the corner.


One for the money, two for the show… need a drink? Away we go.

If you’re looking for a local spot with great cocktails near Rogers Centre, Melrose on Adelaide is a perfect starting point. And their happy hour doesn’t disappoint.

For perfect city views, and also near the venue, check out Bisha Hotel’s rooftop restaurant and bar Kost. Other hot spot rooftops include Hotel X’s Valerie, as well as Harriet’s at 1 Hotel.

Luckily, all those spots are also perfect for bites before a show.



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I know places we won’t be found…

Or places that are must-try restaurants while in the city.

Sunnys Chinese is in Toronto’s Kensington Market, which is walkable from the venue area as long as it is not -10 C. It has a delicious menu, and received a MICHELIN Bib Gourmand award.

If you like tacos, Campechano on Adelaide should be on your list. This hot spot also hot a MICHELIN Bib Gourmand, and their spicy margaritas are super tasty.

Sushi lovers can head to Minami, located in the heart of downtown on King Street West, and serves up some adventurous takes on Japanese cuisine.

Can’t forget Toronto’s favourite Thai food spot, and fave to the stars too, PAI.



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Keep the party going into brunch to shake it off.

Toronto’s got a couple of spots for those mimosa brunches downtown, and close to the venue. Oretta on King is one of them, and offers bottomless Mimosas. Another one close by is MARKED, which has an ‘all-inclusive’ brunch option.

For a more chill, pub vibe, Fox on John also has a bottomless mimosas option with different juices to try.


Because you can still make the whole place shimmer.

If friendship bracelets are key (clearly), you can pop into Michael’s on John Street for all your craft needs.

And if you want your shimmer to continue throughout the concert, and beyond, Honey at the Toronto Eaton Centre should be a stop for your weekend. Get pretty in pink, or get that glitter.

To get your nails done while having a drink or two, King Street is home to Majesty’s Pleasure to get you glammed up for the day/night/weekend.

That’s it for now, Swifties.

Enjoy your Taylor Swift getaway planning!