February is almost here and of course there are a ton of things to do in Toronto for this festive month. Whether you’re into the romantic season or it’s just another month for you, the options are endless and it’s never a dull moment in Toronto.

From workshops to sporting events, foodie experiences, and concerts – Toronto is going hard this February with all the things to do.

Now, let’s jump right into it and explore this list of the best things to do in Toronto this January.

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The Book of Mormon 

Calling all theatre fans! If you’re looking to escape the cold and see a show then you’ll want to check out The Book of Mormon – coming to Princess of Wales Theatre in Toronto. The best part? You can grab tickets for just $25!

When: Starting January 24th, 2024 until February 11th, 2024
Where: Princess of Wales Theatre, 300 King St W
Cost: $25+


Over 200 restaurants are in for this year’s event and you can even enjoy a three-course prix fixe menu for as low as $20. Lunch, dinner, take your pick! Prices vary depending on the restaurant.

When: January 26th to February 8th, 2024
Where: Participating restaurants in Toronto

Sponsored Pick: Brampton on Stage in February

According to the groundhog, winter is here to stay, so why not stay cozy while enjoying a live show at a local theatre. From Abba sing-alongs featuring all your fav tracks to comedy skits and acrobatics, Brampton On Stage’s February lineup will have you entertained and (warm) all month long.

When: Click here for the full event lineup
Where: Brampton, ON
Cost: Click here for tickets


KUUMBA is Toronto’s largest and longest-running Black Futures Month festival, embracing the rich tapestry of culture, diversity and creativity through a month-long celebration of Black cultural programming. There are many events, workshops and performances to choose from – take a look at the exciting lineup here.

When: February 1st – 29th, 2024
Where: Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay W
Cost: Free & varies

drew house at the NHL Fan Fair

Meet Theodore, the drew house teddy bear, in person at the NHL Fan Fair and snag a pic. You must have tickets for the fan event and they can be purchased here!

When: February 1st to February 4th, 2024
Where: Metro Toronto Convention Center, South Building

Skates & Sounds at College Park

Downtown Yonge BIA is hosting a free weekly skate party at College Park throughout the month of February called Skates and Sounds. It looks like your Friday nights are about to get icy.

Every Friday night, Toronto’s Barbara Ann Scott Ice Trail at College Park will come alive with incredible DJs, fire pits, and fun entertainment for the whole family for four nights this February.

When: February 2nd, 9th, 16th & 23rd 2024, 5 PM to 8 PM
Where: Barbara Ann Scott Ice Trail, 420 Yonge Street

Sports Illustrated All-Star Experience with Diplo presents Thomas Wesley 

All-Star Weekend is bringing more than just hockey to the city of Toronto! The 2024 NHL All-Star Weekend will feature a range of festivities including a performance from Diplo presents Thomas Wesley!

When: February 2nd, 2024 at 9 PM
Where: Liberty Grand, 25 British Columbia Rd
Cost: $90+ per ticket

Lunar New Year Market

It’s the Year of the Dragon and one of Toronto’s most beloved pop-up markets is celebrating the Lunar New Year with a three-day event. The Lunar New Year market kicks off next month with over 35 vendors.

The Welcome Market and Auntie’s Supply have teamed up to bring the exciting pop-up once again following the success of its past events.

When: February 2nd to 4th, 2024
Where: 938 Queen St W

Toronto Leafs Outdoor Practice Weekend

Every year Leafs fans from far and wide bundle up and gather at Nathan Phillips Square for the Maple Leafs’ Outdoor Practice. The annual event is taking place again next month, with a few new festivities added to the itinerary. Here’s everything you need to know.

When: February 8th at 12 PM (Leafs Outdoor Practice) & February 8th – February 10th (weekend festivities)
Where: Nathan Phillips Square, 100 Queen St W
Cost: Free admission 

Sweet City Fest

Toronto’s stackt market is bringing back the city’s sweetest festival next month, full of eats, drinks, and fun-filled activities. The Sweet City Fest returns and here’s what to know about this exciting experience.

For 10 straight days, from February 9th to 19th, the stackt market will host the sweet festival with over 100 vendors.

When: February 9th to 19th, 2024
Where: stackt market

Roundhouse Craft Beer Fest

You don’t need to hit the slopes to enjoy an après-ski party. The Roundhouse Craft Beer Fest, Toronto’s biggest après ski party returns next month and tickets are now on sale.

Grab your flannel and retro ski gear for a day-long party on February 10th at the Roundhouse Park. Snow or no snow, expect the best après ski festivities.

Enjoy samples from breweries, wineries, distilleries, and non-alcoholic vendors from across Ontario

When: February 10th, 11 AM (early entry), 12 PM to 6 PM
Where: Roundhouse Park – 255 Bremner Blvd

V-Day Floral Workshop

Create a work of art at this V-Day Floral Workshop at stackt market. The Love Blooms workshop allows guests to create a one-of-a-kind floral masterpiece throughout a two hour session. And no experience is needed.

Early bird tickets are available until February 7th for $79 per couple. Tickets jump up in price to $119 there after.

When: February 14th, 2024
Where: stackt market
Cost: Starting at $79

Charcuterie Board Workshop

Sip on wine and put together a stunning charcuterie board like you’ve never done before. With this class, you’ll learn how to style a charcuterie board and enjoy the placement of all the delicious meats, cheeses, and fruits.

And to make it even more unique, you’ll have the chance to de-bark, sand, and oil your Ontario black walnut charcuterie board.

It’s important to note that couples will only get one board.

When: February 15th, 2024 from 7 PM to 9 PM
Where: stackt market
Cost: Single is $180 and couple is $300


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The Bentway skating

According to the skating trail, its winter programming begins on December 16, and this year, skaters are invited back to cruise the 220m figure-eight skate trail under the Gardiner Expressway. New will be the soaring art installation above the trail, which they say is and “inspired by the glowing hues of the northern lights.”

When: Every day from 12 PM to 9 PM – Until Feb 19th, 2024
250 Fort York, under the Gardiner

Winter Stations 2024

Toronto’s Winter Stations returns this February with new and exciting installations. The international design and art competition will bring several structures to life.

Since starting back in 2014, Winter Stations has reimagined lifeguard stations in Toronto’s beaches with art and designs on an international scale.

This year, the single-stage international design competition will have seven installations across Kew and Woodbine beaches.

When: Starting February 19th, 2024
Kew and Woodbine Beach

Enjoy a concert

Whether you’re into heavy metal sounds, Latin rhythms or hip-hop beats, there’s a little bit of everything to enjoy in Toronto this month.

Burna Boy, deadmau5, Shawn Desman, and many more will hit the stage in Toronto this month.

When: February 2024
Where: Several venues across Toronto

Hangar Skate

DJ Skate Nights are back at Toronto’s Downsview Airport as part of the ‘Hangar Skate’ series. Expect some of the best tunes, delicious eats, and free skating, every Friday night.

Local community radio station VIBE 105 will be spinning the tunes all night long as you skate or learn to skate courtesy of Peak Performance.

When: Every Friday until March 17th, 2024 from 6 PM to 9 PM
Where: 34 Hanover Rd, Toronto