It’s the first week of April and though it may not feel like it, don’t let that stop you from enjoying the city and all it has to offer. There are tons of things to do in Toronto from sports games to book tours, concerts and more!

We’re in for a pretty busy week and we’re not complaining.

Here are 12 of the best things to do in Toronto this week:

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Toronto Maple Leafs vs Florida Panthers

It’s hockey night at the Scotiabank Arena on Tuesday night as the Toronto Maple Leafs take on the Florida Panthers. Get your tickets and cheer on our home team!

When: April 1st, 2024
Where: Scotiabank Arena

Toronto Raptors Vs Los Angeles Lakers

Catch the Raps face-off against the LA Lakers on our home court this Tuesday.

When: April 2nd, 2024
Where: Scotiabank Arena

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Art Gallery of Ontario First Wednesday Night Free

If you frequent the Art Gallery of Ontario on Wednesday nights to take advantage of the free admission then you’re going to want to take note of the upcoming changes. The AGO is moving its popular Wednesday tradition of free admission between 6:00 PM and 9:00 PM to just once a month.

When: Starting April 3rd, 2024
Where: Art Gallery of Ontario, 317 Dundas St W

Sponsored Picks: Little Kickers

Looking for a fun and engaging way to introduce movement to your kids? Well, with the help of Little Kickers, your little ones can kick-start a lifetime of love for movement and sport with their pressure-free intro soccer programs. Find a class or register for the season by visiting their website.

Rupaul: The House Of Hidden Meanings Book Tour

Join the Queen of Drag as they embark on a book tour, stopping in Toronto on April 3rd. Tickets are available online

When: April 3rd, 2024. Doors open at 6 PM
Where: Danforth Music Hall

Bad Bunny

Everyone knows Bad Bunny! And if you’re hoping to catch him live in concert, there are still tickets left. Pricey but they’re still available!

When: Thursday, April 4th at 8:00 PM
Where: Scotiabank Arena, 40 Bay Street

Toronto Ukrainian Film Festival

“TUFF brings award-winning Ukrainian cinema to Canadian audiences. In our second year of programming, we are thrilled to build on last year’s success,” said Roman Lysiak via The royal Theatre.

“With our newly established relationships in the Ukrainian film industry, we can present a larger slate of award-winning features including an exciting collection of animated shorts, an Oscar-shortlisted documentary, and even a steamy historical drama.”

When: April 4th to 7th, 2024
Where: 608 College St.

TO Food and Drink Fest

TO Food and Drink Fest is returning to the city this spring and it is the largest festival of its kind in all of Canada.

The 19+ festival runs for three days straight and will bring back-to-back culinary experiences into one massive space.

That includes incredible food, drinks, demos, shopping, music, and so much more.

When: April 5th to 7th, 2024
Where: Metro Toronto Convention Centre

A Tribute to Coldplay 

Are you looking to turn up the romance of date night or for something fun and creative to do with friends? Candlelight Concerts are live music experiences with thousands of candles illuminating the venue creating a totally new listening experience.

On April 5th, enjoy some Coldplay tunes in this beautiful setting.

When: April 5th at 7:00 PM & 9:15 PM
Where: Metropolitan Community Church, 15 Simpson Ave
Cost: $34.50+ per ticket

Kane Brown

Country music fans are in luck! Kane Brown is ready to hit the stage at the Scotiabank Arena this week and if you don’t have tickets, not to worry because you can still find some on Ticketmaster.

When: Friday, April 5th at 7:00 PM
Where: Scotiabank Arena, 40 Bay Street

Les Misérables

There are still some tickets left to catch Les Miserables live at the Princess of Wales theatre. Don’t miss out!

When: Though the summer
Where: Princess of Wales theatre – 300 King St West

Have a fun week, Toronto!