It was quite a rainy week we had in Toronto but let’s keep our fingers crossed for some sun this week. Nonetheless, there’s tons of things to do in Toronto regardless of the weather. And if you’re up for it, it’s time to hit the streets.

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

Here are 10 of the best things to do in Toronto this week:

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Toronto Blue Jays vs. New York Yankees

The Toronto Blue Jays face off against the New York Yankees on April 15th, 16th and 17th right at home. Show your Canadian pride and cheer on our beloved Jays.

When: April 15th to 17th, 2024
Where: Rogers Centre
Cost: Starting at $25+

ROM’s Third Tuesday

ROM’s much-loved Third Tuesday Nights Free is back! The Museum will be free—for everyone—on the third Tuesday Night of each month starting at 4:30 pm. Your entry includes free access to all galleries, plus special exhibition: Death: Life’s Greatest Mystery and Wildlife Photographer of the Year.

When: April 16th, 2024
Where:  ROM, 100 Queen’s Park
Cost: Free

Sponsored Post: CAMP Cube at CF Eaton Centre

The infamous CAMP Cube has landed! It’s the mystery, funhouse, gameshow phenomenon that took over CF Sherway Gardens in December, and now it’s at CF Eaton Centre! There will be laughs. There will be prizes. There will be fun for the whole family – and it’s also completely FREE! The CAMP Cube will only be here until Sunday, May 5th, so make sure to stop by the mystery box and see what all the fuss is about!

When: Available at select times until Sunday, May 5th, 2024.
Where: CF Toronto Eaton’s Centre
Cost: Free to experience

TriviÀ La Carte: Yada yada yada Seinfeld

Put your Seinfeld knowledge to the test! “Whether you’re a die-hard fan who can recite every episode verbatim or just love a good laugh, this event is for you,” shares organizers.

Grab your dinner and drinks and get ready for an evening of fun. First question kicks off at 6:45 PM and the top three teams to win will get Chefs Hall gift cards and exclusive themed prizes.

When: April 16th, 2024 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Where: Chefs Hall – 111 Richmond St West
Cost: $10 + tax

Sponsored Pick: Wahi

Searching for a new home with your partner can be exciting! It can also be… a few other things. Luckily for all of us, Wahi has a brand new app for couples that makes house-hunting a breeze! Download the app and add your partner as a co-buyer. Then you can both browse MLS listings, match up on favourite homes, connect with a local Wahi realtor, and schedule viewings – all in the same app. Download Wahi on the app store – it might just help you find your dream home!

Favourite Anime Themes

Candlelight Concerts are live music experiences with thousands of candles illuminating the venue creating a totally new listening experience. In Toronto, there are many shows to choose from including renditions of Coldplay, Adele, Taylor Swift and Queen.

When: April 16th at 6:30 PM & 8:45 PM
Where: Paradise Theatre, 1006c Bloor St W
Cost: $33+ per ticket

Noah Kahan

One of the most popular singers around is heading back to the city for a couple more shows! Noah Kahan’s last Toronto show will be at the Scotiabank Arena on April 16th. While tickets are sold out on Ticketmaster there are some resale options available.

When: April 16th at 8 PM
Where: Scotiabank Arena
Cost: $181+

Nicki Minaj concert

Barbz, listen up! Nicki Minaj is coming to Toronto this April and tickets are STILL on sale.

When: Thursday, April 18th & Tuesday, April 30th at 8:00 PM
Where: Scotiabank Arena, 40 Bay Street
Cost: $125+

90’s/00’s R&B N Hip hop Paint Party

Paint, drink and dance to the best sounds by stackt market’s DJ. And no worries, even if you’re not a great painter, you can still partake in the fun.

When: April 19th, 2024 from 6:30 PM to 9 PM
Where: STACKT market – 28 Bathurst St
Cost: $60+ tax

Lumière: The Art of Light

Lumière: The Art of Light will temporarily transform Trillium Park at Ontario Place into a free light exhibition allowing visitors to explore the park and experience light installations developed by local artists. Lumière begins March 12th and will run until April 20th.

When: Until April 20th, 2024
Where: Trillium Park at Ontario Place, 955 Lake Shore Blvd W
Cost: Free

Have a great week!!