And just like that, April has come and gone! That only means we’re getting closer to summer. And if you’ve ever experienced a summer in Toronto, then you know what all the excitement is about. For now, we’ll continue to enjoy this spring season by exploring all the things to do in Toronto from sports games to markets, concerts and more!

We’re in for a pretty busy week and we’re loving it.

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

Toronto Blue Jays vs. Kansas City Royals

It’s Jays season and that means we’re cheering on our boys in blue all season long at the Rogers Centre. Get your tickets ASAP!

When: April 29th, 2024 at 7:07 PM
Where: Rogers Centre
Cost: $20 for an Outfield District Ticket / Seats $23+

A Tribute to Taylor Swift 

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.

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

Sponsored Picks: Fashion Art Toronto

The city’s most fashionable event Fashion Art Toronto’s 1664 Fashion Week is coming to town, and there’s still time to get your tickets! Fashion Art Toronto will be taking over Black Creek Assembly with a sensory showcase of Canadian fashion. Watch the runway for edgy streetwear, elegant gowns, genderless style, and sustainable collections. There will also be ‘shop local’ pop-ups, art installations, photo ops, and bevvies from 1664.  Get your tickets to attend before they sell out!

When: Thursday, May 2nd to Sunday, May 5th
Where: Black Creek Assembly, 131 McCormack St. Toronto
Cost: Tickets start at $45

girl in red in concert

Need some last minute tickets? You can still get some girl in red tickets via Ticketmaster for as low as $71.

When: Tuesday, April 30th at 7:00 PM
Where: History, 1663 Queen St E
Cost: $71+

Toronto Maple Leafs tailgates

Maple Leaf Square is holding free tailgate parties during Leafs playoff games so be sure to register for the tailgate on April 30th.

You can register on the Maple Leafs app at 1:00 PM the day prior to secure your spot.

When: April 30th, 2024
Where: Maple Leaf Square, 15 York St
Cost: Free

The Bookworm’s Market

Like a Scholastic Book Fair, but for adults! Shop books, cozy goods, and stationery at this one-of-a-kind market.

There will be vendors, food and drinks, music, poetry, an art battle, workshops, a costume contest and more.

When: May 3rd, 2024 from 7 PM – 11 PM & May 4th, 2024 from 11 AM – 5 PM
Where: Society Clubhouse, 967 College St
Cost: Free

Stars on Ice

You can witness some of the biggest stars in ice skating at the Stars on Ice tour, coming to Toronto on May 3rd.

When: May 3rd at 7:30 PM
Where: Scotiabank Arena, 40 Bay St
Cost: $50+ per ticket

Formula 1 Exhibition Toronto

Guests can expect iconic F1 race cars from different eras, racing simulators and never-seen-before artifacts spanning six specially designed rooms in an over 20,000 sq. ft space.

When: May 3rd, 2024 – early summer
Where: Lighthouse ArtSpace, 1 Yonge St
Cost: $42+

Gwen Stefani

Join in on the Celebrations at the Great Canadian Resort Toronto with a live performance by Gwen Stefani.

When: May 3rd, 2024 at 8 PM
Where: 1133 Queen’s Plate Drive
Cost: $153+

Hot Docs Festival

Toronto’s beloved documentary film festival is back this spring.

Hot Docs showcases thought-provoking films made by Canadian and international documentary filmmakers. If you love powerful storytelling and breathtaking cinematics, this event is not one to miss.

When: Until May 5th, 2024
Where: Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema – 506 Bloor St W
Cost: $20+