The post-long weekend blues are real, but all of these things to do in Toronto this week are sure to brighten your spirits.
A Broadway hit musical will debut in our city this week, and there are some major concerts coming our way.
Without further delay, here’s what you came here for — the very best things to do in Toronto this week. Enjoy!
Broadway sensation Hamilton is making a comeback to Toronto and it’s ready to hit the stage this week. The popular musical will run for a few months starting on February 22nd.
“Featuring a score that blends hip-hop, jazz, R&B and Broadway, Hamilton has taken the story of American founding father Alexander Hamilton and created a revolutionary moment in theatre,” the description says.
This musical is not only entertaining, but has had a profound impact on culture, politics, and education.
When: February 22nd to June 11th, 2023
Where: Princess of Wales Theatre, 300 King Street West
Country fans, something big is coming our way. Or rather, someone!
Thomas Rhett is on tour in Canada and he will be stopping in Toronto this Tuesday and you’ll be stompin’ your boots all evening long.
When: February 22nd, 2023
Where: Scotiabank Arena
Get ready to dance the night away with the one and only Steve Aoki!
The world-famous DJ will hit the stage at Rebel this week and it’s going to be absolute mayhem.
When: February 23rd, 2023
Toronto’s Barbara Ann Scott Ice Trail at College Park will host a free skate party this Friday with incredible DJs, fire pits, and fun entertainment.
Grab a pair of free on-site skate rentals and listen to the sounds of upbeat live music while you glide the evening away on Toronto’s downtown ice trail.
When: February 24th, 2023, 5 PM to 8 PM
Where: Barbara Ann Scott Ice Trail, 420 Yonge Street
One of Canada’s most iconic alternative bands will be taking centre stage at The Danforth Music Hall this Friday.
Live music lovers, you don’t want to miss this one.
When: February 24th, 2023
Where: The Danforth Music Hall
Winter Stations is back! This single-stage international design competition takes place every year, and contestants must incorporate the Kew and Woodbine beach lifeguard towers into their installations in creative ways.
The winners get to bring their designs to life and showcase them along the beaches for several weeks in the winter and spring.