We’re in for a shorter work week and that means a long weekend is upon us. Whether you’ll be spending the weekend at home, recuperating from these last few months or you’re making the most of it, exploring our lively city – there are tons of things to do in Toronto that are calling your name!

Though Good Friday lands on March 29th this year, so our week is cut short. Nonetheless, we’re up for a busy week.

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

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Toronto Raptors Vs Brooklyn Nets

Catch the Raps face-off against the Brooklyn Nets on our home court this Monday.

When: March 25th, 2024
Where: Scotiabank Arena

A Tribute to ABBA

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 March 26th, enjoy some ABBA tunes in this beautiful setting.

When: March 26th at 8:45 PM
Where: Metropolitan Community Church, 15 Simpson Ave
Cost: $26+ per ticket

Les Misérables

There are still some tickets left to catch Les Miserables live at the Princess of Wales theatre. It kicks off on March 26th and runs until the summer.

When: Starting March 26th
Where: Princess of Wales theatre – 300 King St West

Toronto Maple Leafs vs New Jersey Devils

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

When: March 26th, 2024
Where: Scotiabank Arena

Guts Gallery Olivia Rodrigo pop-up 

If you weren’t able to get tickets to Olivia Rodrigo’s Guts tour, this is the next best thing! The Olivia Rodrigo “Guts Gallery” pop-up will be in Toronto this month giving fans access to some cool merchandise and exclusive items.

The pop-up is in collaboration with American Express, giving American Express Cardmembers some benefits including early access (1 hour before the event opening), a dedicated checkout line, exclusive merchandise and a gift with purchase.

When: Friday, March 29th – Saturday March 30th from 11:00 AM – 8:00 PM & Sunday, March 31st from 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Where: 1153 Queen St W

Damian + Stephen Marley

You can still get tickets for this ultimate duo performing at History on March 25th.

When: March 25th, 2024
Where: History

Ali Wong Live

Comedian Ali Wong is bringing her hilarious live show to Toronto’s Meridian Hall at the end of the month and tickets are still on sale.

When: March 27th to 30th, 2024
Where: Meridian Hall – 1 Front St East

Toronto Zoo Spring Marketplace

The Toronto Zoo’s third annual Spring Marketplace features 40+ local artisans and vendors, offering a mix of indoor and outdoor shopping experiences. Visitors can enjoy seasonal food and beverages while exploring the scenic Rouge National Urban Park over the long weekend.

When: March 29th to 31st from 11 AM to 4 PM
Where: Special Events Centre

Easter Fun Fest

Expect a long weekend filled with Easter Egg Hunts, food trucks, live entertainment, a petting zoo pony rides and much more.

Get your tickets for the Easter Fun Fest here.

When: March 29th to April 1st
Where: Markham Fairgrounds – 10801 MCCowan Rd

Toronto Easter Parade and egg scavenger hunt

The Toronto Beaches Lions Easter Parade is back for 2024 and this year’s Easter weekend festivities will also include an egg scavenger hunt.

To partake in the egg hunt, teams must register to help decipher clues that lead to multiple different locations in Toronto’s beaches neighbourhood.

When: Friday. March 29th (egg scavenger hunt) from 10 AM to 2 PM & Sunday, March 31st at 2 PM (Easter parade)
Where: The Beaches
Cost: $25 + HST and processing fees per team (egg scavenger hunt) & free (Easter parade)