Another long weekend has come and gone, but the fun is far from over! There are so many exciting things to do in Toronto this week, from concerts to haunted houses to film festivals and more. Post-holiday blues won’t get us down this time!

Let’s dive into the very best events and activities going on this week in our city.

The Queen’s Ball: A Bridgerton Experience

Bridgerton fans, your Queen’s Ball invitation is here. Toronto now has an exclusive ball experience inspired by the hit Netflix series so you can feel like royalty for one magical night.

Get ready to mingle with other royal members, sip on cocktails and take part in an evening of music and dance.

When: October 14th, 2022
Where: Cinespace Studios, 8 Unwin Avenue

Fall n’ Leaves T.O.

Fall n’ Leaves has returned to the heart of downtown for the third year in a row, complete with fall foliage, pumpkins, and hay bales to make you feel tucked away from the busy city.

There’s so much to do and experience at Fall n’ Leaves this season. In addition to picking and painting your own pumpkin, you can warm up by an open fire, lounge on the hay bale sofa, go pumpkin bowling, and indulge in autumn-themed food and drinks.

Where: 621 Richmond Street
When: Until October 16th, 2022

Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Washington Capitals

The first home game of the Maple Leafs 2022-23 season takes place this Thursday and there are still plenty of affordable tickets available. Hockey fans, you won’t want to miss this!

Where: Scotiabank Arena
When: October 13th, 2022, 7:30 PM

Recent Posts
8 places where you can find the most frightful Halloween costumes in Toronto
These exciting tech companies are hiring in Toronto right now


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Toronto Maple Leafs (@mapleleafs)

An Evening With Michael Bublé

Canada’s sweetheart Michael Bublé is taking the stage at Scotiabank Arena this week for what is sure to be a memorable show. It may not be the holiday season yet, but hopefully we get to experience it early with a few songs from his Christmas album.

Where: Scotiabank Arena
When: October 12th, 2022

Planet in Focus International Environmental Film Festival 

Planet in Focus is an environmental media arts organization that’s hosting a 10-day film festival in Toronto starting this week. Get ready to dive into a world of artistic films that “question, explore and tell stories about the world in which we live.”

If you’re passionate about environmental issues, want to learn more, or simply love film, this is a festival worth checking out.

Where: See all festival venues here
When: October 13th to 23rd, 2022

Psychedelics: The Experiential Exhibition

You won’t need any mind-altering substances for this psychedelic trip. A 12,000-square-foot experience called Psychedelics: The Experiential Exhibition has arrived in Toronto.

The exhibition dives into society’s complex and often controversial relationship with psychedelics. It will provide a unique “edutainment” experience, combining audio and visual elements into an informative and fascinating display.

Where: Lithuanian House, 1573 Bloor Street West
When: Weekly from Wednesday to Sunday


This isn’t your average pumpkin patch! Pumpkinville is a larger-than-life village filled with houses and displays made from over 30,000 real pumpkins and it’s now open in Etobicoke.

The pop-up experience will be open all October long, with midway rides, tasty treats, photo ops, and fall-themed experiences for the whole fam.

When: September 30 to October 31, 2022 (Thursday and Friday, 5 PM to 11 PM)
Where: CF Sherway Gardens,​ 25 The West Mall, Toronto


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Michael Bublé (@michaelbuble)

Black Lagoon Halloween Pop-up

Ready to have a freakishly good time? The Halloween bar of your dreams (or should we say nightmares) is now open in Toronto.

Running throughout October, Black Lagoon will serve up creepy cocktails in an equally creepy immersive space. Be sure to wear your costume and bring your favourite freaks along for the fun!

Where: 875 Bloor Street West (Upstairs)
When: Until October 31st, 2022

Legends of Horror – Casa Loma

Casa Loma’s Legends of Horror is one of Toronto’s most terrifying haunting experiences of the year and it’s back bigger than ever before with a new zombified installation.

The haunted attraction is open this Thanksgiving weekend and you can book a visit between the hours of 5 PM and 10 PM.

When: Until October 31st, 2022
Where: Casa Loma – 1 Austin Terrace

Martino Manor Haunted House

Etobicoke’s most beloved haunted attraction is back and they’re ready to scare your socks off. With the scariest props and most terrifying ambiance, Martino Manor puts the M in most spooky experience in west Toronto.

When: October 13th & 14th, 2022
Where: 7 McIntosh Avenue, Etobicoke