We’ve officially entered spring territory and the future’s looking bright here in Toronto. There’s a whole lot going on in the city this weekend, from sports to shopping events to concerts and everything in between. If you don’t want to miss a beat, take a look at this list of the best things to do in Toronto this weekend and start planning your Sunday Funday.
Toronto Vintage Pop-up Market
In the mood for a little retail therapy? A vintage market is coming to downtown Toronto this weekend with a curated selection of homewares, decor, clothing, and accessories. The market will feature beloved vintage vendors from all over the city selling their finest treasures and handmade goods like candles and jewelry.
The one-day shopping event begins at 10 a.m. on Sunday and you’ll want to show up early because the first five shoppers who show up will be given door prizes. The event is BYOB (bring your own bag) and cash is preferred.
Where: SPACE On King, 300 King St E
When: March 27, 2022, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Be Leaf Pop-up Plant Sale
Calling all potheads! No, not that kind. An indoor plant sale is happening in Toronto this weekend and you’ll get to stock up on Ontario-grown greenery of all shapes and sizes. It’s hosted by Be Leaf Plant Store, a shop owned by a pair of plant-loving Parisians who host sales at pop-up locations all over the city. There will be a unique choice of plants to choose from, plus experts on-site who can give you tips and tricks on how to choose the right plant for you.
Where: Hale Coffee, 300 Campbell Ave
When: March 25th — March 27th, 8:30 a.m. — 6 p.m.
Robert Lepage’s The Library at Night
Ever wondered what it would be like to step inside a time machine? Well, thanks to virtual reality, now you can. Toronto’s getting a new immersive VR adventure that transports you to some of the world’s most extraordinary libraries both real and imagined. Robert Lepage’s The Library at Night “is an immersive and sensory virtual-reality journey that whisks you away to 10 libraries throughout time and across the globe – from Mexico to Japan, Copenhagen, Sarajevo and beyond,” the description says.
When: Until April 18th, 2022
Where: 1 Yonge Street Toronto, ON, M5E 1W7
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The Sleeping Beauty
The National Ballet of Canada is taking the stage for a dazzling performance of Tchaikovsky’s Sleeping Beauty. Sit back and witness the talent of Canada’s premier ballet company, opulent costumes and beautiful live music. Plus, you no longer have to worry about limited seating because the theatre is back to full capacity.
Where: Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts
When: Until March 27th
Justin Bieber at Scotiabank Arena
Canada’s beloved pop sensation is coming home to Scotiabank Arena this Friday for the Justice World Tour. This show is one of several rescheduled stops he’ll be making in the city this year, with two more shows to follow in June. Live music is finally back and what better way to celebrate than by singing your heart out to some JB hits?
Where: Scotiabank Arena
When: March 25th, 2022
The Annual Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival
TOsketchfest is back! Toronto’s longest-running comedy festival is taking place this weekend with some of the best live, scripted comedy in North America. This year’s festival is taking place over five days with all of the content available online. There are over 100 titles to choose from, including brand new sketch comedy spotlights, animated shorts, musical comedy videos, cinematic shorts, and more.
When: Until March 27th, 2022
Toronto Raptors vs. Indiana Pacers
Live sports are back at Scotiabank Arena! Cheer for the Toronto Raptors in the stands and experience the energy of a packed house once again. With the players on their A-game, the Raptors mascot busting moves, and Drake in his courtside seat, it’s like the last two years never happened.
Where: Scotiabank Arena
When: Saturday, March 26th
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Joining the ranks of Immersive Van Gogh and Beyond Monet is Immersive Klimt, a colourful exhibition curated by the “world-renowned master of digital art” Italy’s Massimiliano Siccardi. Through vivid 360 projections, the revolutionary works of Gustav Klimt come to life all around you. Klimt is described as a “rebel, genius and legend” of a painter, and now you can be swept up in his electrifying world.
Where: 1 Yonge St
When: Various times
Ukranian Day at the Castle
Toronto’s historic Casa Loma is hosting a Ukranian Day event with all proceeds from admission going to the Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal established by the Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) and the Canada-Ukraine Foundation (CUF).
Guests are invited to purchase a ticket in advance for $20 to $30 each and participate in “a day of cultural activities and performances, craft vendors, and information sessions for families of refugees, with speaking remarks from special guests and dignitaries.”
Where: 1 Austin Terrace
When: March 27th, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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