From classic rock to modern art, this week in Toronto has lots to do and see…
Friday, Jan. 30
Classic Albums Live: The Beatles, Let It Be
Hear one of the best Beatles albums, note-for-note, from one of the best venues in Toronto. Classic Albums Live will leave you dancing in the aisle and buying tickets for their next show.
Where: Roy Thomson Hall
Saturday, Jan. 31
Douglas Coupland: everywhere is anywhere is anything is everything
Make a day of Douglas Coupland by taking part in the full exhibition experience. The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) and the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MOCCA) join Holt Renfrew and the Daniel Faria Gallery with special exhibits featuring over 200 works from the Canadian icon.
Where: ROM and MOCCA
Sunday, Feb. 1
Black History Month
Black History Month officially kicks off today with events happening across the city throughout the month. Check out http://www.tddiversityevents.com for more details.
Monday, Feb. 2
Until February 12, Toronto’s top restaurants feature prix fixe menus that fit any budget. Pick from more than 200 restaurants for three course meals from $18-45.
Tuesday, Feb. 3
Hear the hits from the legendary Fleetwood Mac as they rock the Air Canada Centre stage tonight.
Where: Air Canada Centre
Wednesday, Feb. 4
Progress: International Festival of Performance and Ideas
The inaugural Progress: International Festival of Performance and Ideas opens today with the North American premiere of Marathon. Check these guys out, there’s a diverse slate of shows from around the world.
Where: The Theatre Centre
Thursday, Feb. 5
AGO – First Thursdays
One of the most unique events in the city, the AGO hosts a monthly party like none other. This month is headlined by one of the fathers of hip-hop, Grandmaster Flash.
Where: The Art Gallery of Ontario