Monday, November 16:
10pm. Dropout Mondays @ Sneaky Dee’s. It’s Monday night, where the party at?! No cover, and $3 bar rail drinks and bottled beer. 431 College St.
Tuesday, November 17:
10pm. Nu Music Night @ The Horseshoe Tavern. Arts & Crafts celebrates the 16th anniversary of Dave Bookman’s (102.1 The Edge) “Nu Music Nite”, with performances by Still Life Still and The Most Serene Republic.
10pm. Timebomb Tuesdays @ Tattoo Rock Parlour. Dubstep flavour with Bombaman and XI. 567 Queen St.
Wednesday, November 18:
9pm. Little Dragon @ Wrongbar. Check out this Swedish-based electro band fresh off an American tour with TV on the Radio. 1279 Queen Street W.
10pm. Karaoke @ Czehoski. It’s time to bring back your cover of Cher’s “If I Could Turn Back Time”. 678 Queen St. W.
Thursday, November 19:
10pm. Calvertron @ Wrongbar. Expect the best of house/electronica from this British import. 1279 Queen Street W.
10pm. The Good Kids @ 751. 90s hip hop and gangster rap make this “the 93 World Series of dive bar parties.” 751 Queen St. W.
10pm. Stacked @ Andy Poolhall. The first night of a new weekly party – you’re gonna want to say you were there. This party will have a focus on danceable music, both old and new. 489 College St.
Friday, November 20:
10pm. “All New” Fridays @ The Mod Club. Internationally loved DJ Kim Fai featuring Bangers and Mash, Milano and Simon Jain.
10pm. Hip Hop Karaoke @ Revival. Don’t worry, they give you the lyrics. $5 before 11pm. 783 College St.
11pm. Edumacation @ The Drake Underground. $5 for all-access Drake house party entrance! 1150 Queen St. W.
Saturday, November 21:
10pm. Friendship @ The Ossington. Drink, dance, smile, have fun, make friends, fall in love. 61 Ossington Ave.
10pm. The Rager @ Sneaky Dee’s. A no-gimmicks party for people for people who want to party hard and hear the best in dance, rock and hip hop. $3.75 beers and $4.25 mix drinks all night. 431 College St.
10pm. Going Steady @ The Boat: the end of an era, this will be the last Going Steady at the Boat, since the party is moving to the Gladstone Hotel. Soul, rock and roll and doo-wop!