October 12th-31st Screemers @ Scream Elizabeth Building at Exhibition Place, 200 Princes’ Blvd. Screemers is a haunted scream park, complete with 6 haunts and the Midway of Mayhem. Their haunts will terrify you in every way imaginable, whether your afraid of darkness, tightness, startle, or gore they will get you! Runs 7 pm to midnight. $23.50-28.50… Read More »Read Article
Toronto Hit List: Waka Flocka Flame Meet & Greet, Girl & Boy 90s Dance Party, No No Pony, Soupstock & more!
October 18th-21st A Pop-Up Shop by OSC Cross @ The Mascot, 1267 Queen St. W. OSC Cross launches their inaugural collection for the 2012 Fall/Winter season. The brand caters to “discerning urbanites who want to look good when staying warm with a practical, detail oriented winter coat.” All OSC Cross coats are handmade in Toronto, are… Read More »Read Article
Pop Kult, the pop/disco dance party put on by Toronto favourites Mansion, turned one year old last Friday, and it was one for the books—or at least the photo albums. “It was the best Pop Kult we’ve ever thrown,” says Nancy Chen, one fourth of the Mansion team. “People were having such a great time, and that’s the kind of… Read More »Read Article
Toronto Hit List: Foxtrot, One Night Stand, MurderBoner! 20, 90s Party: Wayne's World Edition & more!
October 10th-14th Indie Week Canada @ various locations. 175+ bands, 16+ venues, 5 nights, music industry panels, demo listening sessions, digital media panels, secret shows with feature artists, 4 am last call parties, afternoon parties + BBQs swag giveaways, and more! $40 wristbands available online.Read Article
Toronto Hit List: Alexander Keith’s Birthday Celebration, No Pants No Problem, moondance, Reality Bytes 2 Year Anniversary & more!
October 4th-5th Toronto Oktoberfest @ St. Lawrence Market North Building, 92-95 Front St. E. Inspired by traditions started in Munich, Germany over 200 years ago, Toronto’s Oktoberfest will capture the essence of Bavarian festivities through authentic food, drink and merriment.Read Article
Open mic nights have a bad rap. (PUN!) Luckily, Leah P is here to change that with her Degrassi-inspired wordplay. She’s created an open mic night where you can enjoy and share talent and tallboys, and even participate in a sing-along or several.Read Article