February Festivities: Your Guide to Exciting Events and Happenings This Month
February 1, 2024
Harbourfront Centre’s KUUMBA is Toronto’s largest and longest-running Black Futures Month festival, embracing the rich tapestry of culture, diversity and creativity through a month-long celebration of Black cultural programming.
Enjoy 10,000 square feet of pure Valentine’s bliss. Perfect for couples, the area features 35 handpicked vendors, engaging activities, and automatic prize entries. Capture your memories at the many photo booths, making this market the ultimate Valentine’s Day experience.
Experience Project X, an immersive event showcasing diverse creative disciplines. Explore gallery pieces, enjoy performances, and browse the vendor market. Beyond creativity, it’s a networking opportunity for like-minded individuals in the creative sphere.
Sweet City Fest is a festival celebrating all things SWEET. Expect shopping deals, themed vendor markets and workshops, live music nights, Valentine’s Day experiences, food and drink specials, and tons of family activities for the long weekend.
Celebrate Winter at the Roundhouse Craft Beer Fest! Toronto’s biggest and baddest après-brew-ski party. Gather your pals, retro ski gear, long johns, and all the flannel you can get your mitts on.
Enjoy a delightful day dedicated to all things chocolate! Join this chocolate-filled event featuring informative seminars, delectable bean-to-bar chocolates, innovative bars, bonbons, and passionate chocolate enthusiasts. It’s a day of tasting, talking, and indulging in the world of chocolate.
Welcome to the vibrant Lunar New Year celebrations in Toronto’s Chinatown for 2024! Discover the rich traditions and joyful spirit of the Lunar New Year and celebrate together in the heart of Toronto’s Chinatown.
It’s the first ever Toronto I❤︎BEER & Taco Festival presented by Cowbell Brewing Co. and in collaboration with Fury Hot Sauce. Enjoy a fun filled day or night of beer, cider and spirits sampling, games, dancing and tacos!
Experience the enchanting Winter Stations public art exhibition at Woodbine Beach in Toronto! Each year, this unique event transforms the shoreline into a captivating outdoor gallery, showcasing imaginative art installations inspired by the winter season.