Toronto Events for November 2018
October 31, 2018
Happy Place Toronto: November 1 to December 1
Happy Place, an interactive, immersive exhibit with larger-than-life installations and multi-sensory themed rooms, is on a mission to spread happiness around the world. Happiness comes in the form of half a million pieces of confetti in the world’s largest indoor confetti dome, a jump into a pot of happiness from the top of a 20-foot-tall double rainbow, 7-foot stilettos made of a million candies, and the 40,000 immersive flowers of the Super Bloom Room. Happy Place features 20,000 square feet of whimsical spaces and happy moments.
Royal Agricultural Winter Fair: November 2 to 11
For 96 years The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair has brought country to the city. Every November, Toronto, Ontario hosts the largest indoor agricultural and equine event in the world. Enjoy ten days of world-class livestock and horticultural competition, dining, shopping, entertainment and the country’s best Horse Show on historic Exhibition Grounds. The Royal is truly one of Toronto’s most unique experiences and fun for the entire family.
Indie Week 2018: November 6 to 11
Now in its 15th year, Indie Week Canada (IWCAN) is one of Canada’s top emerging artist festivals hosting 300+ artists, 25+ venues in 6 days. Indie Week puts industry and artists together, acts have made connections and have built new business furthering their career. Along with artist showcases, Indie Week hosts the Indie101 Music + Tech Conference with industry leaders and over 80 speakers.
Evening at the Market: November 8
Evening at the Market is back for another night of food, drink and entertainment in the historic St. Lawrence Market!
On Thursday, November 8, 2018 from 7pm-10pm guests will be treated to a culinary adventure featuring the unique food dishes of South Market merchants, drinks, fun and a few special surprises.
Fresh Hop Fest: November 15
Drink Inc. presents Ontario’s first Wet Hop beer experience! The 2nd annual Fresh Hop Fest offers beer lovers an evening of great “specialty” wet hop beers as well as live entertainment, and delicious food. Each brewery will feature a specialty beer made from this year’s local “fresh” hop farm harvests.
Toronto Christmas Market: November 15 to December 23
The magic of the Christmas season returns to Toronto, Nov. 15 to Dec. 23, with the 9th annual Toronto Christmas Market at the Distillery Historic District. Ranked one of the best Christmas Markets in the world, the festival features hundreds of unique and locally handcrafted products, stunning light canopies, family friendly entertainment, heated mulled wine, beer and hospitality gardens, and Santa and the elves, all in an atmosphere so romantic you can’t help but fall in love with the holiday season all over again. Rediscover the magic of Christmas.
118th Santa Claus Parade: November 18
If you want to relive your childhood memories, head down to Bloor and University in Downtown Toronto on November 18th and you’ll find the magical joys of Christmas that we all know and love! There will be tons of fun stuff in the parade and of course, our favourite character, Santa Claus will be making an appearance as well.
Cavalcade of Lights: November 24
Kick of the winter season with a bang! Head down to Nathan Philips Square on November 24th and enjoy live music, their official Christmas tree lighting, skating parties, and a huge display of fireworks lighting up the night sky! You definitely don’t want to miss this event.
King West Holiday Pop Up: November 24-25
Holiday season is fast approaching, get your head start on Christmas shopping and find the perfect gift at the King West Holiday Pop Up from November 24-25 and buy something from a local vendor right here in Toronto! It’s completely free admission, you’ll only have to pay for the adorable gifts you buy.
Toronto Chanukah Market: November 25
NoshFest, is presenting a new event called the Toronto Chanukah Market! On November 25th, celebrate Jewish food and culture with a fun holiday twist. You can enjoy tons of classic Jewish treats, shop for holiday gifts from local vendors, and even watch cooking demos!