Toronto Virtual Events For March
February 28, 2021
Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival (March 4th-15th)
In 2021, TOsketchfest is going to look very different. Like many festivals and events, we are moving online, creating a platform to showcase Toronto’s and Canada’s most hilarious digital content. This is new territory for us – there’s lots to learn, new tools to acquire, and, quite frankly, a lot less ticket and sponsorship revenue available to make it happen.
Our 2021 Digital Festival will include screenings of new comedy content from diverse creators from across the country, as well as learning and development events, networking and social time, and accessibility features for the digital space. Alongside this work, we are starting community consultations led by Bespoke Collective to investigate TOsketchfest’s commitment to anti-racist action, diversity, inclusion, equity and justice.
Uncharted spans a series of thoughtfully curated evenings where you’ll encounter critical new ideas and perspectives, be inspired to think differently, and engage in meaningful dialogue with fellow curious souls.
TD Ottawa Winter Jazz Festival (March 4th-6th)
Enjoy some amazing music from the comfort of your home as the TD Ottawa Winter Jazz Festival goes virtual this year with 6 shows streaming live for free.
Join us with an online festival to help celebrate Toronto’s 187th anniversary. This year Celebrate Toronto will be raising funds towards DonateTO’s COVID-19 Relief and Recovery and Long term care homes. Let’s do our part to stay safe, stay home and help provide support those in need.
The Herd: Acoustic (March 11th– 25th)
When twin White Bisons are born to a First Nation ranch, an ambitious blog reporter posts it and the story goes viral. Is this a miracle in the spiritual life of a Saskatchewan First Nation or a one in a billion scientific event? Culture, science and politics collide as the world descends on the herd to witness the sacred prophecy of the White Bison while one Indigenous scientist fights to keep her ethics intact and her herd alive
Canadian Virtual Music Expo (March 20th)
This event is made for both music fans and musicians! This is the Spring Equinox edition of the Music Expo!
We’ll have panels with musicians, one-on-one interviews with music industry insiders, performances by your favourite musicians, prizes and more!
We’ll have songs performed by some of our many musicians.
You will be able to chat live with others at the event on our platform, ask questions for your favourite musicians or panel members and meet other music fans one-on-one in our speed networking section.
Nightclubbing: A Toronto History (March 25th)
Nightclubs are spaces of social and creative transformation where partygoers of all backgrounds and lifestyles can come together for nights of music, creativity, and joyous celebration. Join DJ and journalist Denise Benson for a conversation with DJ Mark Oliver and writer and director Michele Geister about some of Toronto’s most influential and unforgettable nightlife spaces from the 80s and 90s. They’ll consider the impact of house, hip-hop and early rave culture on the music, art, fashion, and design scenes in the city
Catch Up On Some Great New Movies
Don’t miss out on some of the best new movies and tv shows coming to Netflix Canada in March. Spend the weekend curled up with some of these great choices.
There are a number of virtual events and attractions that you can experience from the ROM from the comfort of your own home. Don’t miss out some of the top exhibits, some great lectures and even activities to keep the kids busy.
This summer, all of our nostalgia-dreams came true when the pandemic made drive-in movie theatres a go-to form of entertainment. Sitting in your car, eating all the best snacks, watching a flick on the big screen – there’s nothing quite like it. Well, now parts of the GTA will be revisiting that dream because drive-ins are about to be back in business.