The Weekend Playbook: OktoberFEAST and Evil Dead: The Musical!
Event of the WeekSome of Ontario’s finest craft brewers and Toronto’s top food trucks are coming together for one glorious Friday night at OktoberFEAST. Drink great beer, eat awesome food, and a portion of the proceeds goes to the Canadian Cancer Society. Everybody wins! Except your liver. It definitely loses.
Thursday, October 24thOh, it's only Evil Dead: The Musical, making its annual Toronto debut on Thursday night. The musical follows five college students, off for a week in a cabin in the woods, only to find themselves trapped with a host of demons -- just like a holiday with your in-laws! Zing! Find out more here
Friday, October 25thGo to The Guverment to find, surely, some of the most scantily-clad women in the city (you know, given the weather and all). The fourth annual Diablo Halloween Ball is billed as Toronto’s biggest and most successful Halloween event. Doors at 10p
At Placebo Space, it will be a gentler scene. Wear your costume and check out the Halloween show featuring four distinct and awesome bands playing everything from funk, jazz, alt-rock, and indie pop
Saturday, October 26thWhy do your Halloween partying at one bar if you can go to four? That’s the idea behind the Halloween Club Crawl. Buy one ticket, and get cover and transportation to Ohso, Tryst, Gravity Soundbar, and Fiction nightclub
If you feel like getting rowdy and screaming at a bunch of soccer players, today is a good day to do that. Toronto FC takes on the Montreal Impact at BMO Field at 4p in their last match of the regular season. Get the deets here
Sunday, October 27thFinally, here’s your chance to prove to your friends how many times you’ve watched re-runs of Seinfeld at Kitch's Seinfeld Trivia Nights. Doors at 7p, trivia at 8p, followed by an episode screening
The Rhino Fall Beer & Cider Festival will bring a huge selection of Ontario craft beer and cider together. Tix are $25 and come with a souvenir glass, appetizers, and five sample tickets. Doors at noon. Proceeds from the festival will be donated to Save The Rhino, an international rhino conservation charity.