Five Things to do in Toronto this Weekend

Shopping, concerts, art and more

Fall is officially here! To get you started on that sweater weather spirit (even in the heat) we’ve got a list of things to do this weekend with the addition of some pumpkin-spicey stuff. See the changing leaves at Trinity Bellwoods Park during Queen West’s art crawl, or try a walking tour of Toronto’s scenic Todmorden Mills. If you’re not ready to give up summer just yet, see a concert or try to catch an IG-worthy photo of Prince Harry at the Invictus Games. Either way, check out our list of things to do in Toronto this weekend below.


Live Music

Feist at Massey Hall

Feist will be performing at Massey Hall on Sunday (September 24) at 8 p.m. As of today, tickets are still available here.


Indie88 Presents Birds of Bellwoods

Toronto’s Birds of Bellwoods are set to perform tomorrow night (September 23) at the MOD Club. This is a 19+ event. Click here for tickets.


Etsy: Made in Canada

An Etsy market will be set up tomorrow (September 23) from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at MaRS Centre Atrium at 101 College Street. Stop by to browse Canadian-made Etsy products, and maybe even buy a thing or two to spice up your apartment.


Queen West Art Crawl

The Queen West Art Crawl is a three-day, charitable event designed to promote art, culture, and diversity on Queen West. A highlight of the event will include an Outdoor Art Exhibition in Trinity Bellwoods. Click here for more info.


Harvest Festival at Todmorden Mills

Celebrate everything Fall at the Todmorden Mills Heritage site. This weekend’s heritage festival will include tours of restored heritage buildings, a gorgeous Wildflower Preserve, and museum and more. This free event will take place Sunday (September 24) from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Click here to find out more.

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The Invictus Games

Prince Harry is in town this weekend for Toronto’s Invictus Games, the tournament for wounded, injured and sick soldiers and veterans that was founded by the royal prince himself. Events will begin tomorrow and will take place at multiple venues around the city, including the Air Canada Centre, the Fort York National Historic Site, Nathan Phillips Square, and more. Click here to find out how to attend.