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Five things to do this weekend in Toronto

Celebrate the first weekend of the New Year in style!

This weekend there are tons of events to keep you busy all across the city. From light installations to DJ Skate Nights to a Dr. Seuss Exhibit, it’s going to be tough to choose what to do this weekend.

Check out our top five things to do around the city this weekend below.

Lumina Toronto Zoo

Toronto Zoo | Now until April 13th | Tickets or PWYC at the door

Terra Lumina at the Toronto Zoo is the eleventh experience that is part of the Moment Factory’s Lumina night walk series, and it’s running from now until April. All winter long, you can head to the Toronto Zoo after nightfall to check out an immersive experience along a walking path that appears to carry you into the future through its luminescent installment.

DJ Skate Nights 2019

Harbourfront Centre | Every Saturday until February 15 | Free

Take part in Harbourfront Centre’s DJ Skate Night this Saturday, where you can take to the ice while listening to some killer tunes. Get ready to check out a killer lineup of DJs while you skate around their epic ice rink.

Sneaky Dee’s 80s Dance Party

Sneaky Dee’s | January 4th, 10:00 PM – 2:00 AM | Tickets

Sneaky Dee’s is bringing all of the 80s you can handle with their 80s Dance Party! Packed with rock, pop, and everything in between you can listen to the best of the decade at this one stop. Break out your best 80s attire and head to Sneaky Dee’s to listen to some of your favourite hits.

Tool, Rage Against The Machine & Incubus Tribute

The Mod Club | January 4th, 8:00 PM – 12:00 AM | Tickets

The Mod Club is hosting a tribute to Tool, Rage Against The Machine, and Incubus this Saturday. Third Eye Open will be playing Tool tracks, Evil Empire will be paying tribute to Rage Against The Machine, and Megalomanic will be performing Incubus hits.

Dr. Seuss Experience Toronto

Square One Mall | Now until January 15th, 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM | Tickets

Head to Square One’s interactive Dr. Seuss-themed exhibit. The 15,000-square-foot immersive attraction is based on a maze from Oh, the Places You’ll Go

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