Get ready for an amazing weekend in the city!
This weekend is packed with outstanding events like the Society of Beer Drinking Ladies’ 6th Birthday Party, a Valentine’s Pop Up Market, a Bowie & Prince Dance Party, and more! You’re sure to be in for a fun-filled weekend, no matter the weather.
Check out our top five things to do around the city this weekend below.
Bevy 0044 – 6th Birthday Bevy!
Junction Craft Brewing | February 7th, 7:00 PM – 1:00 AM | Tickets
Get ready for Bevy0044 at Junction Craft Beer for the Society of Beer Drinking Ladies’ 6th year Birthday Party! The event is set to feature 12 Junction brews and 12 guest one-off craft beers, a special new ‘Bevy Brew’ collaboration with Junction, food, an Artisan Maker’s Market, pop-up performances by Girl Gang Cabaret, a photo booth, and more! Ticket prices include your first beer, a birthday cupcake, a ‘Morning After’ gift bag, and more. A portion of the event’s profits are donated to The Canadian Women’s Foundation and the event is open to anyone who identifies as women, non-binary, gender fluid, and anyone who wants to be included in their definition.
Starving Artist Market Place: Valentine’s Pop Up Market
Starving Artist (St. Clair West) | February 8th and 9th, 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM | Free
Starving Artist is set to host some amazing local artisans, featuring skin care, hot sauce, cards, jewelry, clothing, ceramics, and more. There’s something for everyone, so head to this market with a friend, indulge in some brunch, and check out the market.
Catch a Concert
Head to The Great Hall on Friday, February 7th to catch Radiohead guitarist Ed O’Brien, who is releasing Earth, his debut solo album as EOB in April. He’s sure to play previously released singles like “Shangri-La,” “Brasil,” and “Santa Teresa” alongside some new tunes.
Bowie & Prince Video Dance Party
Remix Lounge | February 8th, 10:00 PM – 3:00 AM | $10 before 11 PM, $15 after
Get ready for Remix Lounge’s annual HEROES event, which celebrates both David Bowie and Prince. The fourth annual event celebrates the music of the two superstars, while also highlighting songs from musical heroes who died this year like Talk Talk’s Mark hollis, Prodigy’s Keith Flint, English Beat’s Rankin Roger, The Monkees’ Peter Tork, The Cure’s Andy Anderson, The Cars’ Ric Ocasek, Eddie Money, and Roxette’s Marie Fredriksson.
The Oscars LIVE!
Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema | February 9th, 6:30 PM – 11:40 PM | Free
Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema is once again screening The Oscars. Tickets are free, with a maximum of two per person. The theatre will be opening their doors and rolling out the red carpet of a free broadcast, so you can watch the award ceremony with some fellow movie lovers!