Weekends in Toronto are always filled with activities, and this one is no exception. If you’re looking for things to do, there’s the world premiere of a festive new musical, a holiday flea market and more!
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See Yorkville bloom into the holiday season
From Wednesday to Sunday, a very festive floral display will take over the Yorkville neighbourhood. The popular Fleur de Villes NOEL is back with over 30 floral installations created by the city’s top floral artists — follow the trail through the neighbourhood and shop the fresh flower market to take some of that seasonal inspiration home with you!
Take in the sounds of a holiday classic at the Toronto Symphony
For Home Alone lovers, there’s a unique way to experience this holiday classic in Toronto this week! From Thursday to Sunday, see the popular Christmas film as the Toronto Symphony Orchestra performs the stunning John Williams score live.
Catch the premiere of two incredible Mirvish shows
The year may be ending, but the season of great theatre has only just begun! On Thursday, see the premiere of Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of the Temptations at CAA Ed Mirvish Theatre. And on Saturday, catch the premiere of 42nd Street, the “original showbiz musical,” at Princess of Wales Theatre.
Enjoy an on-stage version of a holiday romance
If you love Hallmark Christmas movies, you’ll love Chris, Mrs., a new show coming to Toronto featuring some of the province’s top stage performers! Enjoy the opening night performance of this festive musical on Thursday, or grab tickets every night or for weekend matinees until Dec. 31!
Celebrate the season with the city’s favourite vintage market
Hippie Market has cemented its status as one of the top vintage markets in the city — and this weekend, they’re giving their tried and true formula a holiday twist with Hippie Holiday! Enjoy a night market on Friday and a daytime version on Saturday where you can source all the unique holiday gifts you’ll ever need.
Start a new holiday tradition with The Nutcracker
For many families in Toronto, watching The Nutcracker performed by The National Ballet of Canada is an annual holiday tradition — and once you see it this year, you might want to make it one too! Beginning on Friday and running until New Year’s Eve, this delightful performance is a classic for a reason.
Shop for holiday goodies at the Toronto Flea’s market
Formerly known as the Leslieville Flea, the newly branded Toronto Flea is back with everyone’s favourite annual tradition — A Very Merry Market! This holiday-themed flea market will feature 70 vendors between Saturday and Sunday and it has been carefully curated to bring you the very best in antique, secondhand and artisan finds!