Toronto Fall Events to Look Forward To

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Fall is a time of transition; and with the cooler weather comes plans for the final months of the year. Just because summer is behind us doesn’t mean there isn’t a lot to look forward to! In fact, autumn is a season where Toronto shines with many of its best and brightest events falling in the last quarter of the year. Read on for our tips for the best Toronto fall events to look forward to!

Just for Laughs 2019

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Comedy lovers are in for a treat with the return of this Toronto institution on September 19th. Expect big names like Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, Jonathan Van Ness, and Marc Maron. There’s more than just straight-forward standup, however, with cast panels and intimate “In Conversations With…,” as well as a critically-acclaimed one-woman show by Margaret Trudeau! Passes are available at JFL42.com.

Evening At The Market 2019

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The historic St Lawrence Market is back with a Toronto fall event that is sure to please foodies and wine aficionados alike. On November 14th, Evening At The Market will see 63 merchants displaying their talent with food and drink to delight your palate while you take in the beautiful architecture of one of Toronto’s oldest markets. Don’t miss this special occasion hosted by the farmer’s market named one of the best in the world by National Geographic!

Toronto Biennal of Art

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The inaugural year of this massive, free art festival starts September 21st and promises to bring timely exhibitions which will explore pressing social issues. All along the waterfront, local and international performers and artists will be showing their work until December. The aim of the festival is to make art more accessible while also revitalizing the waterfront area. This free celebration of art is a Toronto fall event to mark in your calendar!

Oktoberfest

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What says autumn more than Oktoberfest? Toronto has been celebrating the German festival for years, and it promises to be the closest you’ll get to the motherland without hopping on a plane! Besides lots of beer, schnitzel, and sausage, you can also expect traditional music and dancing and entertainment. Activities for kids like face painting and rides are sure to please the little ones.
We hope we’ve got you excited for the coming season! There’s so much to see and do in Toronto so it’s never too early to plan ahead! Have a wonderful autumn and be sure to follow along on the Medallion Blog for more great tips.