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OCTOBER 2019

 

Nuit Blanche at Nathans Phillips Square

Fall in Toronto is a mood. Wander the city at an all-night art party. Celebrate Halloween for the entire month. Catch a reading, a Ted Talk or a Raps game as our NBA champs head into another season.

Beyond the pumpkin spice: Toronto in October

 

 

Nuit Blanche 2018 at Dundas Square

NUIT BLANCHE = NIGHT MAGIC

Own the streets as Nuit Blanche transforms Toronto into a city-wide, all-night art gallery. Discover nearly 90 installations, catch a speaker series or aimlessly walk through the city, transformed.

STAY OUT LATE

 

 

The Haunted Walk of Toronto

HALLOWEEN FRIGHTS

Dare yourself to explore a haunted castle or theme park. Take the fam to Boo At The Zoo. Grab a pitchfork and hit the city’s wickedest block party in the village. Oh, there’s more — all month long!

BROWSE THE HAUNTS

 

 


TORONTO BIENNIAL OF ART

 

It’s a 72-day contemporary art takeover! Witness the work of 90+ Indigenous, Canadian and international artists in repurposed buildings and public spaces across the city.

 

 

FALL LEAF DISPLAYS

 

 

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Book your stay today to experience MORE Nuit Blanche at participating GTA Marriott International hotels.

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DID YOU KNOW

 

Buffer Festival is the world’s largest digital-first film fest. For 2019, short works by top YouTube comics and LGBTQ content creators get the gala treatment on TIFF’s big screen.

 

 

 

OCTOBER EVENTS

There's a lot going on around the city this month, so mark your calendar!

Oct. 2

Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Ottawa Senators

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Oct. 3 – 6

aluCine Toronto Latin Film + Media Arts Festival

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Oct. 22 – 27

imaginativeNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival

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Oct. 24 – Nov. 3

Toronto International Festival of Authors

Canadian Web Awards

Indian Web Awards

Newzealand Web Awards

CHina Web Awards

International Web Awards

United States Web Awards

Australian Web Awards

Toronto Beaches Book

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