Awesome Toronto events happening March 4-6

Quote David Bowie and see him in his finest mullet at a Labyrinth quote-along this weekend, check out a free art event to celebrate TO’s 182nd birthday, or class it up at a pretty incredible dance performance. All part of the weird and wonderful things happening in Toronto this weekend, March 4-6.


Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre

See some pretty amazing dance, performed by a world-renowned company that’s recognized for debuting works by soon-to-be-famous choreographers. Plus you can join former principal dancer George Randolph with Michael Jackson Jr. in the lobby for a talk before the show on Friday.

When to go: Friday, 8 pm; Saturday, 2 pm; Saturday, 8 pm

Where at? Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, 1 Front St. E

Tickets: starting at $49


Art in the 6ix

Toronto is super old – 182 to be exact. So to celebrate our ancient and totally not decrepit city, CBC is throwing an art party in Yonge-Dundas Square. The big “art unveiling” happens from noon to 2 on Friday, and the music, art, prizes and activities continue throughout the city.

When to go: Friday, 11 am-7 pm; Saturday and Sunday, 10 am-6 pm

Where at? Yonge-Dundas Square, 1 Dundas E

Tickets: admission is free


Beach House at the Danforth Music Hall

Dream pop super band Beach House is playing two shows at the Danforth Music Hall this weekend, and as always, will probably put on a great show. It’s a good opportunity to get weird and party.

When to go: Saturday and Sunday, 7 pm

Where at? The Danforth Music Hall

Tickets: starting at $28.50


Labyrinth Quote-Along

Give those ’70s-born old-timers a run for their money at Bloor Hot Docs Cinema’s Labyrinth Quote-Along. Celebrate Bowie’s luxuriously layered mullet and call out “You have no power over me!” with dozens of other Labyrinth nerds. Costumes are welcome.

When to go: Saturday, 9:30 pm

Where at? Bloor Hot Docs Cinema, 506 Bloor W

Tickets: $18, includes a beer and large popcorn

Erin Cardone

Born on the Prairies, Erin Cardone grew up knowing there was more to life than canola fields and AAA Alberta Angus. So she escaped, living in Europe and Australia, white-knuckling it through plates of calf brains and raw horse meat, and learning languages she can't remember anymore. After a stint as a jaded, skeptical journalist, she changed tack and began writing rather awesome blogs and showing businesses that advertising is dead, so long live social media, with her businesses Legendary Social Media. She now splits her time between various Canadian cities, Costa Rica and wherever else the wind blows.

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