Whether you’re a sports fan, socialite, or a more refined artistic soul, Toronto Entertainment is for you. For the spirit within, the air Canada center alone has events that run all year round, from arts and crafts, to concerts and games, the air show, and the Canadian National Exhibition – an 18 day summertime festival – that’s nothing short of a roller coaster ride.
But for those of us who’d rather take Toronto entertainment in our stride, a myriad of restaurants and nightlife circle the entertainment district on the west side of downtown Toronto. Here, Toronto entertainment is the magnetic urban center for young and old alike, with a rich theater district deserving of its own culture, and so, well worth a visit. From comedy shows at “the second city” to laser shows at “the docks” there’s something for all tastes. Toronto entertainment also boasts a number of performing arts theaters such as “The Royal Alexandra” and “Massey Hall” for musicals, plays and art shows.
Ideally, a game taken in at the Roger’s Center is also worthy of a mention and enough to wet the appetite. Nightlife is abundant as Toronto entertainment suits all sorts. With live and established sounds at “The Drake” to “Tryst” Toronto’s answer to an Ibiza cocktail bar. There’s an endless choice of venue to keep your feet moving. Of course, if you’re hungry and would perhaps like a Tuesday night tipple while hearing some slow jazz and soul, you can always drop into “supermarket” off Kensington Market, also offering a lunch menu.
When it comes to Toronto entertainment, the choice is exceptional and you could fill an entire evening just walking around to see what s on offer. Where people used to leave the city, they now flock to the hottest that Toronto entertainment has to offer.