Must-See October Events in Toronto

It’s time to say goodbye to the summertime and welcome all the new and exciting activities fall brings! From incredible shows to Halloween celebrations, there’s something for you on our list of Must-See October Events in Toronto!

1. Nuit Blanche Toronto 2016: October 1st

nuit blanche The streets of Downtown Toronto will turn into a city-wide art exhibition from sunset to sunrise, displaying contemporary art pieces by approximately 4,600 local and international artists. Enjoy the all-night TTC service and explore the different exhibitions across the city Nuit Blanche Toronto brings this year!

For more information, click here.

2. Thanksgiving Brunch Cruise: October 9th

Must-See October Events in Toronto

Give the typical thanksgiving celebration a twist by having delicious brunch while navigating the Toronto Harbour, with a breathtaking view of the Toronto skyline aboard one of the luxury Mariposa Cruises! If you want to keep it traditional, take a look at our Thanksgiving Guide for International Students!

For tickets and more information, click here.

3. Cirque Du Soleil’s “LUZIA”: Last ILAC Trip October 12th

Cirque du Soleil - Le Royaume de Tôle Experience the beauty and magic of the Cirque Du Soleil’s latest show: LUZIA, a Waking Dream of Mexico. Don’t miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity to discover this surreal production, which will transport you to another land with its performances and music.

Visit the ILAC Activities Department for more information and tickets.

4. Toronto Chocolate Festival: October 15th to November 6th

festival - oh yeah! food! The dream of all chocolate lovers has come true! For 23 days, the Roy Thomson Hall in Downtown Toronto will turn into chocolate heaven for the Toronto Chocolate Festival 2016, with vendors from local restaurants, pastry shops and chocolatiers displaying their most delicious creations, all made with chocolate!

Enjoy special presentations, free tastings, contests and more while pleasing your sweet tooth.

For tickets and more information, click here.

5. Halloween Haunt at Canada’s Wonderland: ILAC Trips October 15th and 29th

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Are you brave enough to welcome the Halloween spirit at Canada’s Wonderland Halloween Haunt? If so, terrifying themed mazes, scare zones, frightening rides, and much more will be waiting for you!

Visit the ILAC Activities Department for more information and tickets.

Don’t forget to share your photos from these fun events with the hashtag #iloveilac !

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