Out On The Town With Mike Chalut
Pull out your fall fashion, ship your kids off to school, set some exciting goals and welcome September! Our team at ONtheGO has your back to help you prepare for a new season and an exciting new chapter in your life. September means a fresh new start … so what are you going to get started on? Summer is the time to chill out and relax and now it’s time to giddy up and go! Our city officially becomes Hollywood North as The Toronto International Film Festival takes over, and the Toronto Maple Leafs and Toronto Raptors practice their guts out to prepare for a very exciting season. Keep this issue of ONtheGO to keep you motivated and let’s be honest it totally makes a great magazine for your coffee table! Have an amazing month… Happy September! xo
September 2nd – September 3rd
The Annual TDOTFEST takes over Yonge Dundas Square! This free urban community music festival, run by Music Nation Foundation, will feature over 30 performances throughout the day, food trucks and marketplace vendors as well as a craft beer garden in the centre of the square. Headliners feature DRU, Peter Jackson, and Choclair and a few surprise guests.
Toronto International Film Festival
September 7th – September 17th
This is my favourite time of year! The time of year when Hollywood takes over our city! A-List celebrities wiggle on King Street and dance in Yorkville. So what is your plan? Make some reservations now! This is people watching season! Crazy fans, celebrities wasted on Bloor Street and the movies … yes lots of amazing movies! Here is a tip … remember YOU ARE ON THE LIST! Don’t let anyone tell you that you aren’t! Have a big tall glass of confidence, dress like a diva and off you go. Several clubs and restaurants will be serving until 4 am … so be sure to check out tiff.net for all the red carpet action!
Cirque Du Soleil
September 7th – November 12th
VOLTA … Freedom is the ultimate rush! It will tell you a story about the spirit that fuels the culture of action sports. It is an event for all ages, and trust me, you will lose your mind! Cirque always delivers. And the bodies … helloooooooo! These people are extremely fit, hot and talented! Enjoy the show … for tickets under the big top head to Cirquedusoleil.com.
Toronto Fall Home Show
September 15th – September 17th
Is your house a disaster zone? Get the inspiration and tips you need to organize your space at Toronto’s 29th annual largest Fall Home Show at the Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place (100 Princes’ Boulevard, Toronto). Discover ideas and solutions to overcome household challenges and find innovative products for your next project … plus shop great deals from over 300 retailers. Everything you need to shape your space is waiting for you at the Toronto Fall Home Show featuring industry pros and experts including Sharon Grech, Carson Arthur, Leigh Ann Allaire Perrault, Jo Alcorn, Yvonne Tremblay and many more. For more information or tickets call 416-644-5405 or visit fallhomeshow.com.
Sip, walk, repeat … all month long! Drink Toronto (DTO) guides visitors and locals through immersive walking and drinking tours of the most coveted local bars, restaurants and watering holes in Toronto’s hottest neighbourhoods. Grab a group of fun friends that love experiencing premium wine, beer, spirits and cocktails from Ontario and beyond. You will have the opportunity to discover the small upstarts, trendsetters and experimenters that give the Toronto drink scene a worldclass experience! The season begins with the West End Wine Discovery, running Tuesday to Saturday, 5–8pm. New tours and partners will launch throughout the fall. Each tour includes 5–7 different stops — all within walking, and let’s be honest, stumbling distance! Great for friends, family and team building! For bookings head to drinktoronto.ca. It’s the best way to see all the hottest spots in our city!
Keep reading … our team has so much more for you to do and see … if you have anything you want me to talk about be sure to email me at email@example.com. now seriously get ONtheGO!
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