2011 January Events in Toronto

January events are mix of food festivals, entertainment, engine and travel show.

Get out of your hole and see, taste and experience the thrills this month!

New Year's Countdown
Countdown at the City Hall
at Nathan Phillips Square

Admission: Free
Be there before midnight. For directions, click HERE.

Next Stage Theatre Festival
January 5-16, 2011

Factory Theater125 Bathurst StreetToronto, ON M5V 2R2(416) 504-9971

How much / Ticket Price: $12 to $15

This is Toronto's premiere winter theater event! Don't forget to get your tickets. Impressive line-up this year!


Toronto International Boat Show
January 8 - 16 (Saturday and Sunday)

Direct Energy Center
at the Exhibition Place

How much / Ticket Price: $9-$17 / Save $3 dollars (buy it before January 8 / online)

Summer is still far but better plan it now by attending the Boat Show.


No Pants Subway Ride
January 9, 2011 / Sunday / 3:00 PM

Where: Assemble at the giant horseman statue in the middle of Queen's Park (walk South from Museum Station)

Monster Jam
January 22 - 23 / Saturday and Sunday

Rogers Center

How much / Ticket Price: Buy it HERE.

Watch the death-defying stunts of engines and men. Feel the heat of a 20-foot flame!

Interior Design Show
January 27 - 30 / Thursday to Sunday

Click HERE for details.

Toronto's Ultimate Travel Show
January 29 - 30 / Saturday to Sunday
Saturday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. | Sunday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building

How much / Ticket Price: $6.50 - $12.

Discover the world without leaving the city.


January 29 - February 10

Where: Participating restaurants

Click HERE for details.

January 29 - February 10

Free, discounted eats and entertainment festival!

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