Events in Toronto this December will help end 2017 on an high note, with everything from dazzling light shows to  winter festivals popping up all across town. In addition to all this, there are even more free events you’ve got to check out.Â
Events you might want to check out
Date About the Event Location
December 1-9
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Photorama
TPW’s annual fundraising exhibition is one of the funnest art events of the year with an opportunity to bring home work by acclaimed artists for prices that won’t make you faint.
Gallery TPW
December 8 – March 18
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Winter at Ontario Place
Ontario Place is coming back in a big way this winter with daily skate parties, a gorgeous lights exhibition designed by local artists, and plenty more activities. Best of all, it’s completely free.
Ontario Place
December 8
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Krampus Ball
Is all the holiday cheeriness too much for you? This annual night of Christmas mischief might be just the party you need. Catch wild performances like aerial chains, tight rope dancing, and body contortion.
Opera House
December 9
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Toronto FC in the MLS Cup
Toronto FC is set to duke it out with the Seattle Sounders for MLS championship glory in front of what will be a wild crowd at BMO Field.
BMO Field
December 11-15
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Alexisonfire
Toronto has a special relationship with Alexisonfire, and lucky for us the post-hardcore band has decided to spend the holidays here, with a four night residency at Danforth Music Hall.
Danforth Music Hall
December 16
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25 Days of Charity!
Choir! Choir! Choir! gets into the festive spirit with a show at the Phoenix to celebrate its 25 Days of Charity initiative, which raises money for an impressive array of local organizations. Expect some epic carolling at this one.
The Phoenix Concert Theatre
December 18 – January 7
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Casa Loma Canadian Winter Nights
Casa Loma will be transformed into a dazzling winter palace this December, with an impressive light display throughout its garden path, carollers, and tons of live entertainment.
Casa Loma
December 21
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Kensington Market Winter Solstice
The 28th annual Winter Solstice Parade turns the flame up on the longest night of the year to ring in the arrival of winter. Expect lots of pyrotechnics and community spirit.
Kensington Market
December 22
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12 Beers of the Holidays
12 local breweries are getting into the festive spirit by bringing you an all-you-can-taste beer drinking extravaganza. This one tends to sell out, so be sure to nab tickets before they’re gone.
Gladstone Hotel
December 26-28
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Solaris Music Festival
Easily one of Toronto’s biggest winter music festivals, Solaris brings electronic music powerhouses like Zeds Dead, Steve Aoki, and Slushii to the Rebel stage.
Solaris Festival

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