Toronto Nightlife In Photos - Pretty Girls Capital Of Canada!
New clubs pop up every week in Toronto and I can't help but explore them all so I took my camera and visited a bunch this weekend.
More random events from the party capital of Canada called Toronto.
This blog post includes photos from the following events: DJ Andy C @ CiRCA Nightclub, Rock Jam @ The Annex WreckRoom, DJ Tiesto @ Ricoh Coliseum and another event at Century Room.
Toronto has one of the best nightlife and music scenes in the country. The mainstream music scene is found at major venues in central downtown. But it’s those little hole-in-the-wall bars with those independent musicians that make for the most memorable experiences.
Toronto’s Entertainment District used to be known as a club district, where partiers would prowl at night. Though the weekend party scene has moved over to West Queen West, there are still great venues to catch a live act including the cozy, woodsy interiors of Cabin Five.
If you are looking to dance in the area, next-door neighbour The Fifth Social Club is a consistent choice in the ever-changing landscape.
West Queen West, Parkdale and Ossington are the areas that people now flock to for nightlife. The Drake Hotel plays host to a number of creative events and has a concert space in the basement. Down the street, The Gladstone is another alternative spot for niche parties and is known for its Karaoke nights at the Melody Bar.
On Ossington, revelers flock to hipster spots The Ossington and Levack Block; both venues are a split between lounge and dance party.
Parkdale has become a nightlife destination in recent years, thanks to underground dance parties (i.e. Milk) and destination clubs like Wrongbar, where you can dance to electronic music until the wee hours.