By Corey Van Den Hoogenband for BlogTO
Feb 1-18 Progress Festival
Progress is an international festival of performance and ideas curated and produced by a series of Toronto-based theatres, art centres, and dance communities.
Feb 3-4 Toronto Tea Festival
Sample hundreds of the world's finest teas courtesy of over 40 exhibitors stationed at this two day love letter to tea. Last year's over 3000 people attended, so expect to connect with fellow tea lovers.
Feb 5-7 Toronto Fashion Week
The latest installment of Toronto Fashion Week lands this month, and in addition to plenty of runway affairs, it includes an all new speaker series from top voices in the fashion and design industry.
Feb 10 Roundhouse Winter Craft
Craft beer, food trucks, campfires and DJs await at the Roundhouse’s cheap winter beer festival in February. Tokens sell for $1, then drinks are only one for a half or two for a full pint!
Feb 14-19 Toronto Black Film Festival
Back for a sixth year, the sister festival to the original Montreal show brings films representing storylines about Black people and the work of Black filmmakers to big screens in Toronto.
Feb 14-25 Rhubarb Festival
Canada's longest running new works festival transforms Toronto into a hotbed of experimentation, creating a space for the most adventurous ideas in theatre, dance, music and performance art.
Feb 16-18 Walvelength Winter Festival
This is one of the hottest spotlights of indie music all season, with local rising talents like Bossie and Plazas playing the same stage as names like Broken Social Scene's Brendan Canning.
Feb 16-18 Winterfolk
Toronto's annual blues and roots music festival returns to the Danforth this month for an all ages tour of five iconic venues over three days, with more than 150 artists performing.
Feb 17 D-Beat Forever Fest
The beloved vegan cafe, live music venue and DIY event space announced earlier this year that they're shutting down in February, but not before a three day music fest in honour of its tight-knit community.
Feb 22-25 The Artist Project
250 of the top contemporary artists from Canada and abroad grace Toronto with their work for the Artist Project. You can even buy pieces directly from the artists who stand out to you.
Feb 22-June Yoko One The Riverbed
Multi-decade, multi-discipline artist and activist Yoko Ono brings her three part Riverbed installation to Toronto. The installation is billed as something of a temporary art village inside the Gardiner Museum.
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