We Know Things To Do in Ontario!
And right now, you need to stay home! There are no events, no getaways, no reason to road trip. Check back later and keep your thoughts set on summer!! Stay safe and stay healthy.
You will never ask “What is happening north of Toronto (and in central and northern Ontario) this weekend”? again! Use our events calendar to find things to do in Ontario and even in Ontario this weekend or in the future. Whether you like to lay low and chill or get your rush from adrenaline-pumping activities and experiences – the calendar has events for everyone, in every season from the Bruce Peninsula to the Ottawa Valley!
Depending on your drive, you’ll find action anywhere from 1 hour away from Toronto to 5. Our events are not limited to highways 400 and 11 either. These are just the first two highway suggestions to travel north and find adventure in Ontario.submit your event
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The Traveling Milburys
March 28 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
There’s never been a group, let alone super group, in rock history quite like it. They created two mega albums and launched a slew of hits in the late 80’s and early 90’s, capped with a Grammy win in 1989. But one thing they didn’t do is tour.
That is… until now…
The Traveling Milburys capture the sheer talent, excitement and magic of The Traveling Wilburys for all to see and experience. Live. On stage. In your town. Featuring all the hits of The Traveling Wilburys PLUS classics from each individual artist – including George Harrison and The Beatles, Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, Jeff Lynne and ELO, Roy Orbison and Bob Dylan.
From the opening chords to the final encores of this energy-packed and hit-filled evening, this is without a doubt The World’s Greatest Tribute To The Traveling Wilburys.
“Close your eyes and it’s like you’re listening to a Wilburys albums. But then you open your eyes, and it’s like they’re really there – playing right in front of you…” ~ John Terrid, Toronto Star
“A roaring, eerily authentic tribute to The Traveling Wilburys, right down to the Rickenbacker, Gretsch and Gibson guitars.” ~ Chris Day, Ottawa Citizen
“I’ve got goosebumps on my goosebumps…” ~ Henry Hainsworth, Hamilton Spectator