Toronto New Year’s Eve Events 2019
Posted on: December 12, 2018 |
Are you ready for the New Year? Whether you’re ready or not, 2019 is right around the corner. Do you have New Year’s Eve plans this year? Whether you’re looking for a night out on the town or a kid friendly evening, there’s a New Year’s Eve event in Toronto for you!
Ring in the New Year at CRAFT Beer Market Ontario! Throughout the night, guests will get to sample the “Best of 2018” beers from Mascot Brewery, Henderson Brewing Co, Dominion City Brewing Co, Collective Arts Brewing and Left Field Brewery. With a ticket to this event, guests will get access to a 5 course dinner, beer pairing menu, champagne toast at midnight, a DJ and dancing!
Are you looking for a family-friendly New Year’s Eve event? Head to Nathan Phillips Square for an exciting countdown to 2019! This event will feature live musical performances and a firework show at midnight! Admission to the Nathan Phillips Square New Year’s Eve celebration is free.
Does a day-time New Year’s Eve event sound more like your speed? Visit the Royal Ontario Museum to see it transformed into a winter wonderland. This event will include three very different exhibits, including: Spiders: Fear and Fascination, Zuul: Life of an Armored Dinosaur and Wildlife Photographer of the Year. There will also be live performances and activities throughout the day. Are you unable to make it on New Year’s Eve? This event is open from Wednesday, December 26th through Sunday, December 6th!
This year, Ripley’s Museum is hosting its 2nd annual New Year’s Eve Shell-ebration! At this celebration, there will be music by The Dreamboats, a DJ, food stations, photo opportunities and more!
This year, the Chelsea Hotel will be hosting a Murder Mystery on the Scientific Symposium on Time Travel! The evening will begin with a buffet dinner, where you will meet some colorful characters. You don’t want to miss out on this whodunit mystery!
Make Space for 2019 With a Storage Unit Rental for the New Year!
One common New Year’s resolution is to have a less cluttered and more organized home. Unfortunately, this can be very difficult if you have out-of-season sports equipment, clothing or toys lying around the home. Items that are currently not in season can easily be stored at a storage facility.
Spaces Self Storage has two storage facilities in Toronto, one on Eastern Avenue and one on Dupont Street. The storage units at our storage facilities range in size and are perfect for any storage need. Reserve a storage unit at Spaces Self Storage today!