Your Official Guide to TIFF Parties.
Like all red carpets, the Toronto International Film Festival is no exception when it comes to parties. With famous faces, gorgeous venues, and 4 a.m. last calls, what’s not to love? And as the city gears up for another star-studded festival, there’s no better time to clear some room in your calendars for some of the best TIFF parties.
Mongrel Media has done it again! The historic Campbell House Museum will be transformed into an interactive playground and play host to premiere parties for Shoplifters, Capernaum, Dogman, and more over the coming week. Too bad this one’s a private event only for filmmakers, talent, and industry guests.
House of Aurora
The Historic former bank will be transformed into a celebrity hotspot over the TIFF opening weekend by Aurora Cannabis. This brand will be jumping into the game early, hosting a series of private red carpet premiere events, junkets, networking events, and a pop-up press studio.
This is one of the hottest spots in the city during TIFF. In the heart of all the action, RBC House will be hosting some notable events such as CIROC & Tequila Don Julio’s parties for The Public with Alec Baldwin, White Boy Rick with Matthew McConaughey, and Everybody Knows with Penelope Cruz.
Known industry-wide to be the most intriguing and highly coveted, the Grey Goose parties at Soho House always feature some of the biggest stars in town. This private member’s club would be hosting (ultra-exclusive) parties every single night of next week.
Eligible Magazine’s TIFF Bachelor Party
A fan of The Bachelor? Then you won’t want to miss this Bachelor alum-filled affair! Hosted by #BachelorNation expert, Jennifer Valentyne, join in on this intimate party with plenty of one-on-one time with The Bachelors and Bachelorette of the night on September 14th.
The rooftop of the TIFF Bell Lightbox building will be buzzing all week as the official after-party lounge of TIFF, starting with a three-day stint hosted by nightlife legends, 1 OAK, the hip “purveyors of world-famous nightclubs in New York, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas.” While open to the public, tickets are required.