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From VIP luncheons to all-star barbecues

The next three days will truly be a test as to how many parties one can visit without passing out from exhaustion.

The next three days will truly be a test as to how many parties one can visit without passing out from exhaustion.

Approximately 40 parties hit the circuit — everything from mid-morning VIP luncheons to all-star barbecues. Hope you’re wearing your flats!

Tonight, things are about to Suck. Suck, the rock ’n’ roll vampire spoof, marks its territory with an undead gala party at The Phoenix Concert Theatre on Sherbourne. Look for the ghostly haunts of Iggy Pop and Alice Cooper to make an appearance. Party starts at 10 p.m.

Across town, Crash director and writer Paul Haggis channels a good cause with the charity party, Artists for Peace and Justice, at the Windsor Arms Hotel. Starts at 10:30 p.m.

Tomorrow, festival party-mania switches gears to more signature events like the Holt Renfrew party. The stylish-inspired gathering takes place at Toronto’s famed furniture hub The Burrows Building on Queen West. Kicks off at 9 p.m.

Also tomorrow night, the OneXOne gala takes centre stage in a concert gala featuring Mary J. Blige at Kool Haus at Queens Quay E. Starts at 9 p.m.

However, it’s the annual Canadian Film Centre celebrity barbecue hosted by film director impresario Norman Jewison that will have you eating out of your hands. Runs from noon to 3 p.m. on Sunday at the Canadian Film Centre.

Lastly, Metro Toronto and Mongrel Media partner up to present the after-party for Cairo Time at the Boiler House in the Distillery District. Starts at 10 p.m.

May the party gods be with you this weekend.

 
 
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