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The top 20 concerts in Toronto this spring

The top concerts in Toronto this spring sound like the greatest hits to your life. With shows from current hit makers and massive hometown names, to smaller indie pop bands and R&B singers, you'll see why springtime in the city is made for music. 

  • Concerts
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • April 10
      Bon Jovi can still rock a stadium. Expect big lights, smoke, riffs and hits.
      ACC
    • April 19
      Silverstein, Waterparks and Movements are all on board to support Good Charlotte on this reunion tour.
      The Danforth Music Hall
    • April 19
      Bernice opens for Charlotte Day Wilson, the smooth R&B voice that everyone is talking about. The perfect sound to usher you into summer.
      Mod Club Theatre
    • May 23
      What could be better than watching The xx perform songs from their latest woozy pop record on a beach as the sun sets? The answer is nothing.
      TD Echo Beach
    • April 24
      Bonobo is a British electronic music artist who creates dreamy landscapes of sound. His latest album has garnered rave reviews and features Toronto's Rye.
      The Danforth Music Hall
    • April 24
      Clean Bandit combines classical with pop and dance for the most addictive dance floor singles we've heard in a long time.
      The Phoenix Concert Theatre
    • April 30
      Before they were written about by The New Yorker and signed by SubPop, Metz used to play The Silver Dollar. Now they're playing the historic venue's final show.
    • May 4
      British singer-songwriter Nao has an R&B voice and sounds unlike any other. Her latest album got her a Brit Award nod for Best British Female.
      The Phoenix Concert Theatre
    • May 4
      The Swedish pop group returns to Toronto to play songs from their new record. Goldlink opens for their only stop in the city. 
      Danforth Music Hall
    • May 16
      Future, Migos and Toronto's own Tory Lanez are on tour? Yes, it's true and yes this concert will be off the chains.
      ACC
    • May 16
      After Kanye sampled "Panda," the game changed for this New York rapper, and this concert will show you how.
      The Phoenix Concert Theatre
    • May 26
      You can only image the merch, the hits, the guests and the performance that our boy is about to bring home to Toronto.
      Air Canada Centre
    • May 27
      This Baltimore synthpop band can fill a room with their massive sound and dreamy pop songs. If you like to dance, you should probably see this show.
      The Danforth Music Hall
    • May 28
      Animal Collective tours their latest record Painting With. Expect explosions of sound that will blow your mind.
      The Danforth Music Hall
    • May 29
      The British soul singer's album Love & Hate explains all the hurt in the world right now through his voice that's being compared to Marvin Gaye and Bill Withers.
      The Phoenix Concert Theatre
    • May 30
      Kiiara opens for hit makers The Chainsmokers. They're dominating pop radio right now, so get to this massive show and sing along.
      Air Canada Centre
    • June 2
      Ah, the good old days of early 2000s Brit pop! These Glasgow rockers don't have anything particularly new out, they just want to say hi.
      The Danforth Music Hall
    • June 17
      John Legend's Darkness and Light Tour was created to make you dance, cry, laugh, scream with joy and then just stand there in awe of his voice.
      Budweiser Stage
    • June 18
      There are a string of Alexisonfire shows in Toronto, so if you can't get into the first night, try your hand at the other three.
      The Danforth Music Hall
    Lead photo by

    Matt Forsythe of Alexisonfire

Lead photo by

Matt Forsythe of Alexisonfire


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