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The top 30 concerts in Toronto for summer 2017

Concerts in Toronto this summer feature huge stars like Katy Perry, Lady Gaga and Bieber as well as bands and artists such as U2, Metallica, Lady Antebellum and John Mayer. Don't forget all the free music that'll also contribute to your soundtrack of this season.

  • Concerts
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • June 23
      U2 will be performing their iconic album Joshua Tree from beginning to end on this anniversary tour. Expect a few surprise hits thrown in.
      Rogers Centre
    • June 24
      July Talk and other special guests join Hamilton heroes the Arkells for this big summer rock show.
      Budweiser Stage
    • June 29
      Country superstars Lady Antebellum hit the road this summer on their You Look Good 2017 World Tour with Kelsea Ballerini and Brett Young.
      Budweiser Stage
    • July 5
      Bob Dylan and His Band are taking over Canada this summer, touring songs from his three-part album Triplicate.
      Air Canada Centre
    • July 6
      Enrique and Pitbull pretty much are summer in the form of two talented Latino men. So dive into all the dance hits, put your hands in the air and enjoy.
      Air Canada Centre
    • July 7
      Ed returns to Toronto on his non-stop world tour. The hits just keep pouring out of his man's mind, so don't miss your chance to sing along live.
      Air Canada Centre
    • July 10
      Gorillaz might have released one of the greatest albums of the year and when they tour, you go. No questions. The onstage guest list is worth the ticket price alone.
      Air Canada Centre
    • July 15
      Put that Iron Maiden tank or t-shirt to good use and see the band everyone seems to be wearing these days.
      Budweiser Stage
    • July 16
      Metallica released Hardwired...to Self-Destruct in 2017 and now they're touring. They'll probably throw in a few massive hits, light and smoke for good measure.
      Rogers Centre
    • July 18
      How can you even think twice about getting tickets to soul queen Jill Scott's show? How dare you.
    • July 18
      Adam Lambert joins Queen on the road once more, this time for a summer arena tour of North America. They'll stay in Toronto for two nights.
      Air Canada Centre
    • July 18
      Thirty Seconds to Mars and PVRIS open for stadium rockers Muse. Expect huge sound, lights, and the perfect mix of electronic and rock.
      Budweiser Stage
    • July 25
      Kendrick Lamar, with special guests Travis Scott and D.R.A.M., makes his first stop on the Damn Tour. Kendrick will be back again in August.
      ACC
    • July 28
      J. Cole's 4 Your Eyez Only Tour will include special surprise guests, you can bet on that. He's got friends here.
      Air Canada Centre
    • August 1
      Hans Zimmer, the Oscar-winning composer who's work include the Lion King, and Pirate of the Caribbean, is touring! He blew crowds away at Coachella.
      Air Canada Centre
    • August 9
      Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats open for Kings Of Leon. So many fist pumps, so many screams.
      Budweiser Stage
    • August 11
      Shawn Mendes makes hits and he's bringing this tour around the world. Don't miss his Toronto stop as it'll be a homecoming moment like no other.
      Air Canada Centre
    • August 13
      Earth, Wind & Fire and CHIC ft. Nile Rodgers on tour? Together? The volume of funk, soul, disco and pop during this two hour show will be a workout for your mind and body.
      Air Canada Centre
    • August 18
      Green Day brings their Revolution Radio Tour outdoors and by the water to show off songs from their 2016 album.
      Budweiser Stage
    • August 21
      Coldplay bring their big hits, sound, and light show to the biggest music venue in the country. Let's hope they leave the dome open.
      Rogers Centre
    • August 26
      Bruno Mars hits are undeniable, they get into your head and never leave. He also has a way of starting any dance party, anywhere as soon as a song comes on. Imagine a full concert of this?
      Air Canada Centre
    • August 29
      John Mayer is searching for everything on this latest world tour. This is also the name of his latest, acclaimed album of pop hits.
      Budweiser Stage
    • August 31
      For Southern country soul like no other, catch the Zac Brown Band and if you're lucky they'll sing that Avicii song they did last year.
      Budweiser Stage
    • September 5
      Justin Bieber cannot stop touring. He can't stop putting out hits either, so you should probably get to this show and sing and dance because you know you're going to love it.
      Rogers Centre
    • September 6
      Head all the way back into the 1990s and the early 00s with Matchbox Twenty and Counting Crows.
      Budweiser Stage
    • September 7
      There is no other pop performer like Lady Gaga. Any chance you have to see this force of nature live, do it. It will forever change you.
      Air Canada Centre
    • September 9
      Now that the Weeknd has shown he can animate the Reference Library, why not come back to the ACC and sing around his giant starship, one more time?
      Air Canada Centre
    • September 10
      Comedian Hannibal Buress and reggae fixture Chronixx open for Miss Lauryn Hill and Nas as them embark on a joint North American tour.
      Budweiser Stage
    • September 12
      Katy Perry shows off her new album during the Witness World Tour, which is here for two nights.
      ACC
    • September 13
      H.E.R. and producer Metro Boomin open for R&B/soul sensation Bryson Tiller on this North American tour for his new record True to Self.
      RBC Echo Beach
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