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The top 45 concerts in Toronto this Fall

Concerts in Toronto this fall range from local heroes like Daniel Caesar, Feist and Arcade Fire to massive names like Jay-Z, Katy Perry and Marilyn Manson. The fall music season this year does not disappoint, just don't forget those ear plugs.

  • Concerts
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • September 24
      Feist released a very subdued, but beautiful record this year. To hear it live in this venue will be nothing but a pleasure.
    • September 29-30
      Meetz plays two-very loud nights at this perfectly grimy live music spot.
    • October 2
      The high energy rockers make a big return to the stage, and they just released a greatest hits record, so you're guaranteed to know all the words if you're a fan.
      The Danforth Music Hall
    • October 3
      The legendary electronic ensemble are getting rave reviews for their latest tour. They pretty much invented music to chill to.
    • October 3
      The TSO celebrates the incredible catalogue of one of the most-honoured film composers of all time. Enjoy all your fave themes, including the Star Wars, E.T., Jaws, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Jurassic Park, Schindlers List, and more.
      Roy Thomson Hall
    • October 4
      The latest member of One Direction to go solo hits the road on a world tour, including this single, intimate stop in Toronto. 
      Massey Hall
    • October 4
      The pop sensation just dropped her latest album and stops in on Toronto. She'll be singing a lot more than that "Closer" song with the Chainsmokers, that's for sure.
      Air Canada Centre
    • October 4
      MmmmmmBop! One of the most adorable pop-brother-trio's of all time is celebrating their 25th anniversary with the Middle of Everywhere Tour.
      The Danforth Music Hall
    • October 5
      The king of doom, gloom, creepiness and goth rock is touring his latest record and pissing off Bieber fans wherever he goes.
    • October 6
      A night of dream-pop from the Baltimore electronic indie rockers.
      Massey Hall & Roy Thomson Hall
    • October 7
      One of France's best exports since baguettes, it's Yelle! The pop thing is doing a fun club tour get to get intimate and dance-y with her fans.
    • October 8
      The New York "212" house diva lands in Toronto for a high energy night of dance music, vocals and attitude. 
      The Opera House
    • October 11
      The legendary Chilean-American composer is respected around the globe for his soothing, woozy sounds, mixes and albums. Don't miss your chance to see him live.
      Massey Hall & Roy Thomson Hall
    • October 13
      A night of massive pop songs infused with guitar, emotion, grit and sugary appeal unlike any band since No Doubt.
    • October 13
      Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets In Concert with the TSO. Watch the movie live along with the band.
      Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
    • October 15
      These two buggers re-scheduled this show from earlier this summer, but it doesn't really matter because it's only going to feel like summer while you're dancing to all the hits at this big show.
      Air Canada Centre
    • October 16
      Kesha has had a very big year. The comeback of the year, maybe? She's got enough pop hits and new emotional songs to keep you dancing 'till the lights come on.
    • October 16
      The legendary English rock band have new material and plenty of back catalogue to present a memorable evening of music to their Toronto fans.
      The Danforth Music Hall
    • October 19
      The California rockers who gave us "Pumped Up Kicks" have a new record and people are liking it. You might need to hear a lot of it until they play your favourite song towards the end.
    • October 25
      Yup, they're still around, people still love them, they've still got hits and enough energy to put together a new tour. Fans won't want to miss the M A N I A Tour.
      Air Canada Centre
    • October 29
      The North American leg of their massive Not In This Lifetime reunion tour will cover all your favourite hits and misses.
      Air Canada Centre
    • October 30
      The red headed queen of piano and poetry returns to Toronto on her Native Invader Tour to play songs from her latest record.
    • October 31
      Katy Perry shows off her new album, hits and looks during the Witness World Tour. 
      ACC
    • November 2
      Janet had to take a break during her tour a couple years back to have a kid and divorce her husband. Now happier, in shape and richer than ever, she's touring all the hits on her State of the World Tour.
      Air Canada Centre
    • November 3
      Did you get the memo about the dress code? Check the internet and see what's up. You'll be refused entry if you're dressed like an a-hole at the Infinite Content tour.
      Air Canada Centre
    • November 9
      Part of The Internet, Syd struck out on her own this year with amazing results. This show will be one for the books.
      The Phoenix Concert Theatre
    • November 9
      The Prince of Toronto gloom, darkness, and cemetery soundtracks made a move to a slightly more optimistic and electronic sound with his latest record. Don't miss this show.
      The Danforth Music Hall
    • November 16
      Giant screens, lasers, fire and two British electronic producers jumping around the stage with flags and club hits, is what you'll get with this show.
    • November 17
      Alice Glass is out, but Edith Frances is in and Crystal Castles continue their noise-y electronic explorations. 
      Danforth Music Hall
    • November 17
      Toronto's very own Spice Girls tribute band not only play all the Spice hits, but all kinds of 90s pop gems with their live band.
      The Phoenix Concert Theatre
    • November 18
      Best known for his song "Lovesick," which reached number one on the Spotify Viral charts, this is one up and coming electronic man you do not want to miss seeing while you can.
      Danforth Music Hall
    • November 21
      Did you know Cut Copy came out with a record this year? It's true. There are no big hits yet, but these Aussies always put on a most excellent show.
      The Phoenix Concert Theatre
    • November 22
      One of the most interesting pop things to release music this year, Dua Lipa's "New Rules" is all over the radio and the internet right now. This will be a great night of pop.
    • November 22
      The 4:44 Tour will be a testament to the album of the same name released this year, and a guaranteed night hip hop entertainment.
      Air Canada Centre
    • November 23
      The Oasis man brother gone solo hits Toronto on his world tour. 
      Rebel
    • November 27
      Warm, fuzzy, furry indie rock from Brooklyn makes its way to Toronto for a night of favourites and new material from their brand new record.
    • December 2
      The boys of rock and electro make a grand return... with their new friend called techno to help push the dance party to intense new levels.
      The Phoenix Concert Theatre
    • December 3
      LCD Soundsystem's new album has been getting rave reviews, and now they're touring it with a giant rock and dance concert. Expect lots of sound and lights and hits.
      Air Canada Centre
    • December 8
      One of the most emotional, pop-goth, over-the-top rock bands of our time are touring again.
      Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
    • December 9
      The American indie-rockers recently released their 7th studio album and are on this intimate tour in support of it.
      Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
    • December 9
      If you had a million dollars, would you buy tickets for all your friends with bottle service to see the great return of the BNL? Good news! You don't have to pay THAT much.
    • December 13
      The much-loved Toronto indie-pop group does a four-night residency on the west side to make sure all their local friends and fans get a chance to hear their new stuff.
      Mod Club Theatre
    • December 16
      Snoh Aalegra opens for one of the most buzzed-about artists in Toronto this year. This is the first of three sold-out shows, so good luck to you!
      The Danforth Music Hall
    • December 21
      The stompa Canadian diva has had quite a year, and she caps it all with a final show in the city.
      The Danforth Music Hall
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    Jay-Z

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