concerts September toronto

10 must-see concerts in Toronto this September

September concerts in Toronto make the city a place to catch some very talented folks. Childish Gambino is here for one night and Bruno Mars returns for another dose of 24k Magic. Elton John, Let's Eat Grandma, Sophie and Neko Case are also here—but they're all sold out!

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    • September 2
      Everyone's favourite giant-mouse-helmet clad trance DJ is in town for a one day music festival with Monstergetdown and Manzone & Strong.
    • September 6
      Acapella is the name of the game with Grammy-winning Pentatonix and their upbeat hits, with support from Echosmith and Calum Scott.
      Budweiser Stage
    • September 8
      Rewind it back to the 90s when pop music ran the world while Aqua's hyper dance hits and Prozzak's animated videos ruled the airwaves.
      RBC Echo Beach
    • September 10
      Busy man Childish Gambino has found time to make it to Toronto for one of only a handful of stops on his North American tour with Rae Sremmurd.
      Scotiabank Arena
    • September 15
      Style on 100, Rina Sawayama arrives from London with her one woman show and a vibe reminiscent of all the 90s girl groups combined.
    • September 19
      In what amounts to a spiritual experience, Hozier arrives to perform in Toronto alongside Hudson Taylor.
    • September 22
      Put your pinky rings up to the moon because Bruno Mars is stopping in Toronto to give us some of that 24k Magic for the first of a two-night stint.
      Scotiabank Arena
    • September 27
      We all remember where we were when "This Love" came out and Maroon 5 hasn't looked back since, now here to play songs from Red Pill Blues.
      Scotiabank Arena
    • September 27
      A man of many styles and sounds, Leon Bridges lends his beautiful voice to both soulful acoustic ballads, electro collabs and everything in between.
      RBC Echo Beach
    • September 28
      Two legends come together for a night of reggae and Reggae-inspired pop as Shaggy and Sting take the stage for the night.
    Lead photo by

    Donald Glover

Lead photo by

Donald Glover

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