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15 must-see concerts in Toronto this fall

The top concerts in Toronto this fall make for an incredible season of music with Florence + The Machine, Travis Scott and Fleetwood Mac dropping by. And while Elton John, Mitski and Blood Orange are coming as well, this list includes only concerts that aren't yet sold out.

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    • 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
    • October 3
      Zhu has been going strong since his recent single with Tame Impala for "My Life" and the house DJ isn't slowing down anytime soon.
    • October 4
      After scoring a number one album earlier this year with KOD, J. Cole has hit the road with a huge North American tour that's finally landed him here.
      Scotiabank Arena
    • October 8
      The world's biggest virtual band-hip-hop-electro-supergroup have only ever grown in popularity due to their original and imaginative sound helmed by Damon Albarn.
      Scotiabank Arena
    • October 9
      A pioneer for female musicians in the indie rock scene, Cat Power's powerful voice has defined her decorated career spanning nearly three decades.
    • October 16
      Seeing Florence Welsh live is an all around spiritual experience, not to mention the beauty and intricacy of the music that accompanies her.
      Scotiabank Arena
    • October 18
      Hot off the release of her debut album Isolation, Kali Uchis has been making waves, teaming up with some of the biggest names in hip-hop.
    • October 31
      Brooklyn artist Yaeji returns to Toronto to to give us another dose of her Korean house/trap mashups that we can't get enough of.
    • November 4
      For all the moody ones, Toronto's own Bahamas takes his time and plays it slow, encouraging listeners to get in touch with themselves.
    • November 7
      Experimental pop meets patriarchy-smashing Meghan Remy who draws on her roots as a Catholic school punk rock kid for inspiration.
    • November 5
      The timeless music of Fleetwood Mac has found new life in nearly every generation, making this one of the few concerts you can take your mom to.
      Scotiabank Arena
    • November 21
      When ASTROWORLD dropped this summer, the world got to see more of Travis Scott's incredible skill as a producer and lyricist.
      Scotiabank Arena
    • December 6
      Another Toronto export, indie pop band Alvvays has been winning international recognition for their catchy tunes and dreamy vibe.
    • December 19
      New to the R&B scene is the UK's Jorja Smith and, while she's still starting out, her spectacular voice is nothing short of mesmerizing.
    • December 21
      With the likes of Martin Garrix working with them, London, Ontario DJ duo Andrew Fedyk and Joe Depace scored huge with their hit "Body".
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    Florence + The Machine

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Florence + The Machine

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