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10 must-see concerts in Toronto this March

Must-see concerts for March 2019 in Toronto have no shortage of especially-talented musicians and singers taking the stage all over the city. Mariah Carey is ready to grace us with her divine presence and Travi$ Scott is back. Robyn is (finally) here and KISS are ready to say goodbye.

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    • March 5
      Having carved out a spot for himself on the world hip-hop stage with his steely flow and razor sharp raps, California's Vince Staples isn't one to miss.
    • March 7
      After a successful first run, Travi$ Scott has extended his hugely popular ASTROWORLD tour to once again bless Toronto for the night.
      Scotiabank Arena
    • March 14
      The long-awaited return of Swedish pop star Robyn has finally come with the release of Honey and its many high-energy electro hits.
    • March 12
      An unusual mix of electro pop and indie rock makes up London's TENDER who were recently featured in the Netflix hit To All the Boys I've Loved Before.
    • March 14
      What about us, James Bay? The singer is back to give us some much-needed wild love as part of his Electric Light Tour.
      Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
    • March 20
      Japan's all-female rock group is challenging repression with their music and using their art to redefine gender roles on the indie stage.
    • March 20
      The diva herself Mariah Carey is here to take on a no-doubt elaborate stage this month as she hits the road for her Caution world tour.
      Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
    • March 25
      With a sound to make you say "woah," experimental trap, hip-hop and dancehall rapper Leikeli47 is unlike anything you've ever heard before.
    • March 20
      It's the end of the road for glam rockers KISS, as they embark on a farewell tour that hits Toronto to rock 'n' roll all night, and party every day.
      Scotiabank Arena
    • March 28
      Like the progressive rock of old, Muse arrives with their own take on the genre and its emphasis on slow, spacey sounds and soaring gentle vocals.
      Scotiabank Arena
    Lead photo by

    Mariah Carey

Lead photo by

Mariah Carey


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