concerts september toronto

15 must-see concerts in Toronto this September

Must see concerts in Toronto for September 2019 are totally stacked with talent, like recent Best New Album winner Young Thug, Daniel Caesar and Banks to name a few. You won't find Lizzo or Shawn Mendes on this list because it only includes shows that aren't sold out.

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    • September 2
      Pioneers of the post-grunge genre, Breaking Benjamin have been mainstays in the hard rock scene and continue to innovate through their music.
      Budweiser Stage
    • September 3
      Banks has been heating up lately, gaining more and more buzz for her angelic voice that works with her R&B, classical and electric pop sound.
    • September 6
      The time for IGOR is now and Tyler, the Creator is bringing his fresh, alternative hip-hop sounds to the stage in all their oddball, hi-fi, 80s-influenced glory.
      Scotiabank Arena
    • September 10
      The legendary Mary J. Blige and Nas are teaming up for an epic night of old school hip-hop, rap and R&B tunes as part of their Together tour.
      Budweiser Stage
    • September 11
      These Icelandic indie darlings have new music out that's a departure from their cutesy pop roots, and you can hear it live when they come to play.
      Budweiser Stage
    • September 16
      Responsible for carving out a special place for ambient sounds in mainstream music, Tycho is coming with his special brand of cosmic tunes.
      Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
    • September 18
      Now with even more Depeche Mode influence, indie trio TDCC's new music is a fun, infectious and 80s-tingled trip into the dance universe.
    • September 20
      It's been a while since Bastille broke through into the pop stratosphere, but the indie pop band's new music is as booming and powerful as ever.
      Budweiser Stage
    • September 21
      Already huge Colombian reggaeton star J Balvin hit it even bigger with ROSALÍA on "Con Altura" and he's ready to bring his is Arcoíris tour to Toronto.
      Scotiabank Arena
    • September 21
      Friends don't let friends tour alone, and that's exactly why country singers Dallas Smith and Dean Brody are hitting the road together this summer.
      Budweiser Stage
    • September 24
      Bedroom indie-rock superstar Mac Demarco has come along way from his small Vancouver home studio, while still keeping it mellow and chill.
      RBC Echo Beach
    • September 27
      After two sold-out and eventful shows with Radiohead last year, frontman Thom Yorke is coming to Toronto for a stop on his solo tour.
      Scotiabank Arena
    • September 29
      This is the second of two shows for Toronto's own R&B star as he returns to perform some of his gorgeous and soulful tunes.
      Budweiser Stage
    • September 30
      Two hip-hop heavyweights have teamed up and are set to take the stage for a night that's sure to be So Much Fun.
      RBC Echo Beach
    • September 30
      The definition of a "must see," 21-year-old funk, rock and jazz guitarist Steve Lacy has become a rising star of his own after appearing on several features.
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    Young Thug

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