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10 must-see concerts in Toronto this February

Must-see concerts in Toronto for February 2020 are ready for another round of Post Malone and a visit from Tory Lanez and friends. Tiësto brings the beats while pop acts like Tove Lo will lift your spirits through this cold month.

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    • February 3
      Things are getting hardcore with punk rock power rapper Nascar Aloe as he brings his big sound and even bigger hair to Toronto for the night.
    • February 6
      Groovy is the name of the game for musician Michael Kiwanuka and his sweet-sounding soul guitar playing alongside Sammy Brue.
    • February 9
      Live well with London's Palace as the boys play their melodic, bluesy rock tunes that move to a slow tempo that's deceivingly simple.
    • February 14
      This show comes hot off a massively successful year for the rapper who stayed at the top of the charts with several mega hits for most of it.
      Scotiabank Arena
    • February 14
      Country, rock, indie, jazz and now a sprinkle of pop; Chicago duo Whitney have let their sound evolve on their newest album Forever Turned Around.
    • February 16
      Tickets to see this Swedish pop singer were snapped up not long after they went on sale but if you can snag a ticket, you better be ready to dance.
      Queen Elizabeth Theatre
    • February 16
      Legendary DJ and producer Tiësto is still making hits and ready to bring his signature house and techno beats to get you moving and grooving.
    • February 22
      Having hit it big with "Lovers", this Norwegian dream pop singer has already had her songs mixed by The Chainsmokers and she's not stopping there.
    • February 23
      Toronto's own rap star is hitting the home stage as part of his Chixtape Live tour alongside some pals which means anyone could show up.
      Coca-Cola Coliseum
    • February 28 - March 1
      The city's own east end girls have been busy carving out a place for themselves in the alternative rock scene with their dancey, hard-going tunes.
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    Post Malone

Lead photo by

Post Malone

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