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You can soon get access to 300 concerts in Toronto for only $25

At a time of dynamic pricing, fights over fees, and your favourite concerts selling out before you get a chance to pick your seat, buying tickets can be stressful.

But imagine having access to hundreds of artists for the average price of one local show. One returning music festival makes any live music fan's dream come true.

Canada's premiere festival for music discovery since 1995, North by Northeast (NXNE) takes over Toronto again this spring. For $25 you can get a pass to every showcase all week long.

NXNE will happen on Tuesday through Saturday, June 13 - 17. Concerts take place across over 20 venues around the city. 

Given that just one-time concert ticket is $15, the full festival pass for $25 is the way to go. This means you can endlessly experience new emerging artists on top of your favourite pick.

This is your chance to see hundreds of artists from Canada and around the world before they're bound to blow up.  

Notable Toronto local acts this year include The High Loves, Desiire, Neon Bloom, Oshanna, Techno Westerns, Jessica Sevier and Zeroscape. The full lineup is to be announced.

With a festival pass, you are also invited to the new NX HQ festival headquarters at It's Ok on 468 Queen St. West. There, you can hang out with artists and fans alike with live performances, panels, parties, a variety of band merch stands and a comfy lounge.  

Get your passes now on Showpass and see more detailed event listings as they appear on the NXNE website.  

Lead photo by

Matt Forsythe

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