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10 must-see Toronto concerts at Rogers Centre and Scotiabank Arena this summer

Concerts at the Scotiabank Arena and Rogers Centre in Toronto are an an unforgettable experience when you share them with tens of thousands of other fans singing along and lighting up the stadium.

From rock legends to K-pop phenoms, these are the most in-demand shows of the year. It's a reminder that this summer's concert schedule is going to be a scorcher at Toronto's largest venues. 

Here are some massive concerts that Toronto is gearing up for this summer at Rogers Centre and Scotiabank Arena.

  • Music
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • June 8
      Award-winning rockers Paramore have announced a monumental North American tour in 2023 supporting their next album This Is Why. Last year they played a sold-out show at HISTORY and are back by popular demand with even more room for fans of post-punk and pop nostalgia.
      Scotiabank Arena
    • June 17
      Ed Sheeran's + - = ÷ x Tour brings the pop singer-songwriter to Toronto for two nights at the Rogers Centre arena. Khalid and Rosa Linn join him on stage for the tour in support of his latest album =.
      Rogers Centre
    • June 20
      Witness rock royalty as the Fleetwood Mac vocalist Stevie Nicks makes an appearance in Toronto. "A Thousand Miles" artist Vanessa Carlton opens for Nicks for a night of incredible performances from the two hitmakers.
      Scotiabank Arena
    • July 2
      K-pop girl group TWICE will embark on a tour promoting their latest EP, Ready to Be. It features their second English-language single "MOONLIGHT SUNRISE." They were just awarded the Breakthrough Award by the 2023 Billboard Women in Music Awards.
      Scotiabank Arena
    • July 8
      R&B goddess Beyoncé is blessing Toronto for two nights on her highly anticipated Renaissance World Tour. It is her first tour in seven years, in support of the acclaimed 2022 album Renaissance.
      Rogers Centre
    • July 24
      Pop songstress P!nk kicks off the North American leg of her Summer Carnival tour in Toronto, alongside Brandie Carlile and Grouplove.
      Rogers Centre
    • August 11
      The chart-topping hit "Unholy" exponentially propelled Sam Smith's stardom this past year and won a Grammy in the process. They celebrate the new album Gloria with an epic tour alongside Toronto songstress Jessie Reyez.
      Scotiabank Arena
    • August 13
      Pop diva Madonna graces our fair city with The Celebration Tour featuring four decades of all-time classic hits. She will be joined by Bob the Drag Queen, a.k.a. Caldwell.
      Scotiabank Arena
    • September 3
      After years of record-setting tours, iconic rockers Guns N' Roses hit the road once again. They stop at Toronto's largest venue as one of four Canadian dates.
      Rogers Centre
    • September 10
      Legendary musician Eric Clapton has five shows planned in North America this year and Toronto is one lucky pick. His backing band features Doyle Bramhall II, Paul Carrack, Nathan East, Sonny Emory, Sharon White, Chris Stainton and Katie Kissoon.
      Scotiabank Arena
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