With pandemic restrictions finally lifted, many artists in the United States and Canada can schedule concerts in Toronto for the first time in more than two years.
This month, a live band will be performing across town at a number of different venues, but we’ve decided to narrow down some of our favorites.
Don’t hesitate to check if tickets are still available (retail or resale) and maybe we’ll see you there!
Lil Tecca – April 12 @ History
Lil Tecca is a rising artist who has enjoyed immense success in recent years. He broke into the scene with a hit single titled “Ransom” and followed that up with impressive features, videos and projects. His show this month at History is sure to be fun and might even feature some big-name guests.
Lucky Daye – April 13 @rebel
Lucky Daye is an R&B artist with a cult fan base who appreciates his classic sound. The artist has been churning out some of the best R&B music for several years now, but it seems like the mainstream is just starting to catch on. Either way, the Rebel crowd will likely be amazing – so grab that special someone and get ready to sing and dance.
JoJo – April 13 @ Danforth Music Hall
In the mid-2000s, JoJo made history as one of the most successful teenage artists of all time. In the years that followed, she released a number of albums and explored other creative outlets like television and film. Still, she has a huge catalog of hits to choose from for her shows in Canada.
After her performance at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall on April 13, she will perform in Montreal and Ottawa on April 14 and 16 respectively. Her three Canadian shows will be supported by Toronto R&B singer Amaal.
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Killy – April 24 @ Axis Club
Those of us who have been to Killy’s concerts know that this is something special to see.
The artist’s stage presence is unlike anyone else, and the crowd matches the energy 10x. We can almost guarantee speakers, moshing and lots of hype.
Young MA – April 28 @ Phoenix Concert Hall
Young MA has been working for several years since the release of his single “Ooouuu”. The artist now has a long list of hits that she is ready to perform on tour. A packed crowd in Phoenix is the perfect place to hear everything she’s been working on for the past few years.
A day before performing in Toronto, the artist will also perform in London, Ontario.
Olivia Rodrigo – April 29 and April 30 @ Massey Hall
While you might say Olivia Rodrigo’s music isn’t for everyone, the past two years have proven otherwise.
The young artist has won several artist awards and has broken records for streams, music videos, and more. After quickly selling out his first Toronto date, the artist has doubled down and will now be performing concerts on Fridays and Saturdays at the end of the month.