Lyon @ Adelaide Hall
February 2nd, 2017
$12.00 | 19+
Toronto singer Lyon has bubbled just outside of mainstream success for the past few years, but she appears to be going full on pop star now with the release of her latest EP Falling Up from last year. She’s a ton of fun and will be an artist to watch out for.
Cœur de pirate @ Danforth Music Hall
February 4th, 2017
$37.75-$48.00 | 19+
The Quebec born singer performs in both official languages and her show is one to behold as she in multi talented with both instruments and stage presence.
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Red Hot Chili Peppers with Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue @ Air Canada Centre
February 4th, 2017
$69.00-$119.00 | All Ages
Sure RHCP hasn’t put out a game changing album in almost 20 years, but they still rock hard and put on a fun and very energetic show. Opening for the Peppers is Trombone Shorty a funk king from New Orleans that should not be missed by those attending.
Sampha @ The Mod Club
February 12th and 13th, 2017
$26.00 | 19+
If you haven’t listened to the Capsule podcast in recent months, you may have missed Mehek gushing over this super talented Brit. He first made people notice working with SBTRK but last year he was on Kanye, Solange and Frank Ocean’s records. Now is his time to shine.
Tove Lo @ Massey Hall
February 17th, 2017
$45.50 | All Ages
I’m still absolutely befuddled that Massey Hall booked Tove Lo and that she agreed to play there. Her music is pure dance pop and Massey is a seated (sometimes stuffy) venue. Either way her last album Lady Wood was pretty amazing.
Hamilton Leithauser @ The Opera House
February 13th, 2017
$20.00 | 19+
The former Walkmen frontman released one of last year’s best non-pop pop albums as he collaborated with former Vampire Weekend tastemaker Rostam Batmanglij. While Hamilton will be touring alone, hearing their songs live will be a treat.
Japandroids @ Danforth Music Hall
February 17th and 18th, 2017
$32.75-$35.25 | 19+
The Vancouver duo has come back with a vengeance after a four-year break between albums. Playing two sold out shows at Danforth will make for a sweaty rocking time.
February 17-19th, 2017
Various Price | Check Listings
The Toronto institution Wavelength Festival is celebrating their 17th birthday this year and their line up is one for the ages yet again as they showcase the best up and coming Canadian talent and acts from around the world. Make sure you get a full weekend pass so you can see TOPS, DIANA, PHÈDRE and many more!
Run the Jewels @ Danforth Music Hall
February 19th, 2017
$46.00 | All Ages
Rap’s best duo struck again with their third album dropping for free on Christmas day. Killer Mike seems to rap better with his back up against the wall and political tension all around while El-P has further refined the RTJ sound as the baddest group around.
Thundercat @ Danforth Music Hall
February 28th, 2017
$30.25 | 19+
Many people just know him as Kendrick Lamar’s bassist or Flying Lotus cohort, but his music will make you a believer. His outfit game is also a must watch as you never know what he will make cool next.