Toronto Clubs & Concerts for Fall 2022

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Dave posing

Dave. Photo by Joe Magowan

Rolling Loud

Ontario Place
Fri., Sept. 9 – Sun., Sept. 11

International hip hop festival Rolling Loud is coming to Toronto for the very first time. Transforming Ontario Place into a three-day extravaganza, this inaugural event includes British rapper Dave (Fri., Sept. 9), Grammy Award-winner Future (Sat., Sept. 10) and Nigerian singer Wizkid (Sun., Sept. 11) as headliners. Canada’s own Belly, Roy Wood$ and Nav also perform.

Courtney Barnet

Massey Hall
Wed., Sept. 14, 8 pm / $49 – $79

This former NEXT cover star travels from the Australian desert to share her alt-rock prowess.

Alice Glass

Lee’s Palace
Tue., Sept. 20, 8 pm / $30

Experimental electronic artist Alice Glass tours her powerful debut solo album, Prey//IV.

Post Malone

Scotiabank Arena
Tue., Sept. 20, 8 pm /$107 – $634

May we all have as much fun as Posty appears to when he brings his hit machine to town.

Carly Rae Jepsen & Bleachers

Budweiser Stage
Thurs., Sept. 22, 7 pm / $50 – $75

Two pop icons team up for a massive outdoor show that promises to be a dance party.

The Weeknd

Rogers Centre
Thurs., Sept. 22, 7 pm / Sold Out

The make-up show from the make-out king of pop — should be massive.


Sun., Oct. 9, & Mon., Oct. 10, 7 pm $80+

The viral TikTok artist brings his gut-wrenching, lo-fi tracks to the east end for two nights.

Nova Twins

Hard Luck Bar
Tue., Oct. 11, 7 pm / $21

Throw yourself into the mosh pit at this British punk-rock duo’s energetic and colourful show.

Remi Wolf

Danforth Music Hall
Sat., Oct. 15 & Sun., Oct. 16, 7 pm $60+

Wear your best and wackiest outfit to the avant-pop stylings of California’s Remi Wolf.

Ken Mode

Baby G
Tue., Nov. 8, 8 pm / $15

This Juno Award-winning, noiserock group from Winnipeg tour their heavy-hitting new album, NULL.

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