Toronto Clubs & Concerts for Winter 2022

NEXT picks the 10 essential Toronto shows this Winter


The 1975

Scotiabank Arena
Mon., Dec. 12, 7 pm

British indie rockers tour their latest album with an impressive theatrical stage production.



Drake Underground
Tue., Nov. 22, 8 pm

This Juno nominee shares her soulful album, Tabula Rasa, tapping into her ancestral roots.

Les Shirley

Monarch Tavern
Sat., Nov. 26, 8:30 pm

Celebrate the More Is More album release with this kick-ass, all-female Montreal rock band.


The Holy Gamblers

Dakota Tavern
Sat., Nov. 26, 10pm

Layering pedal steel and vocal harmonies, this local group expertly blend their country music influences.

Reyez posing

Jessie Reyez

Mon., Nov. 28 & Wed., Nov. 30, 7 pm

Double hometown shows for this R&B artist who returns with her powerful sophomore album, Yessie.

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Lee’s Palace
Mon., Dec. 5, 8 pm

This Nigerian-Canadian rapper brings his honest lyrics and infectious energy to Bloor Street.

Ghostly Kisses

Great Hall
Tue., Dec. 6, 7 pm

Sink into the delicate dream-pop stylings of French-Canadian singer-songwriter Margaux Sauvé.

Basement Revolver

The Garrison
Thurs., Dec. 8, 8 pm

This Hamilton group blends ’90s-inspired indie rock with fuzzy dream pop, promising a night to remember.

Jesse Gold

Velvet Underground
Fri., Jan. 20, 8 pm

Rising indie pop star Jesse Gold returns to the road with his catchy new EP, If Not Now.

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