Toronto Clubs & Concerts for Winter 2022

NEXT picks the 10 essential Toronto shows this Winter

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The 1975

Scotiabank Arena
Mon., Dec. 12, 7 pm
$69

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

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Allie

Drake Underground
Tue., Nov. 22, 8 pm
$20

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

Les Shirley

Monarch Tavern
Sat., Nov. 26, 8:30 pm
$12.50

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

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The Holy Gamblers

Dakota Tavern
Sat., Nov. 26, 10pm
$10

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

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Jessie Reyez

History
Mon., Nov. 28 & Wed., Nov. 30, 7 pm
$50+

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

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DAX

Lee’s Palace
Mon., Dec. 5, 8 pm
$39.90

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

Ghostly Kisses

Great Hall
Tue., Dec. 6, 7 pm
$33

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

Basement Revolver

The Garrison
Thurs., Dec. 8, 8 pm
$12

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
$20

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

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