Jessie Reyez

Joyous homecoming for Jessie Reyez

NEXT cover star has triumphant Toronto show

Sloan Struble of Dayglow

Dancing into the night with Dayglow

Postponed show delights delayed Dayglow fans

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Toronto Game Plan for Winter 2022

The 10 best things to do in Toronto this season

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Toronto Clubs & Concerts for Winter 2022

NEXT picks the 10 essential Toronto shows this Winter

Sabby Sousa

NXNE 2023 performers applications now open

Showcase festival sticks with free-to-apply policy

Denyse Thomasos. Untitled (Kingdom Come), 2011. Acrylic on paper, preparatory drawing for Kingdom Come, a site-specific installation at Oakville Galleries, 77.5 × 111.8 cm. Collection of Oakville Galleries, purchased with the support of the Elizabeth L. Gordon Art Program of the Gordon Foundation, administered by the Ontario Arts Foundation, and the Corporation of the Town of Oakville, 2022. © The Estate of Denyse Thomasos and Olga Korper Gallery, Photo: Craig Boyko.

Big, bold paintings highlight Denyse Thomasos in powerful AGO exhibit

An important Toronto artist is finally getting the major exhibit she deserves.

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A macabre makeover at Casa Loma

Spooks’ season arrives hallowed hall

The Weeknd

Weeknd creates a wonderland of lights, flame and hits

Hot hometown stadium debut of local hero.

Carly Rae Jepsen

Dancing through the night with Carly Rae Jepsen and Bleachers

Jack Antonoff’s Bleachers share stage and bill with Canadian hitmaker

Singer Post Malone

Everyman Post Malone delivers bare-bones, hit-filled show

Lovable rapper delights fans with dance moves and all the hits

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