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the 15 most anticipated Toronto concerts in 2020

Written by on December 16, 2019

Post Malone 

When: February 14

Where: Scotiabank Arena

This show comes hot off a massively successful year for the rapper who stayed at the top of the charts with several mega hits for most of it.


When: February 16

Where: Rebel

Legendary DJ and producer Tiësto is still making hits and ready to bring his signature house and techno beats to get you moving and grooving.

Tove Lo

When: February 16

Where: Queen Elizabeth Theatre

Tickets to see this Swedish pop singer were snapped up not long after they went on sale but if you can snag ticket, you better be ready to dance.


The Lumineers 

When: March 4

Where: The Scotiabank Arena

Folk stars The Lumineers are embarking on their first tour since 2016 and they’re ready to play songs off their new album III.


Blood Orange 

When: March 16

Where: Queen Elizabeth Theatre

After a sold-out show at the Danforth Music Hall last year, Dev Hynes is back at a bigger venue that’s still far too small to accommodate his incredible genius.



When: March 17-19

Where: The Danforth Music Hall

There’s still tickets left for the last of three shows added after high demand for Dundas’ own electro producer Dan Smith and his signature sounds.



When: March 18

Where: Queen Elizabeth Theatre

It’s been a big year for Thundercat—but more for his production work and features, which means he’ll still be playing his older hits at this show.

Elton John 

When: March 28

Where: Scotiabank Arena

The Goodbye Yellowbrick Road tour is obviously not ready to say goodbye as Elton John extends his farewell tour for two more Toronto dates.


Nial Horan 

When: May 6

Where: Scotiabank Arena

Boyband pop star-turned-country singer Niall Horan is embarking on a big North American tour that’s bringing him to Toronto for the night.


Tame Impala 

When: June 2

Where: Scotiabank Arena

Psych rocker Tame Impala is bringing new, cooled-out tracks to the stage alongside Perfume Genius for a mellow evening of music.


Maroon 5

When: June 28

Where: Budweiser Stage

Maroon 5 is still rocking after all these years and bringing their pop hits to Toronto with support from Leon Bridges and Meghan Trainor.


Harry Styles 

When: July 3

Where: Scotiabank Arena

Another former One Direction star and fashion icon, Harry Styles is coming to Toronto on both July 3 and 4 for his Love On world tour.


Alanis Morissette

When: July 11

Where: Budweiser Stage

It’s been 25 years since Jagged Little Pill and Alanis Morissette is celebrating the album that made her a star with an anniversary tour.

Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer

When: August 24

Where: Rogers Centre

Pop punk is in revival and nowhere can you celebrate its return to mainstream than with just some of the biggest bands that started it all.


Camila Cabello

When: September 4

Where: Scotiabank Arena

Things are getting hot as pop star Camila Cabello bings her Romance tour to Toronto and you just never know who might stop by! * wink *



Source: BlogTO