How many times have you been in a concert in your life?
If you have never done this before, it is just right time to try it right now! Toronto is an awesome city where you can practically find a place to go to any day of the week. There are always some concerts or stand-ups or even sport games going on in the city. Being able to hang out seven days a week might even be considered a huge advantage of the big city. Daily Toronto is greeting artists from places from all around the world. Here are concerts of some local and neighbour artists this month.
On December 10 you can listen to Born Ruffians. Their Concert will take place at 6 pm The Silver Dollar Room, 486 Spadina Avenue. These guys are Canadian indie rock band formed in 2004. Seems that since they are playing together quite some time, the show is going to be great. No plans for Thursday? No problem! Check out the video and link down!
If Mondays are easier for you then next time you should come and have some chill time. Let’s go to Joanna Newsom concert. December 14th, at 7 PM in Queen Elizabeth Theatre. If you did not know Joanna is an American singer and actress, You can watch this video of hers and follow the link to get a ticket to see her.
December 15 you may see a performance of Future. There are still some tickets left, so catch your chance now! The concert will take place at Sound Academy. Do not miss this chance! Future is one of the most popular rap artists today. He is only 32 but already has a bunch of singles as well as feat. Here is one of his collaboration works:
Toronto is not only about indie and rock, those who love rap can easily find something they like. For instance Mac Miller concert Sunday night December 20 at Sound Academy. The artist originally is coming from Pittsburgh, United States. He is only 23 years old but tickets to his already start from $72! Seems rappers get all the money, when indies is somewhere in the shadow. And….did you know he participated in Scary Movie 5? May be it is time to watch it again?
So now you know what is up in Toronto. Where do you want to go? Or maybe you want to watch some sports?
No problem! Toronto loves sports too.