Get ready Toronto! A ton of talented artists are coming to grace the city with live performances very soon and we couldn't be more excited. Anderson .Paak, Robyn, Thundercat, No Name and many other artists are performing in Toronto this year. We cannot wait to see them tear up the stage.
Next month to kick off spring, Swedish singer, songwriter and producer Robyn will be coming to Toronto for a live performance at Rebel. The concert will be on Thursday, March 14 and you can already get tickets now! Tickets start at $69.50 and the show is 19+. To buy tickets, visit Ticketmaster's website.
Robyn is famous for her unique, catchy pop sound and is known for being a Swedish pop icon. The singer released her latest album last year in 2018 titled "Honey", which included singles like "Call Your Girlfriend". She is now doing a worldwide tour for her new release and stopping in Canadian cities Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver.
However, she's not the only artist coming to the city that has Torontonians excited in anticipation.
To start summer on the right foot, Anderson .Paak and The Free Nationals will be hitting up Toronto in June! They announced the final leg of their tour yesterday and we're so excited for them to be coming to Toronto very soon. They will be bringing their unique hip hop and R&B sound to the city.
Thundercat and No Name will be opening for Anderson .Paak and The Free Nationals, so this is definitely a concert with several talented acts that you do not want to miss.
The concert will take place at the RBC Echo Beach on June 1. Tickets will go on sale to the public on Friday, March 8 at 10 AM. You even have a chance of getting presale tickets right now by registering on Ticketmaster's website for the Verified Fan presale, starting now until Saturday, March 2.
Many other artists will be hitting up Toronto this year. Aqua, S Club, and other artists will be performing at a 90s dance party in Toronto this summer. Artists like Shawn Mendes, Jennifer Lopez, P!nk, and more are also coming to the city in 2019.
So many concerts, so little time. Get ready for a wild wave for concerts, Torontonians.