Toronto concert-goers are in luck this summer. Several famous artists are hitting up the 6ix this season for Toronto concerts over the next couple months. Artists like Luke Bryan, Sum 41, Queen, Carly Rae Jepsen, Flo-rida, TLC and Nelly are all expected to hit up Toronto before it gets depressingly cold again.\nSum 41 announced its plans to return to Toronto for a homecoming performance this summer back in April. The Canadian rock group is scheduled to play Echo Beach on August 8th with special guest Grandon performing as the band’s opening act.\nCountry fan rejoice! Country Music darling Luke Bryan will hit the Budweiser Stage on September 5th as part of his Sunset Repeat Tour. Bryan will be supported by Cole Swindell and John Langston.\nToronto, we’re coming home this summer! Last year you were so crazy at @vanswarpedtour that we decided to do our own show at @RBCEchoBeach with @grandson! Get pre-sale tickets Tue 4/23 @ 10am using password SKUMFUK. https://t.co/2c86gcXxMt pic.twitter.com/TlvJvaALNW— Sum 41 (@Sum41) April 22, 2019\nLegendary 70’s rock band Queen and Adam Lambert will be appearing at the Scotiabank Arena on July 28th for a night of classic hits and good vibes.\nCarly Rae Jepsen announced back in May that she be embarking on a cross Canada tour. The tour will include stops in Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Thunder Bay, Montreal, Hamilton, Toronto, Ottawa, Kitchener, and finally ending with a show in London, Ontario on September 19.\nCanada, I'm coming home 🇨🇦 Check back tomorrow for #TheDedicatedTour pre-sale code! Pre-sale May 24On-sale May 31 pic.twitter.com/V0vzXgvbay— Carly Rae Jepsen (@carlyraejepsen) May 23, 2019\nAlso, did we mention that Flo-Rida, TLC and Nelly are heading to Toronto on August 7th? The trio is bound to bring fans back to the mid-2000s when life was simpler and people were still getting down to “Get Low”.\nFinally, to kick off the start of the fall season, Canadian icon Avril Lavigne will be performing in Toronto. She recently announced her first tour in over six years, called Head Above Water. She'll be performing in Toronto on October 6 and in 14 American cities. It'll be her only Canadian stop on the whole tour!\nDays before Avril's Toronto show, Post Malone will be performing in the city with Swae Lee on October 3.\nThere you have it, Toronto music fans! No excuses! This summer’s lineup truly has a little bit of everything from punk rockers to pop acts we got it all this summer concert season!