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It's been a minute since our favourite 90's boy band the Backstreet Boys has made their way to Toronto and we've been feeling the neglect. Earlier this year BSB found themselves in Quebec for the summer music festival, festival d'ete but have otherwise been focusing their time stateside on their residency in Vegas.  

However, now it's time for Toronto to get some love. The pop group will be performing at the Air Canada Centre on Dec. 9th during the 2017 iHeartRadio Canada Jingle Ball. Other artists making their way to the ACC for show include, Fifth Harmony, Fergie, and Kelly Clarkson. 

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If you've ever been to a sporting event or a concert at the Air Canada Centre in the past, you can attest that the security has always been, well, a little slack.

Sure, you have to line up for what feels like hours to walk through the metal detector, and if you have a bag a security attendant will quickly look inside. But it's never been overly intense considering what's happened around the world at stadiums and other large venues recently. 

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Toronto just got some very exciting news for Summer 2017 and we're so freaking excited. J.Cole just announced his world tour, 4 Your Eyez Only, and you know that he's going to be coming to show us some love. Maybe you didn't hear me correctly, but J.COLE IS COMING GUYS!

The artist will be performing at the Air Canada Centre this summer on July 28.  The tour comes after the release J.Coles 4 Your Eyez Only album that dropped last December.

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Small girl, big voice - singing sensation Ariana Grande has announced that her Dangerous Woman Tour will be making a stop at the Air Canada Centre next year.

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The Toronto Maple Leafs will be celebrating today's NHL draft in style. The public party will be hosted at the Ford Fan Zone in Maple Leaf Square tonight, Friday June 26th, starting at 5 p.m with the draft broadcasted on the big screen. 3,000 people are expected to attend the event.

After a rough 2014-2015 season the team can celebrate that their fourth overall pick is the highest selection the franchise has seen since 1989. The Leafs also have the 24th overall pick at the draft, which takes place in Sunrise, Florida.

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