Carly Rae Jepsen to play Hudson’s Bay holiday window unveiling in Toronto

Good news, Jepheads: Carly Rae Jepsen is about to be Queen of Holiday Window Unveilings. The grown-up conduit to all.


Good news, Jepheads: Carly Rae Jepsen is about to be Queen of Holiday Window Unveilings. The grown-up conduit to all your teen emotions will be playing a set to commemorate Hudson’s Bay and Saks Fifth Avenue’s third annual unveiling.

The bar has been set high (and reportedly expensive) by the first two years’ performers: Mariah Carey and Pentatonix, but Jepsen’s hordes of adoring fans are sure to pack Queen and Yonge for the free afternoon performance, this Sunday (November 4) at 4 pm.

It helps that, despite her CanCon credentials, Toronto concerts by Jepsen are relatively rare and when they do happen, they tend to be stately ceremonial affairs rather than pop blowouts. This likely isn’t a full concert either these things are typically just a few songs but with a new one coming out this week, and at least one killer Christmas cover in her arsenal, it should satisfy.

Toronto singer/songwriter Johnny Orlando will be opening, and there will be a milk and cookie bar, a snow globe customization station and the iconic huge piano from FAO Schwarz, which is new to the city. Maybe Jepsen can call in a favour and get Tom Hanks there to play it?

Sunday (November 4) at Hudson’s Bay (176 Yonge). 4 pm. Free. More just announced Toronto concerts here.

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