This week’s must-see Toronto shows

David Guetta David Guetta can't stop, won't.


David Guetta

David Guetta can’t stop, won’t stop. The 46-year-old Paris DJ and electro house producer has worked with the biggest pop stars in the biz, including Kelly Rowland on the single When Love Takes Over, which was chosen best dance-pop collab of all time by Billboard last year.

His sixth album’s on the way, and it’ll likely be full of more collaborations, seeing as one of its first singles, Bad, pairs him with Showtek and Vassy. The track just got its own zombie-themed animated video treatment (and went to number one, of course, on Beatport).

Fresh from a Las Vegas residency, Guetta brings his Decadence tour to the Kool Haus, with Paris & Simo and Sultan & Ned Shepard in the opening slots.

Thursday (April 17) at the Kool Haus/Guvernment (132 Queens Quay East), 10 pm. $55. INK, WT.

Ladyhawk, the Highest Order, Marine Dreams

Horseshoe (370 Queen West), Thursday (April 17)

Vancouver rockers’ 10th anniversary.

Ghost, King Dude

Phoenix Concert Theatre (410 Sherbourne), Thursday (April 17)

Melodic Swedish metal.

Milosh

Moniker Gallery (452 Richmond West), Thursday (April 17)

Photo exhibit and listening party.

DJ Questlove, Adrian Kain, Yosvani, DJ Dlux

Tattoo (567 Queen West), Thursday (April 17)

DJ set by the Roots drummer.

Avey Tare’s Slasher Flicks, Dustin Wong

Lee’s Palace (529 Bloor West), Saturday (April 19)

See preview.

Record Store Day In-Store

w/ PS I Love You, HSY, the Bicycles, Greys, DIANA, Unfinished Business

Sonic Boom (782 Bathurst), Saturday (April 19)

See preview.

Blood Ceremony, Volur

Trash Palace (89B Niagara), Saturday (April 19)

Heavy, flutey doom metal.

S Carey, White Hinterland

The Garrison (1197 Dundas West), Saturday (April 19)

Bon Iver drummer’s indie folk project.

DJ T & Tensnake

Coda (794 Bathurst), Saturday (April 19)

Hard-edged techno.

High Spirits, Cauchemar, Axxion

Bovine Sex Club (542 Queen West), Saturday (April 19)

Feel-good Chicago classic metal.

Armin Van Buuren

Metro Toronto Convention Centre South Building (222 Bremner), Saturday (April 19)

Dutch progressive trance.

Black Lips, Natural Child, Sam Coffey & the Iron Lungs

Phoenix Concert Theatre (410 Sherbourne), Tuesday (April 22)

Atlanta flower-punk.

Jessica Lea Mayfield, Gambles

The Garrison (1197 Dundas West), Wednesday (April 23)

Soulful country-folk.

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