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With her long-awaited Honey album now out, Swedish pop darling Robyn will play Rebel in March. Plus just announced Toronto shows from YG, Weird Al, Iron Maiden, Laura Jane Grace and more. more

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King Princess headlines this week's just announced Toronto concerts. Plus: Lil Berete's first headlining hometown show, the returns of Long Winter and Jason Collett's Basement Revue and more. more

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The star-studded launch of a new arts incubator, a free pop hero Christmas show and some superstar hip-hop beef – these are our favourite Toronto concerts happening in November. more

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Canadian pop singer Carly Rae Jepsen will play a free show at Yonge and Queen this Sunday for Hudson's Bay and Saks's annual holiday window unveiling. more

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Massive Attack are going on tour for the 20th anniversary of Mezzanine, and Toronto is on the itinerary. Plus: new Toronto concert announcements from Ariana Grande, Deerhunter, A$AP Rocky and more. more

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Ducked Up and Metz are playing a benefit show on December 22 at the Opera House. Plus: just announced Toronto shows from The Internet, Arkells, Ella Mai, Mariah Carey and more. more

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Halloween 2018 in Toronto: whether you're into live band karaoke, Y2K nostalgia, classic cinema or drag, there's a Haloween party for you this year. more

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Sharon Van Etten, music's comeback kid, is coming to Danforth Music Hall in February. Plus: Jingle Ball gets Alessia Cara and Dua Lipa, Andy Kim's Christmas show gets Broken Social Scene and Billy Talent, and more just announced Toronto concerts. more

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Tragically Hip members Rob Baker and Johnny Fay will join Choir! Choir! Choir! for a free show, celebrating legalization and commemorating the anniversary of Gord Downie's death. That leads this week's just announced Toronto concerts. more

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This week's just-announced Toronto concerts post is highlighted by RapCaviar's Live tour, featuring Juice WRLD and Boi-1da. Plus: Bahamas announces a fifth show at Danforth Music Hall, John Legend plays an expensive Christmas show, and more. more

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Operators will play one of two Handsome Furs sets at Lee's Palace. That show leads this week's list of new Toronto concert announcements. Also: Pusha T, Killy, Teenage Fanclub, Dan Mangan and more. more

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Red Bull Music Festival Toronto has announced its lineup, which includes Alice Glass, DVSN, Lil Berete, a vogue ball at the Design Exchange, a conversation with super-producer Scott Storch, a Toronto hip-hop showcase and more. more

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Hayden's annual benefit concert Dream Serenade gets City and Colour, Barenaked Ladies, Owen Pallett, Weaves and more for its fifth edition. Plus: new Toronto concerts coming from Teyana Taylor, U.S. Girls, Cher and more. more

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Wu-Tang Clan are coming to Toronto: The legendary hip-hop group will play a free concert September 30 at Rebel, put on by Never Jaded more

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Jessie Reyez's hometown date on her Being Human On Tour tour leads this week's list of just announced Toronto shows. Also: Dinosaur Jr., Brockhampton, Cuff The Duke and lots of others. more

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Doja Cat leads our list of just announced Toronto concerts. Strangely, the Mooo! rapper is not playing Bovine Sex Club. Other shows coming to Toronto: J Mascis, Aminé, Keys N Krates, Lou Phelps, and more. more

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Travis Scott leads this week's list of just announced Toronto concerts, which also includes Lucinda Williams, Denzel Curry, The Lemon Twigs and more. more

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Billy Talent's benefit at the Danforth Music Hall will take place during Taste of the Danforth and will also feature City and Colour, PUP and more. PLUS: more just announced Toronto concerts. more

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Just announced Toronto concerts from Cat Power, Graham Coxon, Mac Miller and the Kensington Jazz Festival lineup and the Unity Festival lineup. more

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These Ontario music festivals, all outside Toronto, give you plenty of options for camping, day trips or just an afternoon of music in the sun. more

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