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Vanessa Heins

The Polaris Prize winner heads up this week's just announced Toronto concerts. Also: Thom Yorke, Charli XCX, Toro y Moi and more Read more

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Plus: Deliluh's album release, Big K.R.I.T., the Horseshoe's 72nd birthday and Feast In The East's annual outdoor park show Read more

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Venus Fest and Futuro Libre will present a free music fest within the theatre fest. Plus: just announced concerts from Tyler, The Creator, Bon Iver, Wilco, Sleater-Kinney and more Read more

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Plus: upcoming Toronto concerts from Carly Rae Jepsen, Lucy Dacus and Devendra Banhart, Hollerado adds another farewell show, and more acts announced for NXNE. Read more

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Craig Wetherby

NXNE has announced a wave of new artists for its free Yonge-Dundas Square Festival Village area, including Killy, Greys, Snotty Nose Rez Kids, Walrus and more. Read more

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A Club Called Rhonda

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Taking place over four days concurrent to mainstream Pride, the indie fest promises underground vibes and zero corporate funding Read more

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Regina Gently

Samuel Engelking

Nyssa and Regina Gently will play the resurrected Vazaleen party at Velvet Underground. Plus: just announced Toronto shows from Weyes Blood, DAVE, David Berman's new project Purple Mountains and more. Read more

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Dave Hogan

It's not being rescheduled after all – the "Canada Rocks" show at Burl's Creek in Oro-Medonte, Ontario will take place on June 29, as originally scheduled Read more

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Joe Leonard

Plus: Flying Lotus, Ride, Angel Olsen, Phantogram and a Toronto Jazz Festival tribute to Downchild Blues Band featuring Dan Aykroyd and Paul Shaffer. Read more

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Richmond Lam

Broken Social Scene will return to the site of some of their most myth-making concerts on July 1. Plus: just announced Toronto shows from Flying Lotus, Mark Kozelek, blink-182 and others. Read more

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Big Freedia

Samuel Engelking

After a tumultuous year that saw Pride teeter on the brink of insolvency, organizers have planned a scaled down, more locally focused festival Read more

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Dilly Dally, Sauna, Suuns, Kiwi Jr and more will play the festival at the Baby G, the Garrison and Dundas West Fest. Plus: Electric Island's lineup, Lizzo changes venues and more in this week's just announced Toronto concerts roundup. Read more

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Jenna Ledger

The singer/songwriter also premieres the Kevin Drew-directed video for June and announces a Venus Fest release show at the Baby G Read more

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You now have two chances to see the quickly rising singer/rapper Lizzo in Toronto. Plus: upcoming concerts from Tame Impala, Kurt Vile, the full CMW lineup and more. Read more

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As part of NXNE's 25th anniversary, the free downtown Festival Village will expand to four stages, while the Club Land wristband will sell for the 1995 price of $29. Read more

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Shervin Lainez

The classic CanRock band Stars plays alongside Alvvays, Rhye, Buffy Sainte-Marie and more. Plus: the Raconteurs, Hot Chip and more in this week's just announced Toronto concerts. Read more

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Green Space Festival

Spencer Xiong

Danny Tenaglia and The Black Madonna headline Green Space Festival's TreeHouse rager at the Ex, while Drag Race stars hold down Barbara Hall Park Read more

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Dave Hogan

The British rockers are postponing their upcoming North American tour after a doctor advised singer Mick Jagger's he needs medical treatment Read more

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Pooneh Ghana

The Strokes will play their only North American non-festival show on May 20 at Toronto's Budweiser Stage, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary. Read more

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The 2000s R&B stars will be headlining the final day of Toronto’s Festival of Beer this summer, but not before another Fyre Fest doc premieres. Read more

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