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16 Toronto concerts worth seeing this November

Concerts, Arts, Events

16 Toronto concerts worth seeing this November

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Erin Davis Nov 01, 2017 7:48 am 1,146

Whether pop music is your thing, or you have a soft spot for indie rock, or you’re a rap-lover, the November Toronto concert scene has a little something for everyone.

From Liam Gallagher to Jay-Z, here are the best Toronto concerts in November.

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Katy Perry

Tap into your inner “teenage dream” and dance of those mini Halloween chocolate bars on November 1 when Katy Perry hits the ACC.

When:  November 1 at 7 pm
Where: Air Canada Centre
Tickets: Available online at $97.25 to $222.75

Niall Horan  

Irish singer and songwriter Niall Horan (of One Direction) takes the stage in Toronto just after his solo debut Flicker topped the Billboard 200. The album sold 152,000 total copies in its first week of release.

When:  November 1 at 8 pm
Where: Massey Hall
Tickets: Available online at $91 to $538 +

Janet Jackson

New(ish) mom Janet Jackson hits Toronto as part of her “State of the World” tour, where she’ll offer a high-energy performance of both new and old hits.

When: November 2 at 8 pm
Where: Air Canada Centre
Tickets:
Available online at $39 to $240 +

Arcade Fire

Grammy-winning Canadian indie rock band Arcade Fire (who don’t seem so “indy” anymore) hit the ACC to perform an eclectic, multi instrument-filled show of both old material and hits of their latest album, “Everything Now.”

When: November 3 and 4 at 7:30 pm
Where: Air Canada Centre
Tickets: Available online at $26 to $229

Great Good Fine Ok

Rising American synthpop duo Great Good Fine OK makes a stop in Toronto on their latest North American tour.

When: November 4 at 9 pm
Where: The Garrison
Tickets: Available online at $37

Lil Yachty


Rapper Lil Yachty – who has worked with names like Kanye West and LeBron since breaking out in 2015 – hits Rebel on November 5.

When: November 5 at 8 pm
Where: Rebel
Tickets: Available online at $29 to $40

Tegan and Sara


Beloved Canadian indie pop sister duo Tegan and Sara hit Toronto to fuel the crowd with nostalgic favourites as they tour their 10th anniversary for their 2007 album, “The Con.”

When: November 6 at 7 pm
Where: Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Tickets: Sold out (scalper, perhaps?)

Macklemore 


Rapper Macklemore – who recently made headlines for leading a “F*ck Donald Trump” chant at a recent Arizona concert – makes a Toronto stop at Rebel on November 8, where we can expect both older material and tracks off his new album.

When: November 8 at 7 pm
Where: Rebel
Tickets: Available online at $91 to $228

Josh Ritter

Josh Ritter – who was once named “one of the greatest living songwriters of all time” by Paste magazine – makes a Toronto stop on the tour for his latest album, “Gathering.”

When: November 8 at 7 pm
Where: The Opera House
Tickets: Available online at $32 (general admission)

Hayden and Sam Roberts

Hayden and Sam Roberts will grace the stage at Massey Hall for the fourth annual Dream Serenade show to raise funds for Toronto’s Beverley Street School. The lineup also features Sloan and Hannah Georgas.

When: November 11 at 8 pm
Where: Massey Hall
Tickets: Available online at $167 to $218

Bleachers

American indie pop band Bleachers will make a Toronto stop on the tour of their new album, “Gone Now.”

When: November 14 at 6:30 pm
Where: Phoenix Concert Theatre
Tickets: Available online at $35 to $437

Angus & Julia Stone

Australian folk and indie pop group Angus & Julia Stone – comprised of siblings Angus and Julia Stone – make a stop in Toronto mid-November to offer the perfect date night (or not) with their smooth, dreamy melodies.

When: November 15 at 7 pm
Where: Phoenix Concert Theatre
Tickets: Available online at $35 to $437

Jhene Aiko 

Fresh from the release of her latest album, “Trip,” American singer and songwriter Jhene Aiko will undoubtedly deliver a raw, emotional performance (the album was shaped by the death of her brother in 2012) at Phoenix Concert Theatre.

When: November 19 at 8 pm
Where: Phoenix Concert Theatre
Tickets: Available online at $54 to $67

Action Bronson 

American rapper (and former chef) Action Bronson will take the stage at Rebel as part of his “Blue Chips 7000” tour.

When: November 19 at 8 pm
Where: Rebel
Tickets: Available online at $34 (general admission)

Jay-Z 

Hip-hop mogul Jay-Z makes a Toronto stop on the North American tour for his acclaimed “4:44” album.

When: November 22 and 23 at 8 pm
Where: Air Canada Centre
Tickets: Available online at $58 to $463 +

Liam Gallagher 

Former Oasis lead singer will hit Toronto on November 23. Based on the tour so far, we can expect some Oasis classics in the mix, marking the first tour he has performed the songs solo.

When: November 23 at 7 pm
Where: Rebel
Tickets: Available online at $123 to $510


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