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18 Toronto concerts to check out in September

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Erin Davis Aug 31, 2017 7:23 am 1,453

The only thing that makes us feel better about kissing the summer goodbye and getting serious about our lives again post-Labour Day is the fact that September is full of some pretty great concerts in Toronto.

A solid line-up of musicians will grace the Air Canada Centre, the breezy Budweiser Stage and some of the city’s most iconic smaller music venues.

Here are 19 Toronto concerts in September that you need to know about.

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The Zac Brown Band

The country music lovers can kick off the month with an outdoor concert when the Zac Brown Band comes to town, fresh off the heels of their latest music video release for “Roots.”

When: Friday, September 1 at 7 pm
Where: Budweiser Stage
Tickets:  Available online at $46 to $131.50

Depeche Mode

Expect to see no shortage of parents letting loose like they did back in the day when English electronic band of the 80s and 90s, Depeche Mode, hits town.

When: Sunday, September 3 at 7:30 pm
Where: Air Canada Centre
Tickets:  Available online at $115 to $170

Labour of Love, featuring Hardwell, Alan Walker and Armin van Buuren

Labour of Love celebrates the last weekend night before school starts with the sounds of Hardwell, Armin van Buuren and Alan Walker, in an event that will keep beat-loving guests dancing until 4 am.

When: Sunday, September 3 at 10 pm
Where: REBEL Nightclub
Tickets:  Available online at $40 to $100

A Tribe Called Red at CNE

A trip to the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) can come with an added bonus of a concert from Canadian electronic music group, A Tribe Called Red.

When: Sunday, September 3 at 7 pm
Where: Canadian National Exhibition
Tickets: CNE tickets available online or at the grounds.

2 Chainz

American rapper 2 Chainz hits REBEL Nightclub as part of his Pretty Girls Like Trap Music tour.

When: Monday, September 4 at 8 pm
Where: REBEL Nightclub
Tickets:  Available online at $36.50 to $55

Lady Gaga

Anyone who has seen Lady Gaga live knows that she definitely puts on a costume-filled and visually stimulating show unlike any other (make sure your phone battery is charged).

When: Wednesday, September 6 and Thursday, September 7 at 7:30 pm
Where: Air Canada Centre
Tickets:  Available online at $45 to $275

The Weeknd and French Montana

If you saw The Weeknd concert back in the spring, you’ll know that the homegrown hip-hop artist’s shows are definitely something to text home about.

When: Saturday, September 9 at 7:30 pm
Where: Air Canada Centre
Tickets: Available online at $39.75 to $175.75

Queens of the Stone Age and Royal Blood

Fresh off the recent release of their latest album, “Villains,” The Queens of the Stone Age will hit Toronto to liven up your Saturday night.

When: Saturday, September 9 at 8 pm
Where: Budweiser Stage
Tickets:  Available online at $44 to $486

Ms. Lauryn Hill

Lauryn Hill will show the crowd that she still has “that thing” when she offers a dose of old school nostalgia and new material, with special guest Nas.

When: Sunday, September 10 at 6:30 pm
Where: Budweiser Stage
Tickets: Available online at $53 to $442

Bryson Tiller

Catch rising hip-hop star Bryson Tiller at Echo Beach now, when you can one day say that you saw him before he was selling out stadiums.

When: Wednesday, September 13 at 7:30 pm
Where: RBC Echo Beach
Tickets:  Available online at $63 to $83

Lil Yachty

Another rising rapper will hit Toronto mid-September. Yachty – who first gained recognition in August 2015 for his singles “One Night” and “Minnesota” – will offer as good of a reason as any to hit a club on a Wednesday.

When: Wednesday, September 13 at 8:00 pm
Where: REBEL Nightclub
Tickets:  Available online at $41 to $188

Simple Plan

Canada’s own Simple Plan will make a Toronto stop at the Danforth Music Hall as part of their North American tour.

When: Saturday, September 16 at 6 pm
Where: Danforth Music Hall
Tickets:  Available online at $78-$121

Father John Misty

American musician Father John Misty aka Josh Tillman will take over Massey Hall with his solo sounds, including those from his most recent album, “Pure Comedy.”

When: Monday, September 18 at 8 pm
Where: Massey Hall
Tickets:  Available online at $69 to $359

Oh Wonder

London-based alt-pop duo, consisting of Josephine Vander Gucht and Anthony West, make a Toronto stop fresh from a summer of music festivals and concerts in support of their second full-length album.

When: Monday, September 18; Tuesday, September 19; Wednesday, September 20 at 7 pm
Where: Danforth Music Hall
Tickets: Available online at $53 to $78

Feist

Canadian indie pop singer-songwriter and guitarist Feist is back with a new album called “Pleasure,” – the first one we’ve seen from her in six years.

When:  Sunday, September 24 at 8 pm
Where: Massey Hall
Tickets: Available online at $65 to $233

Nick Murphy

Australian pop phenomenon Nick Murphy (formerly known as Chet Faker) makes a Toronto stop on his world tour in the wake of redefining his music career and a recently released new EP.

When:  Monday, September 25 and Tuesday, September 26 at 7 pm
Where: Danforth Music Hall
Tickets:  Available online at $71 to $257

Thundercat

The multitalented Stephen Bruner, a.k.a. Thundercat, plays the bass, guitar and keys to accompany his silky smooth voice.

When: Wednesday, September 27 at 7 pm
Where: Danforth Music Hall
Tickets: Available online at $46 to $257

Tei Shi

Colombian and Canadian indie pop singer-songwriter closes out the month in Toronto, where she’ll perform tracks from her first full-length, Crawl Space, released this past spring.

When: Thursday, September 28 at 8 pm
Where: Mod Club Theatre
Tickets:  Available online at $37 to $222


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Erin Davis

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