Friday night, Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall played host to hometown rockers The Beaches along with the assistance of local…
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Oakland California’s thrashers Machine Head scorched the Danforth Music Hall on the Toronto stop of their Burn My Eyes 25th-anniversary tour with both new and original lineup gracing the stage, each to play their own bone-crushing set.
Helped by a very capable stable of opening bands that included Motionless In White, Stick To Your Guns, and Limbs, Beartooth got the crowd bouncing at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall.
American rockers Trans-Siberian Orchestra celebrated the last night on their 2019 winter tour, the Christmas Eve & Other Stories trek, and helped to close off the decade at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena with a very satisfying, and exhausting experience.
Pixies fans in Toronto showed up in full force to a sold-out performance at The Phoenix Concert Theatre, accompanied by local openers Ice Cream, playing a collection of fan favourites that spanned their long, influential career.
Dallas Green’s outfit City and Colour hit Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena with Jacob Banks and Ben Rogers and lived up to his local popularity with an epic 20-song set.
Buffalo natives Goo Goo Dolls proved why they are still going strong when they dropped by the Queen Elizabeth Theatre on their “Miracle Pill Tour” along with Philadelphia punk rockers Beach Slang.
The Andy Kim Christmas Concert celebrated the holiday season at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre with guests that included Kevin Drew of Broken Social Scene, Ron Sexsmith and Bif Naked.
We visited the Dr. Seuss Experience in Mississauga, ON, an interactive immersion into the world of Dr. Seuss. Whether you’re a fan or not, this is about as much fun as any child, or adult could have on a weekend afternoon.
Things got ska-licious at Rebel Nightclub, when The Interrupters, Skinny Lister, and Sharp Shock rolled through Toronto for an extremely entertaining, all-ages affair.
Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall played host to an evening of loud, powerful, and glorious heavy power metal when Hammerfall and Sabaton came through town.