Friday night, Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall played host to hometown rockers The Beaches along with the assistance of local…
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.
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.
Fans were “Crying” for more! Ambient rock group, Cigarettes After Sex (Partisan Records) brought their North American tour to Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall on October 21st for a sold-out gig full of hits, anticipation, and emotion.
Architects brought their Holy Hell tour to the Danforth Music Hall where they pummelled Toronto with an assault of high decibel music and pulsating lights.
When Chromatics hit Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall, along with Italians Do It Better labelmates Desire, In Mirrors, and Tess Roby, the entire night had an air of moxy that elevated everything beyond a mere live concert.
Anyone who says rock ‘n’ roll is dead needed to have their asses at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall last Friday. Rival Sons and openers Crown Lands delivered an epic show!
For fans of Ministry, this was a dream evening featuring a screening of Industrial Accident: The Story of Wax Trax! Records, sets from Ministry and Cold Cave and so much more at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall.
Deafheaven, Baroness and Zeal & Ardor recently delivered some sublime sonic chaos at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall and we loved every minute of it.
Last week a diverse crowd flooded Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall for a capacity show featuring Southern California punk rock icons Social Distortion, plus opening act Will Hoge.
Stereophonics, featuring Kelly Jones and co., delivered a Tragically Hip-friendly performance at Danforth Music Hall, including Hip drummer Johnny Fay, not to mention openers The Ramona Flowers.
The Danforth Music Hall was host to Australian psych rock band King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard on June 12th, who brought with them ‘70s nostalgia-rich punk band Amyl & The Sniffers.