Toronto metal fans were given a real treat when The Opera House hosted All That Remains, Lacuna Coil, Bad Omens, and Uncured for a show that was a metalhead’s delight.
As part of their “Mothers House Of Horror Tour,” Los Angeles heavy hitters In This Moment made a stop at Rebel in Toronto on October 15th and put on not just a rock concert but a Halloween-themed metal theatrical spectacle.
Twenty-year-old blues sensation Christone “Kingfish” Ingram stopped by Uxbridge Music Hall in Uxbridge, Ontario and without mincing words, the show was utterly incredible.
The Pure Noise Records tour recently hit Toronto’s Opera House with Stick To Your Guns, Counterparts, Terror, Sanction and Year Of The Knife all delivering a killer time!
In 2019, Toronto’s Festival of Beer was back and stronger than ever. Read our rundown of all of the highlights, including beers from Great Lakes Brewery and Brewery Ommegang, pizza from Queen Margherita Pizza and music from Dwayne Gretzky.
Slash with Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators and Dirty Honey made a stop at Toronto’s Rebel Nightclub as part of their “Living The Dream Tour” and it was a night loaded with pure rock and roll!
Reignwolf recently hit Toronto’s Mod Club Theatre, performing much of their debut record Hear Me Out. Windsor two-piece The Blue Stones added to the evening’s experience by dropping forty minutes of dirty blues.
Brantford, ON hosted another epic edition of WTFEST with The Sheepdogs, USS, The Beaches, Ascot Royals, Bonds Of Mara, and Caleb Turgeon all delivering top-notch performances.
1980’s rock ‘n roll legends Def Leppard, along with their counterpart Tesla, absolutely rocked the Budweiser Gardens in London, Ontario, filled with two and a half hours of hard-hitting classics and memories.
Canadian punk rockers PUP along with Partner, Twin Peaks and Cayetana sent everyone home a happy camper after their hometown show July 21st at RBC Echo Beach.
Toronto fans were treated to a rousing rock spectacle when Jacksonville, Florida hard rockers Shinedown came to RBC Echo Beach on July 9th, along with Badflower, Dinosaur Pile-Up and Broken Hands.
Last Sunday, July 7th, R.B.C. Echo Beach hosted longtime Canadian pop punk band Simple Plan for a fun night of energy and fan favourites.
As part of their Wisconsin Death Trip Tour, a reformed Static-X with a new, masked lead singer, delivered a high-energy performance at Toronto’s Opera House and brought along with them DevilDriver, Dope and Wednesday 13.