Whether you’re a huge music fan, or just looking for a fun night out with friends — there’s a concert happening in Toronto this month to please everyone.
Here are some shows we’re looking forward to attending in March:
TY SEGALL AND THE MUGGERS @ THE DANFORTH, MARCH 4, 2016
This will most likely be a high-energy show well suited for any indie/psychedelic/garage rock fan. Segall and his band are touring in support of his latest record, Emotional Mugger, and will be sharing the stage with new indie rock band CFM.
Check out “Girlfriend” from 2012 album Melted:
TICKETS: http://www.ticketmaster.ca/event/10004F6BC29664AB (19+)
BEACH HOUSE @ THE DANFORTH, MARCH 5/6, 2016
Beach House were set to play a two-night stand at The Danforth. But with tickets in such high demand, they’ve announced a third show at an installation venue (tickets already sold out) on the 4th. The indie dream-pop band is on tour promoting their latest album, Depression Cherry.
Check out “Space Song” off Depression Cherry:
DAUGHTER @ THE DANFORTH, MARCH 7/8, 2016
If you’re looking for something a little more relaxed, you may want to check out one of two Daughter shows happening this month at The Danforth. The indie-folk trio is definitely worth seeing live.
Check out to “Youth” off of their debut album If You Leave:
LEON BRIDGES @ MASSEY HALL, MARCH 10, 2016
The R&B/Soul/Gospel artist will play to a sold-out crowd, along with opening act Son Little in just over a week. Bridges played The Danforth last October, and high demand for tickets meant an upgrade to the larger (and iconic) venue Massey Hall this time around. There are a few select tickets still floating around on StubHub.
Check out “Coming Home” off his album of the same name:
BADBADNOTGOOD @ THE DANFORTH, MARCH 12, 2016
Canadian hip-hop/jazz instrumental group BADBADNOTGOOD will play to a hometown crowd at The Danforth, supported by Marvel Alexander.
Check out “Cant Leave The Night” from III:
DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE @ THE ACC, MARCH 23, 2016
Death Cab needs no introduction. The almost 20-year-old alternative rock band returns to Toronto in the wake of their latest release, Kintsugi. They will be supported by one of Toronto’s most successful indie acts, Metric.
Check out the classic “I Will Possess Your Heart” from Narrow Stairs:
For a full list of shows taking place in the city this month, check out SongKick.
By: Alex Reinprecht