Winter may still be lingering, but the shows coming to Toronto will certainly be heating things up! Here are some great artists hitting the city this month.
Milk and Bone at The Mod Club – March 1
Starting the month off right is Montreal group Milk and Bone. Touring in support of their latest effort Deception Bay, the duo are going to bring all of their dreamy pop songs to the very intimate Mod Club.
Lights at The Danforth Music Hall – March 1 & 2
Canadian pop singer Lights will be making a stop at the Danforth Music Hall for two nights in support of her latest album Skin and Earth. With one date already sold out and another inching to it, fans are going to want to be quick to snatch up tickets!
Dashboard Confessional at The Danforth Music Hall – March 10 & 11
After ten years since their last album, Dashboard Confessional are back and are stopping by the Danforth Music Hall on the 10th and 11th. With one show already sold out, and the other with just a few left, this is sure to be a great show for anyone wishing to re-live their former (or current) emo days.
Justin Timberlake at the Air Canada Centre- March 13 & 15
The highly anticipated tour from Justin Timberlake will be landing at the Air Canada Centre on March 13 and 15, in support of his latest, Man of the Woods. It may be a little challenging finding a seat for this one, as tickets sold out almost instantly. Timberlake announced more dates next October, that also sold out just as fast. Scalpers, anyone?
Demi Lovato and DJ Khalid at the Air Canada Centre – March 19
Pop superstar Demi Lovato is embarking on a co-headlining tour with DJ Khalid for her Tell Me You Love Me tour. If we know Demi, this tour is sure to be a wicked show. Lovato has been teasing images of her tour on her Instagram stories which include snippets of her dancers, her rocking a guitar, and some of her footage that’ll likely be played on the screens. With her powerful vocals and catchy tracks, this should be one for the books!
Pink at the Air Canada Centre – March 20 & 21
Another highly anticipated show this month will certainly be from Pink. After four years since her last stop in Toronto, where she brought acrobats and aerial stunts, knowing Pink, this tour will top it. Coming along with her as her opening act is Bleachers, whose lead singer, Jack Antonoff, has produced some tracks from Pink’s latest.
Lorde at the Air Canada Centre- March 29
The best way to round out March? With Lorde of course. Her latest album, Melodrama, has been climbing the tracks, and after a successful European run, the North American tour will go out with a bang. After being snubbed at the Grammys for not being included in doing a solo performance, Lorde took to Twitter to say that if you want to see how she puts on a real show, then you better come to this tour. Now isn’t that an invitation!