Swedish rocker and frontman, Tobias Forge, and his entourage of assorted nameless ghouls from Ghost, thrilled fans at the sold-out Sony Centre on Saturday, December 8th during the Toronto stop of the North American leg of “A Pale Tour Named Death.¨
Last Saturday night, ‘80s new wave sensations Echo and the Bunnymen made a stop in Toronto’s Queen Elizabeth Theatre, which was packed to the rafters for their “The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon Tour”, with support from Enation.
Maryland rockers Good Charlotte, along with supporting acts Sleeping With Sirens and Knuckle Puck, made a stop at Toronto’s Rebel during their rad “Generation RX Tour”.
Emmy Award-winning composer Ramin Djawadi, featuring his 80-piece orchestra, made a stop at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto on October 14, for a visually spectacular Game Of Thrones Live Concert Experience.
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.
On another hot, late summer’s Toronto night, ‘90s alt-rockers Counting Crows and Live brought the goods at Budweiser Stage on their “25 Years and Counting Tour”.
It was kind of fitting that 311, The Offspring, and Gym Class Heroes were in town on their “Never Ending Summer Tour” last week as it was a sweltering 30+ degrees at the Budweiser Stage.
It was rock-palooza at Budweiser Stage, as Breaking Benjamin, Five Finger Death Punch, Nothing More and Bad Wolves put on a clinic for their Toronto audience.
Last Saturday, at Budweiser Stage in Toronto, droves of rock fans congregated for a night of “Southern Rock Legends” as Lynyrd Skynyrd rode into town along with friends ZZ Top and 38 Special.
Last Wednesday The Smashing Pumpkins rolled through Toronto and stopped at Scotiabank Arena on their “Shiny And Oh So Bright” tour. Local rockers Metric opened ahead of things getting old-school.
On August, 1st, guitar legend Jeff Beck, of The Yardbirds, fame treated fans at Toronto’s Budweiser Stage to an awesome night of classic rock. Joining him were Bad Company’s Paul Rodgers and Ann Wilson of Heart.
Oh my.... Chicago’s punk gods Rise Against were in town at RBC Echo Beach, with friends AFI and Anti-Flag, this past Saturday night and it was RAD!
The Amy Lee-led American rockers Evanescence, along with Lindsey Stirling, made a stop at Toronto’s Budweiser Stage on the North American part of the “Synthesis Tour” this past Friday night.
Environment Canada issued an extreme weather advisory on Thursday night in Toronto as hurricane Rob Zombie blew through town and touched down at Budweiser Stage.
Last Wednesday California’s Suicidal Tendencies, along with New York’s Sick Of It All, blew the roof off Toronto’s Phoenix Concert Theatre and we’ve got the photos to prove it!
This past Sunday night DCD2 / Fueled by Ramen’s Las Vegas rockers Panic! At The Disco caused quite the stir at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena.
Excited Toronto fans waited in line for The Flats’ gates to open at Budweiser Stage since the wee hours of the morning on July 17th. Why? Vans Warped Tour was in town and the sold-out event was THE place to see and be seen.
Torontonians celebrated our southern neighbour’s Independence Day with a night of classic rock at Budweiser Stage when headliners Styx dropped by with Tesla!
On Tuesday night we weren’t lookin’ for nothin’ but a good time, and that’s exactly what we got as Poison rocked the Budweiser Stage, along with Cheap Trick and Pop Evil!
On June 14th, L.A. electronic hard rockers Hail Sagan hit Toronto for a very intimate (and LOUD) show at Hard Luck Bar, along with openers The Electric Dead.