Must-see concerts in Toronto for November 2018 land all over the musical spectrum, with hip-hop, jazz, rock, electro, soul, pop and even some orchestra action for good measure. Included here are shows that have not sold out, and luckily there's still some left for The Weeknd.Events you might want to check out:
Bahamas (November 1 @ The Danforth Music Hall)
For all the moody ones, Toronto's own Bahamas takes his time and plays it slow, encouraging listeners to get in touch with themselves.
Fleetwood Mac (November 5 @ Scotiabank Arena)
The timeless music of Fleetwood Mac has found new life in nearly every generation, making this one of the few concerts you can take your mom to.
Kamasi Washington (November 5 @ Sony Centre for the Performing Arts)
Celebrated jazz performer Kamasi Washington has appeared on many hip-hop albums and has become renowned for his intricate sax playing.
The Weeknd (November 6 @ Rebel)
The Weeknd returns home for a big concert featuring some of his pals, including Nav, Bryson Tiller and The Neighbourhood.
U.S. Girls (November 7 @ Lee's Palace)
Experimental pop meets patriarchy-smashing Meghan Remy who draws on her roots as a Catholic school punk rock kid for inspiration.
Young the Giant (November 8 @ REBEL)
Big, booming sounds arrive with the innovative and electric sound of California rockers Young the Giant, here to play alongside Lights.
Wild Nothing (November 12 @ Opera House)
A changing sound encompasses this indie rock group that's begun experimenting with pop and electro, and they're here alongside Men I Trust.
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (November 15-17 @ Sony Centre for the Performing Arts)
The fourth chapter in the Harry Potter series comes alive as the Toronto Symphony Orchestra performs the score alongside the film.
Travis Scott (November 21 @ Scotiabank Arena)
When ASTROWORLD dropped this summer, the world got to see more of Travis Scott's incredible skill as a producer and lyricist.
John Legend (November 27 @ Sony Centre for the Performing Arts)
The EGOT himself is here to get you in the holiday spirit with his soulful sound as he sings some classic Christmas tunes.
by Lisa Power via blogTO