Must-see concerts in Toronto for December 2018 have lots of homegrown talent slated to perform, with Jesse Reyez, Alvvays, Loud Luxury, Shad and Fucked Up ready to rock 'n' roll. This list includes shows that still have tickets, so sadly the lovely Jorja Smith is not on here.Events you might want to check out:
Jessie Reyez (December 3 @ The Danforth Music Hall)
Brampton's talented Jessie Reyez hasn't slowed down since her hit "Figures" and move towards the international spotlight.
Basement Revue (December 4-27 @ Longboat Hall)
Jason Collett's annual music festival is back with four nights of performances featuring surprise guests.
Haerts (December 8 @ The Drake Hotel)
Thumping drums, heavy synth, soaring vocals and a mix of musical influences are what make up this New York-based electro pop band.
Ghost (December 8 @ Sony Centre for the Performing Arts)
The Grammy Award-winning band is in town on their massive North American that wraps in Brooklyn mid December.
The Internet (December 9 @ Rebel)
Innovators of the trip-hop scene, this group flexes an eclectic sound that incorporates both classic R&B vibes and experimental elements.
Alvvays (December 10 @ The Danforth Music Hall)
If you move quickly enough, you can still grab tickets for the fifth and final show in this concert series by Toronto's own indie pop rockers.
Shad (December 15 @ The Great Hall)
There's still a chance to catch the much loved rapper as a handful of tickets remain for the second of two shows at the Great Hall.
Mumford & Sons (December 18 @ Scotiabank Arena)
Garb your nicest fendora and freshest plaid shirt because the stars of the modern folk rock movement are packing the seats for two nights this month.
Loud Luxury (December 21 @ Rebel)
With the likes of Martin Garrix working with them, London, Ontario DJ duo Andrew Fedyk and Joe Depace scored huge with their hit "Body".
Fucked Up (December 22 @ The Opera House)
Toronto's own punk rockers continue to put the city's scene on the map, and they're playing alongside Metz Witch Prophet, Joel Eel and Sydanie.
by Lisa Power via blogTO