The top concerts in Toronto for April 2019 welcome you to a world of amazing sounds as Metric, Earl Sweatshirt and Dizzy hit the stage. Cher is ready to turn back time and Ariana Grande is here. You won't find Broken Social Scene or Kodak Black here as this list is for shows with tickets left.Events you might want to check out:
Ariana Grande (April 3 @ Scotiabank Arena)
Coming off a hugely successful year, Ariana Grande gets raw on her Sweetener tour and sings about the ups and downs she's faced.
Earl Sweatshirt (April 5 @ Phoenix Concert Theatre)
Staying true to his roots, Earl Sweatshirt's unique raps maintain the flavour and sound of his Odd Future pals but with a style of his own.
Orville Peck (April 13 @ The Great Hall)
Rough and raw, Orville Peck is coming up as one of country's rebels, inspired by the rebels of the past, with a modern edge.
Wintersleep (April 13 @ The Danforth Music Hall)
From Halifax comes indie rockers Wintersleep and an upbeat sound that harkens back to Maritime traditions of catchy tunes.
Dizzy (April 16 @ Mod Club)
Oshawa's indie poppers Dizzy are hot off their Juno win for Alternative Album of the Year and their gentle sound isn't one to miss.
Jai Wolf (April 19 @ Phoenix Concert Theatre)
Known for his experimental and unique electro mixes, Jai Wolf has created tracks that are spacey and delicate, standing as worlds of their own.
Cher (April 22 @ Scotiabank Arena)
The one and only icon Cher is taking her incredible, high-energy on-stage performances worldwide and dropping by Toronto to sing some classics.
Foals (April 22 @ Rebel)
Form the bars and taverns of Oxford, Foals have been steadily on the rise as they continue to shift and change their sound.
Black Lips (April 25 @ Phoenix Concert Theatre)
Beloved all over for their old school, messy, psych rock sound, the Black Lips are screaming it out alongside Toronto's Fucked Up and Wooing.
Metric (April 26 @ Scotiabank Arena)
This Toronto talent knows no bounds as Metric rocks their new wave tunes on the big stage, alongside fellow T.O. babies July Talk.
by Lisa Power via blogTO