Must see concerts in Toronto for September 2019 are totally stacked with talent, like recent Best New Album winner Young Thug, Daniel Caesar and Banks to name a few. You won't find Lizzo or Shawn Mendes on this list because it only includes shows that aren't sold out.Events you might want to check out:
Breaking Benjamin (September 2 @ Budweiser Stage)
Pioneers of the post-grunge genre, Breaking Benjamin have been mainstays in the hard rock scene and continue to innovate through their music.
Banks (September 3 @ Rebel)
Banks has been heating up lately, gaining more and more buzz for her angelic voice that works with her R&B, classical and electric pop sound.
Tyler, the Creator (September 6 @ Scotiabank Arena)
The time for IGOR is now and Tyler, the Creator is bringing his fresh, alternative hip-hop sounds to the stage in all their oddball, hi-fi, 80s-influenced glory.
Mary J. Blige and Nas (September 10 @ Budweiser Stage)
The legendary Mary J. Blige and Nas are teaming up for an epic night of old school hip-hop, rap and R&B tunes as part of their Together tour.
Of Monsters and Men (September 11 @ Budweiser Stage)
These Icelandic indie darlings have new music out that's a departure from their cutesy pop roots, and you can hear it live when they come to play.
Tycho (September 16 @ Sony Centre for the Performing Arts)
Responsible for carving out a special place for ambient sounds in mainstream music, Tycho is coming with his special brand of cosmic tunes.
Two Door Cinema Club (September 18 @ The Danforth Music Hall)
Now with even more Depeche Mode influence, indie trio TDCC's new music is a fun, infectious and 80s-tingled trip into the dance universe.
Bastille (September 20 @ Budweiser Stage)
It's been a while since Bastille broke through into the pop stratosphere, but the indie pop band's new music is as booming and powerful as ever.
J Balvin (September 21 @ Scotiabank Arena)
Already huge Colombian reggaeton star J Balvin hit it even bigger with ROSALÍA on "Con Altura" and he's ready to bring his is Arcoíris tour to Toronto.
Dallas Smith and Dean Brody (September 21 @ Budweiser Stage)
Friends don't let friends tour alone, and that's exactly why country singers Dallas Smith and Dean Brody are hitting the road together this summer.
Mac Demarco (September 24 @ RBC Echo Beach)
Bedroom indie-rock superstar Mac Demarco has come along way from his small Vancouver home studio, while still keeping it mellow and chill.
Thom Yorke (September 27 @ Scotiabank Arena)
After two sold-out and eventful shows with Radiohead last year, frontman Thom Yorke is coming to Toronto for a stop on his solo tour.
Daniel Caesar (September 29 @ Budweiser Stage)
This is the second of two shows for Toronto's own R&B star as he returns to perform some of his gorgeous and soulful tunes.
Young Thug and Machine Gun Kelly (September 30 @ RBC Echo Beach)
Two hip-hop heavyweights have teamed up and are set to take the stage for a night that's sure to be So Much Fun.
Steve Lacy (September 30 @ The Phoenix Concert Theatre)
The definition of a "must see," 21-year-old funk, rock and jazz guitarist Steve Lacy has become a rising star of his own after appearing on several features.
by Lisa Power via blogTO