For some lovely reason, this is the week some solid acts are making a stop in Toronto and we’re not complaining. Check out our top picks for this week in music.
Bring Me the Horizon – March 15 at Ricoh Coliseum
All the punk-rock-metal fans in Toronto will be gathering at the Ricoh Coliseum on Wednesday for Bring Me The Horizon. The lineup also includes, Underoath and Beartooth.
Passenger – March 15 at Rebel
Are you a fan of Ed Sheeran? Can’t wait until July for his next Toronto stop? Well fellow British singer and Sheeran’s bud, Passenger, is making a stop in Toronto at Rebel. He toured with Sheeran back in 2014 and partnered on this swoon-worthy collab. Purchase tickets here.
Joey Landreth – March 16 at The Dakota Tavern
Featured in the Toronto Star’s column “Your New Favourite Thing: Joey Landreth“, we had to check out his new album, Whiskey. His rough and edgy, country-rock vibe is definitely worth the listen. Purchase tickets here.
The Zolas – March 16 at The Mod Club
The Zolas are a Canadian indie rock band based in Vancouver, British Columbia. Channeling the New Wave synth pop of the ‘80s, and adding modern mixes, the band features all kinds of catchy tunes. Purchase tickets here.
Moose Blood – March 17 at The Mod Club
The album Blush, has definitely brought out the best in this alternative band. From the sincere lyrics to hooked filled guitar lines and emotion-filled vocals, this is one show you do not want to miss. If you need more convincing, check out the song Knuckles. Purchase tickets here.
Milky Chance – March 18 at Lee’s Palace
Back in 2014 Milky Chance made it on Rolling Stone’s “10 New Artists You Need to Know”. Now they are on tour, performing their new album Blossom before it’s even released. This is definitely going to be a great show, especially since “Stolen Dance” is still on our playlists. Purchase tickets here.