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Mark your calendars, since this December, Toronto is welcoming a flattering epic lineup of artists onto a stages. Whether you’re a fan of rock, swat or pop, we can flog a winter blues and jam out with some of a biggest names in music. Check out Real Style’s roundup of a hottest concerts to attend in Toronto this month. From iconic bands like a Barenaked Ladies to artists famous for their familiar tunes like Sean Kingston, be certain to check out these performers in a entrance weeks.
Barenaked Ladies are attack a Massey Hall on Dec 9th during their Fake Nudes Tour. This Canadian stone rope is famous for their light-hearted, comedic opening style, typically charity a assembly with humorous chaff between songs. Throughout their low-pitched career, they have been nominated for a Grammy Awards, won mixed Juno Awards and have sole over 15 million records. The rope is now stoical of bassist Jim Creeggan, guitarist Ed Robertson, guitarist and keyboardist Kevin Hearn and drummer Tyler Stewart.
iHeartRadio Jingle Ball
The annual iHeartRadio Jingle Ball festival takes place on Dec 9th during a Air Canada Centre. Featuring a far-reaching accumulation of low-pitched genres, this year’s festival includes performances by a Backstreet Boys, Fifth Harmony, Kelly Clarkson, Post Malone, Fergie, Cardi B, Noah Cyrus, Jessie Reyez, Ria Mae and Virginia to Vegas. It is a good approach to flog off a 2017 holiday season, with a series of artists and renouned bands attack a theatre to perform some of their biggest hits.
On Dec 10th, we can locate hip bound and swat artist, Sean Kingston during a Phoenix Concert Hall. Since he gained celebrity with his platinum-selling entrance manuscript behind in 2008, he has collaborated with prevalent musicians, including Nicki Manj and Justin Bieber, and has also left on debate with Beyoncé, Chris Brown and Gwen Stefani. His many renouned marks embody “Beautiful Girls”, “Me Love” and “Fire Burning”.
The hardcore rock, Canadian band, Alexisonfire has 4 performances scheduled during a Danforth Music Hall on Dec 11th, 12th, 14th and 15th. Alexisonfire is mostly given credit for bringing punk stone styles of song mainstream, quite in Canada. Their song is characterized by violent and perplexing guitar melodies. The rope originated in Saint Catherines, Ontario in 2001, and consists of George Pettit, Dallas Green, Wade MacNeil, Chris Steele and Jordan Hastings.
On Dec 21st and 22nd, Toronto-born indie stone artist, Serena Ryder, comes to a Danforth Music Hall. She achieved general stardom after her fifth album, “Harmony”, while also creation it onto a Billboard charts and winning a Juno Awards mixed years in a row. She is famous for her signature raspy vocals, sexual lyrics and friendly theatre presence.