Toronto is the Concert Hub of Canada in 2023

Toronto is going to be the concert hub of Canada this year. Some of the biggest names in the industry will be taking centre stage in Toronto in 2023 thanks to high-profile performances. During pandemic, Canadians could watch concerts only on their home TV, but this year, oh boy, it appears as the concert dam broke!

This year, blink-182’s founding members will reunite for the first time in seven years, Guns N Roses, Madonna, Journey, Bruce Springsteen, Beyonce, Pink, Depeche Mode and Shania Twain will make two stops in the city. The major venues in the city will host performances by Louis Tomlinson, Paramore, Ed Sheeran, SZA, the Chicks, Muse, and numerous other artists in 2023.

Toronto Concerts

Long awaited concerts can be enjoyed this year unlike any year before, 2023 will be the year of Concerts!

Even the King of Freestyle STEVIE B (Spring Love, Dreaming Of Love, Dream About You, Funky Melody, If You Still Love Me, Party Your Body) returns to headline an amazing Festival featuring Shannon (Let the Music Play, Give Me Tonight, Do You Wanna Get Away) La Bouche with Lane McCray (Be My Lover, Sweet Dreams, I Love To Love, Falling In Love) Charvoni from Black Box (Ride On Time, Strike It Up, Everybody Everybody) Joée (Feel It In The Air, Angel, Died In Your Arms) Emjay (Flying to the Moon, Fascinated, In Your Arms). A thrill of senses for every freestyle and euro music fans. Tickets for STEVIE B can be purchased here.

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There’s just something about being immersed in the music amongst thousands of other people – it’s such a fun experience!

If you’re in the mood to go out and enjoy some live music in the city, here are some of the best concerts in Toronto happening in 2023!

Toronto Concerts 2023

Bruce Springsteen – Nov. 14 & Nov.16

The Boss is finally back! Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band are heading out on a very long-awaited international tour! The tour is Springsteen’s first since 2017, and will take him to over 30 cities across the US and Canada. Don’t miss this chance to see this icon of American rock live on stage once again!

Depeche Mode – April 7

New Wave icons Depeche Mode rose to prominence in the 80s with their brooding, dance floor-filling electro-pop, but became modern mainstays due to a constant output of their unique brand of heady and dark synth rock. Now Dave Gahan and Martin Gore return to touring after the death of Andy Fletcher, with a brand new album, Memento Mori.

Guns N’ Roses – Sep. 03

Back and prepared to take over the stage, Guns N’ Roses! With the “We’re F’N Back!” tour, the group will be touring North America for the first time since 2021 this year. Guns N’ Roses brought raw, nasty rock & roll smashing back into the charts at a period when pop was ruled by dance music and pop-metal. Nice boys don’t play rock & roll, and these boys weren’t nice. The rock giants are worth seeing!

Madonna – Aug. 13 & Aug. 14

The unquestionable Queen of Reinvention is back with a huge new tour for 2023! Madonna is going on tour and taking her best hits with her to commemorate 40 years since the release of her smash hit, Holiday. Prepare to celebrate as Madonna sings songs from her entire discography!

Shania Twain – Oct. 22 & Oct. 28

It’s been years since the highest selling female country artist of all time last on the road, but Shania Twain is back with brand new album Queen of Me in tow! Don’t miss the five-time Grammy Award-winning songstress behind smash tunes That Don’t Impress Me Much and From This Moment On when she brings the concert to you.

Stevie Nicks – Jun. 20

Nicks was the voice behind some of Fleetwood Mac’s finest songs, such as “Landslide” and “Rhiannon,” and she had one of rock’s most distinctive vocals as well as a unique witchy stage image. Don’t pass up the opportunity to see this modern rock star perform live when she appears on a few dates this year.

Beyonce – Jul. 08 & 09

Beyoncé is without a doubt a music icon, and ever since her days with Destiny’s Child, she has been destined to rule the globe. Now she’s back with a brand new tour to mark her the superstars seventh studio album, Renaissance.

Ed Sheeran – Jun. 17 & Jun. 18

This, his fourth album, comprises the mega-hit singles Bad Habits and lead track Tides, solidifying the British musician’s position as one of the most popular singer-songwriters right now.

Pink – Jul. 24

P!NK, a multiple Grammy Award winner, will embark on her largest tour to date, the “Summer Carnival Tour,” in 2023. Don’t pass up the chance to watch the renowned P!NK; she puts on a show that you won’t want to miss!

The Chicks – Sep. 18

Big Time Rush – Jul. 05

Duran Duran – Sep. 19

Rob Zombie & Alice Cooper – Sep. 06

Janet Jackson – May 23

Seal – May 15

Foreigner – Jul. 25

Pantera – Aug. 12

Journey – Mar. 12

Concerts in Toronto

and many more!

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