10 must-see concerts in Toronto in 2024
Enjoy your pick of some of the biggest names in the music industry all year long.

No matter what kind of music you are interested in, there are several concerts taking place in Toronto—named the most popular tour destination amongst musicians and artists alike—this year. From Bad Bunny to Taylor Swift, you do not want to miss out on catching at least one of these amazing performers as they pass through the city! 

1. Burna Boy 

One of Nigeria’s best-known stars, afrobeats hitmaker Burna Boy will be City Boy-stomping all over Toronto for two nights with his I Told Them… Tour, highlighting the release of his four-time Grammy-nominated 2023 album of the same name.   

WHERE: Scotiabank Arena

WHEN: February 24 and 25

2. Olivia Rodrigo

Re-live your teenage angst and spill your guts as chart-topper and self-proclaimed “spicy Pisces” brings her two-night GUTS World Tour to the city this Pisces season.  

WHERE: Scotiabank Arena

WHEN: March 29 and 30

3. Bad Bunny 

Both the 2021 and 2022 most-streamed artist on Spotify, the three-time Grammy-winning Puerto Rican music sensation is returning to Toronto after two years for his Most Wanted Tour in April. The announcement came shortly after his highly anticipated 2023 album, nadie sabie lo que va a pasar mañana, where fans were treated to the superstar revisiting and dedicating his current projects to his “Trap Bunny” roots hailing back to 2016.  

WHERE: Scotiabank Arena

WHEN: April 4

4. Noah Kahan  

Folk singer-songwriter and TikTok sensation, Kahan celebrates the release of his 2023 album Stick Season (We’ll All Be Here Forever) at his upcoming, sold-out We’ll All Be Here Forever Tour spanning three different days in April.  

WHERE: Scotiabank Arena

WHEN: April 6, 14, 16

5. Nicki Minaj  

The “Harajuku Barbie” herself invites “Barbz” everywhere to step into Gag City for her long-awaited Pink Friday 2 World Tour. If you are a Nicki Minaj fan, this performance is certainly not one to miss. 

WHERE: Scotiabank Arena

WHEN: April 18 and 30 

5. Niall Horan  

Fan-favourite and former One Direction member Niall Horan returns to Toronto for two consecutive days with The Show: Live on Tour after the 2023 extended release of his album of the same name.  

WHERE: Scotiabank Arena

WHEN: June 28 and 29

6. Alanis Morissette 

Following the record-breaking global tour celebrating 25 years of her 1995 album, Jagged Little Pill, the seven-time award-winning Canadian alternative rock artist is back for The Triple Moon Tour, with iconic female rock legend, Joan Jett, supported by the Blackhearts and Morgan Wade

WHERE: Budweiser Stage

WHEN: July 13 and 14 

7. Tate McRae 

This Calgary-born singer-songwriter and dancer is taking the world by storm with her Think Later Tour, named after her 2023 album of the same name, after dazzling fans all over with her electric stage presence and growing social media fame. 

WHERE: Budweiser Stage

WHEN: July 27

8. Green Day 

Self-proclaimed as “God’s favourite band,” this American rock band is on their way to rock the city with 30 years of their biggest hits on The Saviours Tour, supported by The Smashing Pumpkins, Rancid, and The Linda Lindas.

WHERE: Rogers Centre

WHEN: August 1

9. blink-182 

The recently reunited pop-punk icons have returned to the music industry with their 2023 album, One More Time, and will be bringing their One More Time Tour to Toronto with fellow punk openers Alexisonfire and Pierce The Veil this August.  

WHERE: Rogers Centre

WHEN: August 15

10. Taylor Swift 

Returning to the city after her 1989 World Tour in 2015, this global superstar hosts a sold-out, six-date residency for the record-breaking Eras Tour at the Rogers Centre this November. With Gracie Abrams tagging along as an opener, the “Swiftie” agenda is bound to take control this winter—Taylor’s Version, of course! 

WHERE: Rogers Centre

WHEN: November 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23

So, grab a friend or go by yourself, these shows are surely to be a hit. However, if you’re not planning to go to these tours, at least keep the dates in mind—rush hour will surely be 10 times more hectic.


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