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Nightlife entertainment guide for Toronto

Looking for a complete list of special events in Toronto? Look no further. Here is your nightlife entertainment guide for Toronto.

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Sound Academy, 11 Polson Street, Toronto, Ontario (Downtown) Canada Toronto Ontario Canada | show on map

FIRE FETE 'CARIBANA SUNDAY AUGUST 2 2014 (ENERGY IN THE CITY EDITION) SOUND ACADEMY 11 POLSON ST DOWNTOWN TORONTO @mmoneybag (Twitter) IG - greattorontoevents Facebook - Anthony Hope [more]

Tickets starting from 40.00
Tickets starting from 40.00

Mod Club Theatre, 722 College Street, Toronto, Ontario Canada Toronto Ontario Canada | show on map

Angel Olsen w/ Ryley Walker Angel Olsen ‘Burn Your Fire For No Witness’ was Angel Olsen’s incredible sophomore release. The 2014 album marked her full-band debut and was a mesmerizing folk rock showcase on themes of solitude and belonging. NPR, The Quietus, and Pitchfork were fans, the latter describing her voice as: “the result of [more]

THE OPERA HOUSE, 735 Queen Street East, Toronto, Ontario (Don Mills) Canada Toronto Ontario Canada

Pentagram w/ Coliseum Pentagram It must be a heavy thing, carrying the weight of a “pioneers of American doom metal” descriptor. For Pentagram though, that’s not just an empty accolade. The Virginia-born band has over four decades of experience to their name, occupying the underground scene in the 1970’s, undergoing numerous lineup [more]

Berkeley Church, 315 Queen Street East, Toronto, Ontario (Toronto South and Central) Canada Toronto Ontario Canada | show on map

PITCHFORK PRESENTS Tink with Vince Staples Tink “A no-bullshit teenage feminist is Timbaland’s new protégé.” The FADER laid it out on the table when they put the rising Chicago-native, now Atlanta-based rapper Tink on their February/March 2015 cover, comparing her to Foxy Brown and Frank Ocean in the profile. They’re not the only [more]

Phoenix Concert Theatre, 410 Sherbourne St, Toronto, Ontario Canada Toronto Ontario Canada | show on map

Baths w/ Hundred Waters & Lydia Ainsworth Baths You’d expect that when you Google the word baths, you’d get a bunch of home reno project ideas that would have you running to your nearest Home Depot in search of the perfect plumbing accessories. You know, something that could really tie that whole bathroom scene together. Instead you get [more]

The Danforth Music Hall, 147 Danforth Ave, Toronto, Ontario Canada Toronto Ontario Canada

Health w/ Alice Glass DJ Health Back in 2007, Stereogum profiled Los Angeles’ HEALTH as one of their favourite crews of noisemakers. It was a sentiment other publications quickly picked up on and carried as their own, the Los Angeles Times praising the four-piece for their live physicality and for extolling the virtues of being in a rock [more]

THE OPERA HOUSE, 735 Queen Street East, Toronto, Ontario (Don Mills) Canada Toronto Ontario Canada

Om w/ Liturgy Om San Francisco’s OM had their start in rhythm, but this outfit doesn’t quite fit in its traditional sense of driving songs forward. There’s no upbeat here. This is sprawling and expansive; it is a sound progressive in its respective sludge and droning hypnoticism camps. The three-piece is thick in experimentation and [more]

Mod Club Theatre, 722 College Street, Toronto, Ontario Canada Toronto Ontario Canada | show on map

Betty Who w/ K.Flay Betty Who When you’re in need of that instant energy burst, Betty Who’s got you covered. The Australian born, New York City-based rising star packs in synth lines to get the dance floor moving and strives for songs equal parts nostalgic and contemporary – you know, the type that leave a generational-defining legacy [more]

The Danforth Music Hall, 147 Danforth Ave, Toronto, Ontario Canada Toronto Ontario Canada

Real Estate w/ Amen Dunes Real Estate Credit where credit is due: the New Jersey-born, now Brooklyn-based indie rock band know how to write a guitar riff. Their songs, spread across three full-length albums, are full of melodic embellishments that make them easily identifiable as a Real Estate number. It’s the dream pop sounds of weekend [more]