Fall means cooler weather and cool concerts. True, most of the shenanigans take place indoors in the fall but that doesn’t mean the concerts don’t bring the heat. October is full of scary attractions around the city but the concerts will be scary good. We rounded up some of the best concerts to check out in October.
October 4 | Air Canada Centre (Tickets)
Halsey makes sure everyone has heard her voice and she has no plans on stopping her career. She’s been belting out tunes professionally since 2014 and has aligned herself with artists who help elevate her creativity and vocals. She’s currently promoting her newest album “Hopeless Fountain Kingdom” and the single “Now or Never” was her first top twenty hit on the Billboard 100 as a lead artist.
October 4 | Rebel Toronto (Tickets)
Kid Cudi made himself a household name when he dropped “Make Her Say,” and “Pursuit of Happiness.” After selling millions of records and collaborating with artists ranging from David Guetta to Snoop Dogg. Kid Cudi is the real deal. Cudi kicks off his Passion, Pain and Demon Slayin’ Tour on September 30th and will capture any crowd he steps in front of.
October 13 | Massey Hall (Tickets)
Paramore has been in the spotlight for over a decade. They’ve come a long way from their “All We Know is Falling” album back in 2005. Decades later the group is blessing us with new tracks like “Hard Times” and “Told You So.” They make take breaks from time to time but they’re well deserved ones.
October 16 | Rebel Toronto (Tickets)
Kesha’s been celebrating her new Rainbow project and it’s definitely a new layer of the complexity known as Kesha. No more is she waking up in a bathtub with a bottle of Jack, now she’s evolved into a bit of a butterfly. The singer belts out ballads on her new album like “Praying” and “Learn to Let Go.” We’re sure she can put on one hell of a show.
October 20 | The Drake Hotel (Tickets)
This pop trio are all legends in their own right! Terror Jr consists of Felix Snow (former bandmate in The Cataracs), David “Campa” Benjamin Singer-Vine and lead singer Lisa. “Three Strikes” dropped last year the trio has been on a high.
Fall Out Boy: The Mania Tour
October 25 | Air Canada Centre (Tickets)
Fall Out Boy believes in quality and not quantity. When Fall Out Boy puts out a project they put their all into it and there’s no question about their stage performances. They’ve collaborated with some of the greatest artists out there and it’s almost hard to not know at least one Fall Out Boy tune.
It probably isn’t all the concerts in the city it’s just our top six. What show do you have tickets to this fall?