It may still feel like summer right now but fall is around the corner. Next month is full of great concerts that will make you forget about a summer for a while. Who needs summer when you have the sounds of Taylor Swift or MS MR? As usual, our list isn’t complete but we compiled a pretty awesome list to conquer boredom in October.
October 2, 2015 – Rogers Centre (Tickets)
Taylor Swift is having her reign on the music charts and she’s showing no signs of letting up. She’s been on the road and selling out shows all over the continent.
October 2, 2015 – Phoenix Concert Theatre (Tickets)
If Taylor isn’t your style, you can always go for some hip hop. Tech N9ne has been performing hits since 1991. His music is featured on films, TV and video games.
October 3, 2015 – Phoenix Concert Theatre (Tickets)
Nick Jonas is a former member of the Jonas Brothers and he’s taking another whack at being a solo act. So far, so good. His singles “Chains” and “Jealous” definitely stood high on the charts. Fans are just eating up this guy’s new music and he’s popping up everywhere.
October 5 -6 2015 – Air Canada Centre (Tickets)
Madonna has dropped thirteen albums. She’s probably the hardest working woman in pop and she’s taking her show on the road. Her 35-City world tour is set to let everyone hear her latest album “Rebel Heart.” Apparently everybody wants a little piece of this material girl.
October 10, 2015 — The Danforth Music Hall (Tickets)
This New York duo is known for their indie pop, alt rock sound. They’ve been compared to Florence and the Machine, Kavinsky and Lana Del Rey.
October 10-11, 2015 — The Phoenix Concert Theatre (Tickets)
Most millennials remember Hanson. They’re famous for their hit track “Mmmbop!” This is the track that earned them three Grammy nods and much commercial success. After a bit of label woes disappeared for a while and with over sixteen million records sold under their belt it was only a matter of time before they returned to the scene.
Chance the Rapper
October 19, 2015 — Sound Academy (Tickets)
Chance the Rapper popped up on the rap radar in 2013. This summer he dropped “Surf” overnight on iTunes and critics ate it up. He’s inspired by Kanye, James Brown, Lil’Wayne and bit of everyone you could think of. Chance is known for the complexity of his rhymes and his out of the box approach to songs at times.
October 24, 2015 – Ricoh Coliseum (Tickets)
Even if you’re not an EDM fan, you know Zedd and you’ve heard him unless you live under a rock and if that’s the case, you get a pass but still we’re worried about you. He has hits like “I Want You To Know” and “Clarity.”
We wish concert tickets were $20 that way, we could go to all of them. Who are you excited to see in concert?