Hey, Toronto: here's your complete December concert guide

Rather than exhausting your funds on commercial goods this holiday season, why not opt to share a concert experience with the people you care about instead? The December calendar is stacked with an amazing lineup of concerts in Toronto, and rest assured, these are not performances you want to be stuck viewing through your friend's Instagram story. From hip-hop to rock to EDM, we've found a must-see show for every listener.

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Jessie Reyez

December 3rd & 4th- Danforth Music Hall

Lose yourself in Jessie's raspy vocals and heart-felt song lyrics in one of Toronto's iconic venues.

*Sold out on Ticketmaster.ca, available for resale

Playboi Carti

December 3rd - Rebel

Experience a live performance of Carti's wild and infections 2018 album, Die Lit.


December 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th - Danforth Music Hall

Escape to a dreamland with one of Canada's best indie-pop groups.

*Sold out on Ticketmaster.ca for December 6th - 9th dates, available for resale

Gang of Youths

December 7th - Phoenix Concert Theatre

Don't miss the chance to see Australia's best indie-rock group.

Keys n Krates

December 8th - Velvet Underground

Dance all night long with the Canadian icons of electronic hip-hop.

Harry Hudson

December 9th - Velvet Underground

Get swept away as Harry Hudson serenades you all night long.


December 14th & 15th- The Great Hall

After a hiatus, this Toronto hip-hop staple is back to perform his old classics and new favourites.

Mumford and Sons

December 17th & 18th - Scotiabank Arena

If you haven't seen them live already, this concert is probably on your bucket list.

Jorja Smith

December 19th - Rebel

Cure your mid-week blues while you vibe out to Jorja's slow jams and soulful lyrics.

Born Ruffians

December 20th - Danforth Music Hall

Jam out to their alt-rock hits like Needle and What to Say.

Loud Luxury

December 21st - Rebel

It's time to turn up with your favourite Canadian EDM duo.


December 30th - Lees Palace

An old cult classic that has us reminiscing about our angsty teenage years.

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