Following a select number of festival dates in 2016, The Red Hot Chili peppers are heading out onto the road proper for a huge world tour. Their first road trip since 2014, in comes in support of their latest offering The Getaway, a lush, textured album, co-produced by Danger Mouse and Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich, which was a creative reinvention for the band.
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ABBA fans of the US unite! It's time to pull out the platform boots, bellbottom flairs and starched collars as ABBA Mania once again hits American shores. Transported from London's West End and multiple tours of the UK, the show is an astounding tribute to the beloved music of one of the most successful acts in musical history. Don't miss this chance to relive the best of the ABBA catalogue at Danforth Music Hall in Toronto, ON, February 9, 2017
She may be a pint-sized pop princess but don't for a second doubt if Ariana Grande packs a punch! Dangerous Woman is one of the biggest albums of the year, and the long-awaited supporting tour is here! A huge step up from My Everything, Dangerous Woman is a mature effort from the young star, featuring a bunch of starry collaborators - Future, Nicki Minaj - and countless pop belters, such as the sultry title track and the finger clicking 'Into You'.
A pop music force of nature, Lionel Richie has been making sweet music for over 50 years, both with the funk outfit The Commodores and as a solo artist. He has an Oscar, five Grammys and 16 American Music Awards to his name, with his songwriting talents matched only by his megawatt charisma and old-time showman stage persona. 2017 see Richie heading out on a nationwide tour, with a very special guest in tow - none other than pop diva Mariah Carey, taking a break from her Vegas residency.
Jon Bon Jovi and Co. head out on an extensive tour in 2017 in support of their new record This House Is Not For Sale. The band have previously played a handful of special listening parties, but this is the first series of dates on which most fans will have the chance to hear the group's new material..
Award winning vocalist and pianist Norah Jones is one of the most sensational artists of our time, and her unique blend of jazz and pop, and trademark sultry vocals appeal to audiences from a variety of genres.
One of the most successful pop singers in history, the great Neil Diamond has now been in the business for half a century, a fact he's celebrating with a huge 50th Anniversary Tour throughout 2017. A member of The Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame, and more than 125 million record sales under his belt, Neil's best known tracks include 'Sweet Caroline', 'Red Red Wine' and 'I'm a Believer' (originally performed by The Monkees).
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers are one of the great American bands of the last half century, practically owning the term 'heartland rock' with their chronicling of the country's zeitgeist throughout the decades. Great shakers in the American new wave scene, they're best known tracks include 'Mary Jane's Last Dance', 'American Girl', 'Learnin' To Fly', 'Stop Draggin' My Heart Around', 'I Won't Back Down', and 'Free Fallin'.
Bruno Mars is on top of the world right now. Still basking in the success of his Mark Ronson collaboration 'Uptown Funk', he followed it up with another fierce of glittering pop funk, '24K Magic', the lead single from the album of the same name.
A showcase for his incredible skills as a songwriter, musician and all round entertainer, 24K Magic is another entry in a hits filled catalogue which has seen Bruno become one of the biggest names in music.
Young adult heartthrob and Canadian-born singer-songwriter Justin Bieber has come out of the chrysalis a new artist with a bold new musical statement - 2015's Purpose. Gone are the fizzy teeny-bopper hits of yore, replaced with remarkably slick and mature dance tunes like 'What Do U Mean' and 'Where Are U Now'. Catch him as he embarks on a mammoth follow-up to his 2016 Purpose world tour, coming to Rogers Centre in Toronto , ON.