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  • Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds

    May 31 - Jun 1, 2017

  • Classic Albums Live - Rush

    Jun 10, 2017

  • Four Voices - Joan Baez, Mary Chapin Carpenter and Indigo Girls

    Jun 14, 2017

  • King Crimson

    Jul 5, 2017

  • Violent Femmes

    Jul 8, 2017

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Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds

May 31 - June 1, 2017

With style that would make the devil jealous, the compelling Nick Cave is one of indie rock's most unique front-men. As the leader of The Bad Seeds, he cuts the figure of a doomed romantic anti-hero, delivering layered narratives with a maniacal fever, yet always enthralling. In a career that has spanned two decades and 16 studio albums, they continue to perform with the intensity of band half their age, ever evolving and never disappointing.

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Classic Albums Live - Rush

June 10, 2017

Following the disappointing sales of their previous record, Rush were urged by their label to come up with a more radio friendly album. Fortunately for us, the band ignored them and gifted the world 2112 in 1976, which now stands as one of the greatest prog rock albums ever made. Now you can experience the magic all over again with Classic Albums Live, a collective of incredibly accomplished musicians who make it their mission to recreate great records from the 60s and 70s note for note.

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Four Voices - Joan Baez, Mary Chapin Carpenter and Indigo Girls

June 14, 2017

This summer sees this supergroup, made up of folk's most remarkable and recognizable female voices, take to the road for a limited run of 10 dates. A must for fans of the artists individually and as a whole, Four Voices was first born in 1991 when Baez invited Indigo Girls Amy Ray and Emily Sailers to sing with her at a benefit for her Humanitas charity, who subsequently suggested they bring Carpenter on board to complete the quartet. Firm friends since that time, it wasn't until Joan's recent 75th Anniversary concerts that they decided to grace the country with a tour, but we're very glad they did!

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King Crimson

July 5, 2017

After taking an extended break, progressive rock legends King Crimson returned to the stage in 2014, and they've been touring ever since. The new set up includes three drummers, which would be surprising for any other band but King Crimson. The group formed in London in the late 60s and went onto become one of the most influential progressive rock bands of all time.

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Violent Femmes

July 8, 2017

As well known for their infamous feuding as for their ground-breaking punk rock work, Violent Femmes have been out of hiatus since 2013, and are ready to show the States why they are one of the best acts in punk, having released their ninth studio We Can Do Anything, the first since 2000's Freak Magnet. Their new commitments finally put to bed the infamous lawsuit between Ritchie and Gano over THAT Wendy's ad song....

Massey Hall

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178 Victoria Street, Toronto, ON M5B 1T7

  • Year opened: 1894
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Massey Hall is a performing arts theatre in the Garden District of downtown Toronto, and has been named a National Historic Site of Canada since 1981. Massey Hall was originally built to create a secular meeting place, which hosted religious choral music events. It is now primarily a concert hall, with a variety of music played at the venue, from pop to rock. It is also used as a special events space, after its renovations suitable for parties and celebrations.

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