Apr 10, 2021
Dead Can Dance
Apr 17, 2021
Apr 30, 2021
Wild Kratts - Live
May 9, 2021
Jun 9, 2021
April 10, 2021
Bill Maher has set the boundaries of political humour on American television, and even now continues to push new ones. His combination of unflinching honesty and big laughs have earned him a staggering 23 Emmy nominations to date. The controversial satirist's career launched with stand-up almost 30 years ago and he returns to his roots an unforgettable night of sharpshooting political satire.
April 17, 2021
Renowned purveyors of transportive soundscapes, Dead Can Dance return to North America in 2021 to bring audiences an expansive deep dive into their incredible body of work on newest tour. A highly anticipated move, expect to hear some of the band's most captivating pieces from their self titled 1984 debut to 2018's Dionysus.
April 30, 2021
South Korean sensations, Monsta X are embarking on a World Tour in 2021! Fans of the pop band rejoice, as your favorite seven-piece boy band are on their way to tear up North America once more this summer in support of their upcoming record, All About Luv. In addition to the stateside dates the extensive tour will see the boys trek across Asia, Australia and Europe. Don't miss your chance to see these fast-rising K-Poppers live once more!
May 9, 2021
The Kratt Brothers leap off your TV screens and head on the road with their live stage show. The stars behind PBS' animated show Wild Kratts present a wildly entertaining live experience that will entertain and educate the whole family, featuring lots of audience participation and cool facts about the animal kingdom.
June 9, 2021
Jason Isbell and his band The 400 Unit are back with another mighty U.S tour. The singer-songwriter and former Drive By Truckers guitarist pours his heart and soul into his music, which is a rich blend of folk and Americana. as heard on breakthrough record Southeastern and on 2017's Nashville Sound.
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The Sony Centre for the Performing Arts was originally opened as the O'Keefe Centre in 1960. The venue has hosted a wide variety of national and international performers and shows. It is the largest soft-seat theatre in Canada. Designed by Peter Dickinson, the unusual architecture is an example of a mid-twentieth century Modern arts venue, and it has been named a heritage building by the City of Toronto. The venue has been renovated in order to restore its distinctive features, and was re-opened in 2010.
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