Toronto Concerts We're Excited For In March

Gemma Mastroianni
Toronto Concerts We're Excited For In March

As the winter weather slowly begins to thaw, Toronto's live music scene is heating up with a variety of concerts and performances lined up for the month of March. From indie rock to shoegaze, to hip-hop to dream-pop, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Let’s take a closer look at some of the most highly anticipated concerts happening in Toronto this month, so you can plan your music-filled itinerary accordingly.

 Toronto Concerts In March: Yeat

Yeat- March 5 @ History. Yeat was one of the most talked about artists of 2022, popping up from nowhere and landing a mainstream placement with his official Minions Movie song Yeat is takin' over the music industry with his underground rage sound. The portland rapper racked up 100’s of millions of streams in 2022, and isn't slowing down this year as he recently just dropped his much-anticipated album “Afterlyfë”, the follow-up to his 2022 hit album “lyfë”. This Toronto stop of his tour quickly sold out and will be the first time Yeats performed in Toronto, we’re expecting it to be a crazy night. If you're showing up to this one, we hope you're ready to rage. With upbeat songs like “Monëy so big”, “Sorry bout that”, and “Out thë way” there’s no way the floor section isn't engulfed into a giant moshpit by the end of the night. Tickets:

Toronto Concerts In March: Ari Lennox

Ari Lennox - March 7th @ HISTORY Ari Lennox is an American R&B singer and songwriter originally from Washington D.C. She started her music career by uploading original songs and covers on YouTube and SoundCloud. Lennox is known for her smooth, sultry vocals and her ability to blend traditional R&B with contemporary elements. Her lyrics often touch on themes of love, self-discovery, and empowerment. Fans appreciate her unique sound and her willingness to experiment with different styles and genres. In addition to her music, Lennox is also known for her advocacy for mental health awareness and body positivity. She has been open about her struggles with anxiety and depression and has used her platform to encourage others to seek help and support. She plays HISTORY on Tuesday, March 7th. Tickets:

Toronto Concerts In March: Too Many Zooz
Too Many Zooz - March 10th @ The Opera House Too Many Zooz is an American music group that was formed in New York City in 2014. The band consists of three members: Leo Pellegrino on saxophone, Matt Doe on trumpet, and David "King of Sludge" Parks on drums. They are known for their unique style of music, which combines elements of jazz, funk, and EDM to create an energetic and danceable sound. The band gained popularity through their viral videos on YouTube and social media, which showcased their dynamic performances in subway stations and other public spaces around New York City. Their live shows are known for their high-energy and interactive nature, with Pellegrino often moving through the crowd while playing his saxophone. They play The Opera House on March 10th. Tickets:
Toronto Concerts In March: Nessa Barrett Toronto Concerts In March: Nessa Barrett

Nessa Barrett - March 11th @ The Phoenix Nessa Barrett is an American singer, songwriter, and social media personality. The New Jersey-born singer gained popularity through the video-sharing app TikTok. Her early content on the app included lip-syncing and dance videos, and she quickly amassed a large following. Barrett's music is characterized by her raw, emotional lyrics and genre-bending style, which incorporates pop, emo, and alternative rock elements. She has been open about her struggles with mental health, and her music often deals with themes of anxiety, depression, and self-doubt. She will play at The Phoenix Concert Theatre on March 11th. Tickets:

 Toronto Concerts In March: Dream, Ivory

Dream, Ivory - March 24th @ The Garrison Dream, Ivory is an indie duo composed of brothers Christian and Louie Baello. They started making music in their bedroom, with Christian handling the production and Louie growing into the role of lead vocalist. The band's early musical experiments included reenacting guitar solos and sharing cover songs on YouTube, which inspired them to create their own original music. Dream, Ivory's music is made up of their signature ambient sound, which incorporates elements of indie rock, pop, and electronic music. They aim to be diverse in their musical style and themes, with their lyrics exploring topics such as love, heartbreak, and personal growth. Dream, Ivory plays The Garrison on Friday, March 24th. Tickets:

 Toronto Concerts In March: King Tuff
King Tuff - March 29th @ The Horseshoe Tavern King Tuff is the stage name of Kyle Thomas, an American indie rock musician and songwriter from Brattleboro, Vermont. Thomas began his music career in the mid-2000s as a member of various indie rock and garage rock bands, including Witch and Happy Birthday. In 2008, Thomas adopted the moniker King Tuff and released his debut album, "Was Dead," which received critical acclaim for its lo-fi sound and catchy, garage rock-inspired songs. He followed up with several more albums, including "King Tuff" in 2012 and "The Other" in 2018, which showcased a more polished sound and a wider range of influences. You can expect upbeat, guitar-driven sound and irreverent, often humorous lyrics from his music. He draws inspiration from classic rock, punk, and power pop, but also incorporates elements of psychedelia and electronic music into his songs. His live shows are known for high energy and infectious enthusiasm, and you can catch him at The Horseshoe Tavern on Wednesday, March 29th. Tickets:
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