Tag: Scotiabank Arena

THE 1975 STILL … AT THEIR VERY BEST

Still … At Their Very Best is the fifth concert tour by The 1975 in support of their fifth studio album Being Funny in a Foreign Language, and a follow-up of their acclaimed At Their Very Best tour, featuring newly expanded production….

The Trilogy: Ricky Martin, Pitbull and Enrique Iglesias.

During Latin American Heritage Month, three legends of Latin pop music, Ricky Martin, Pitbull and Enrique Iglesias, joined forces for the first time and brought the party to a sold-out show at Scotiabank Arena. The Hispanic trio brought an energetic…

From Italy, came Måneskin to rock the Scotiabank Arena.

On the night of September 27, the stage of the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto was covered with a red velvet curtain. As soon as the lights dimmed down and the grasp of an electric guitar resounded across the Arena, gigantic…

Duran Duran at Scotiabank Arena

The New Romantic Kings Reign Supreme in their 45th Year. Hello, my name is Aron and I’m a Durannie. Back in 1983, when toxic machismo openly dominated all aspects of society and culture, being a chubby bespectacled suburban Jewish kid…

NF Live at Scotiabank Arena

American rapper and songwriter Nathan John Feuerstein, popularly known as NF, brought the HOPE tour to Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena on September 1, 2023. In support of his latest album, HOPE, that dropped earlier this April. Joining him is fellow American…

Back To Live: Depeche Mode’s Momento Mori Tour in Toronto

The progenitors of synth-pop release album number fifteen and begin a worldwide tour in support. I would assume that calling Dave Gahan and Martin Gore the grandfathers of synth pop or some equally trite descriptor would be met with droll…

John Mayer – Solo and (99%) Acoustic in Toronto

John Mayer’s first Solo Acoustic tour made its only Canadian stop at Scotiabank Arena on March 21. For the fifth of these very special nineteen shows, opening the night was Toronto’s own, JP Saxe. Based in Los Angeles, Saxe opened…

THE 1975 LIVE AT SCOTIABANK ARENA

Earlier this year, The 1975 released their fifth and latest studio album Being Funny in a Foreign Language. Prior to this record, the band was known for revelling in excess. However, Being Funny in a Foreign Language saw the group lock in on their…