9 Concerts That Need To Be On Your Radar This Month (March)

Collective Concerts shows you need to see this March

There are so many unbelievable artists coming to perform in Toronto in March!

Luckily for you, we’ve sifted through the expansive list and selected a handful of killer shows you won’t want to miss out on. From The Districts to Dan Mangan, there’s truly something for everyone this month, so make sure to check out nine concerts you won’t want to miss below.

All shows have been selected by Indie88 staff for this sponsored feature.
 

Lower Dens

March 12 | Velvet Underground | Tickets

Head to the Velvet Underground on March 12th to catch Lower Dens, who will be performing tracks from their politically urgent fourth album, The Competition. The album explores capitalism, anxiety, and our senses of self by looking at “socially de-conditioning ourselves and learning how to be people,” according to lead singer Jana Hunter.
 

Dan Mangan

March 12 and 13 | Danforth Music Hall | Tickets

Dan Mangan will be stopping at the Danforth Music Hall on March 13th as part of his Nice, Nice, Very Nice 10th Anniversary Tour! After sharing a deluxe reissue of the 2009 album at the end of last year, Mangan will be bringing some of the previously unreleased material, b-sides, and alternate versions to the Toronto stage.
 

Tall Heights

March 14 | Longboat Hall at Great Hall | Tickets

Boston-based electrofolk duo Tall Heights are headed to the Longboat Hall at The Great Hall on Saturday, March 14th, where they’ll be performing their recently released single “Under Your Skin,” alongside hit tracks like “Spirit Cold” and “Horse to Water.” You won’t want to miss this powerful duo who’s two distinct voices truly thrive together.
 

The Districts

March 16 | The Horseshoe Tavern | Tickets

After releasing two singles from their forthcoming record, You Know I’m Not Going Anywhere, gritty indie rockers The Districts are at the Horseshoe Tavern on March 16th, 2020. Not only will they be bringing some guitar-driven new tunes, they’ll also be performing hits from their previous records Popular Manipulations, A Flourish and a Spoil, and Telephone.
 

Matt Holubowski

March 19 | The Great Hall | Tickets

Head to The Great Hall on March 19th to catch Quebec singer-songwriter Matt Holubowski with opener Elliot Maginot. Hulobowski sings in both English and French, and he’s sure to be playing some of the astounding folky tunes from his recently released record, Weird Ones.
 

Bruno Major

March 20 & 21 | The Danforth Music Hall | Tickets

British singer-songwriter Bruno Major is heading to The Danforth Music Hall on March 20th with opener Adam Melchor. He’s sure to be bringing some explosive R&B grooves to Toronto, performing hit tracks like “Easily,” “Fair-Weather Friend” and “Home” from 2017’s A Song For Every Moon.
 

Poliça

March 23 | The Horseshoe Tavern | Tickets

American synth-pop band Poliça are headed to The Horseshoe Tavern on March 23rd with Wilsen, where they’ll be performing tracks from this year’s When We Stay Alive. The album is “about the redemptive power of rewriting your story in order to heal, and reclaiming your identity as a result,” according to the band’s website, so this is sure to be an empowering show you won’t want to miss.
 

Palehound

March 24 | The Garrison | Tickets

Boston-based trio Palehound are headed to The Garrison on March 24th with Adult Mom, and they’re sure to perform tracks from their 2019 record Black Friday, which is an exploration of different forms of love. This concert is a can’t-miss, as the band will sing about love in the face of self-hate, love between friends, love for people you no longer know, and more.
 

Caspian

March 31 | Lee’s Palace | Tickets

American post-rock band Caspian are headed to Lee’s Palace on March 31st where they’ll be delivering some raucous performances. The cinematic outfit will be performing tracks from their recent record On Circles, which comes packed with elements of metal, shoegaze, electronics, noise, minimalism, and ambient music.