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6 Concerts That Need To Be On Your Radar This Month (December 2022)

The concert calendar is a little lean this time of year, but where there is a dearth in terms of the number of shows, there is certainly no lack of quality this December. From indie-pop icons Alvvays, to veteran rockers Skydiggers, we’ve got you covered for must-see shows this month.

Let’s take a look at six concerts you need on your radar for December 2022.

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


December 15 + 16 | History | Tickets

Alvvays play two shows at History with Slowpulp joining the local indie-pop heroes for both nights. Alvvays released their third full-length album Blue Rev in October of this year to universal acclaim.


December 15 | Phoenix Concert Theatre | Tickets

Chicago-based eclectic indie outfit Whitney bring their Spark tour to Toronto’s Phoenix Concert Theatre this month. The album was positioned as a reintroduction to the duo made up of Julien Ehlrich and Max Kakacek, so get yourself to Sherbourne Street on December 15 to experience the latest from Whitney live.

Broken Social Scene

December 17 | History | Tickets

History’s massive stage is about to meet its match, as Broken Social Scene will surely pack the performance area with a lineup that will likely crack double digits. Toronto’s house band returns for a homecoming performance on Saturday, December 17.

Jennifer Castle

December 21 | The Great Hall | Tickets

Canadian singer-songwriter Jennifer Castle with Eucalyptus take over The Great Hall on December 21 for a Winter Solstice performance.


December 23 | Danforth Music Hall | Tickets

Canadian roots rock veterans Skydiggers grace the stage at Danforth Music Hall on December 23. Get festive as you head into the heart of the holidays with Andy Maize and Josh Finlayson, and Co.

Looking ahead to 2023, January will see the likes of Dan Mangan, Archers of Loaf, Dry Cleaning, The Beths, and more make their way to Toronto. Stay tuned!


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