Six live music tours to catch in Toronto this summer

(By: Angela McLean) Whether you’re working a 9-5, advancing your skills in summer school or simply lounging around, you’ll want to make time during the coming months to attend some of the hottest music tours and festivals passing through Toronto. Don’t wait – grab your squad and start your planning now with our handy guide to the must-see shows this summer! The Adventures of Kesha … Continue reading Six live music tours to catch in Toronto this summer

Top six albums of January

(By: Waverly Neufeld) 2017 did not disappoint with music with releases from heavy hitters in the industry such as Kendrick Lamar, Jay-Z, Migos, SZA, Lorde and Calvin Harris. That said, expectations are high for music in 2018, as work is expected from artists like Drake, Rae Sremmurd, Arctic Monkeys and The 1975. To keep your playlist updated in the new year, here are six new … Continue reading Top six albums of January

Six must-see concerts in Toronto this August

(By: Angela McLean) We hate to remind you, but at this time next month a new semester of classes will be underway. That means you have just one month left to make some unforgettable last-minute summer memories. There is no better way to kick-start your plans than scheduling in a few concerts and luckily August is coming through with a great selection of shows in … Continue reading Six must-see concerts in Toronto this August

Six must-see April concerts in the 6

(By: Angela McLean) There is no doubt that the month of April is showering Toronto music fans with a wide variety of great shows. An already-packed month of music is being bolstered on the national stage with the annual Canadian Music Week, taking place April 18-23 around the city. We have rounded up six of the best shows happening this month to add to your … Continue reading Six must-see April concerts in the 6

Expectations vs. Reality: 6 Fest and its “Special Guest”

(By: Nicole Di Donato) Ryerson students are upset that Drake didn’t touch the stage at this year’s 6 Fest. The past two shows that the Ryerson Students’ Union organized featured Drake as the surprise guest, setting high expectations for festival goers. Drake last made a surprise appearance in May at Ryerson’s 6 Cent concert alongside rapper Future’s DJ, DJ Esco. Being the back-to-back special guest … Continue reading Expectations vs. Reality: 6 Fest and its “Special Guest”

Review: Drake ends his Summer Sixteen tour at home

(By: Amreen Kullar) Drake and Future lit up Toronto’s Air Canada Centre on Saturday night, Oct. 8, with their last show of the Summer Sixteen tour. The “6 God” was forced to cancel the remainder of his shows for the tour (and probably 6 Fest) due to an ongoing ankle injury, which came as a disappointment to many of his fans. This concert was the … Continue reading Review: Drake ends his Summer Sixteen tour at home

Ryerson’s 6 Fest sets the stage for more

(By: Angela McLean) On an open lot in downtown Toronto, a slew of hip-hop, R&B and rap artists and DJs devoted their Canadian Thanksgiving weekend to putting on a show for several thousand students as part of the Ryerson Students’ Union’s 6 Fest. Undoubtedly the RSU’s biggest event to date, it was unfortunately riddled with, and at times overshadowed by, controversy over a lack of … Continue reading Ryerson’s 6 Fest sets the stage for more

Drake postpones Toronto Summer Sixteen shows

(By: Angela McLean) Looks like Drake isn’t playing with this sprained ankle, boy. The rap superstar is pulling the plug on a handful of upcoming tour dates, including his Toronto shows this weekend, due to an ankle injury. In an unfortunate post to the October’s Very Own blog earlier this afternoon, Drake announced the postponement of shows in Toronto on Oct. 8 and 9 (UPDATE: Live Nation … Continue reading Drake postpones Toronto Summer Sixteen shows

15 Things To Do During Thanksgiving Weekend in Toronto

(By: Isabelle Kirkwood) I’ll be spending my second Thanksgiving away from home this year, and I know I’m not alone. But fear not, Thanksgiving solo-ers! There is a host of activities to do all over the city throughout the weekend you can take part in with a significant other, a group of friends or even on your own. 6 FEST How can I not mention … Continue reading 15 Things To Do During Thanksgiving Weekend in Toronto