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Concerts to see in Toronto this March

posted by: Ramada Plaza Toronto on: June 18, 2018 6:03:44 PM



As one of Canada’s biggest cities, Toronto is often lucky to welcome some of the biggest names in music for unforgettable live performances. There are always so many live music events going on in the city, so we’ve rounded up some of the most exciting big-ticket concerts coming up in March:

 

Lorde | March 9

This young musical ingenue from New Zealand took a long hiatus after her smash debut album, Pure Heroine. Turns out she was grinding hard on a new album that is just as catchy as and somehow even more mature than her first. Lorde will be headlining at the Air Canada Centre on March 9 as she tours for her second studio album, Melodrama. You’ve probably jammed along to Green Light and Homemade Dynamite on the radio, so don’t miss your chance to watch this unique and dynamic performer live on stage! Tickets start at $79.50.

 

Justin Timberlake | March 13 and 15

Long gone are Timberlake’s teenybopper N’Sync days. Fresh off his ultra-successful Super Bowl performance, Justin Timberlake set off on his Man of the Woods tour, performing his classic hits and brand new jams such as his new song Filthy. Justin Timberlake is as sexy as always, with a grown up R&B twist that you won’t want to miss. This will certainly be an unforgettable show, whether you’re with friends or a special someone. The show is anticipated to be so popular that two performances are scheduled at the Air Canada Centre - be sure to get your tickets fast. Tickets start at $80.

 

P!nk | March 20 and 21

Speaking of the Super Bowl, legendary singer and performer P!nk reminded us all of her vocal chops by belting out the national anthem before the big game. This entertainment powerhouse isn’t slowing down, with new smash hits like What About Us and Beautiful Trauma still taking over the charts nearly 20 years after the release of her debut album. Not only does P!nk deliver vocally, but her performances are always full of impressive dance moves and feats of athleticism normally rare in a live performance. Tickets start at $94 at the Air Canada Centre.

 

If you’ll be hitting up the Air Canada Centre for one of these world-class live events, there’s no better place to stay than the Ramada Plaza Toronto Downtown. Hop in an Uber or cab and you’ll be at the Air Canada Centre in less than 10 minutes, or easily take transit in less than 20 minutes. A scenic walk towards the city’s waterfront will get you to the venue in just 30 minutes. If you’re checking out an unforgettable concert in Toronto this March, Ramada Plaza Toronto Downtown will make sure your experience is comfortable and convenient.

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