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With tons of new music out this summer, musicians are hitting the road on tours. Over the next few months, you can catch Ed Sheeran, Taylor Swift and many more artists as they perform in various Canadian cities. We’ve highlighted some of our top picks below.
The death of the band’s co-founder Glenn Frey has not deterred these country-rock vets from returning to the road. The Eagles will be on tour this summer with Deacon Frey, who is Glenn’s son, and Vince Gill. The band with California roots will play at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto on July 15th and July 17th.
Dave Matthews Band
The Dave Matthews Band has become a somewhat annual summer event as Canadians become accustomed and excited for their tours to be announced. The beloved band will be out on the road promoting their newest studio album Come Tomorrow, which is their first album since 2012. The band is set to play Budweiser Stage (previously known as Molson Amphitheatre) on July 10th and the Bluesfest in Ottawa on July 11th.
The Foo Fighters will be on tour to perform their latest album. The album Concrete and Gold can be heard at the Rogers Centre on July 12th in Toronto, the Rogers Place in Edmonton on September 4th, and at the Scotiabank Saddledome on September 6th in Calgary.
Zac Brown Band
The Zac Brown Band, who in previous years played Budweiser Stage in Toronto, will be making one Canadian stop on their 2018 summer tour. You can catch the band on July 13th at the Rogers Centre in downtown Toronto.
Join hundreds of young screaming fans at the Reputation singer’s only Canadian tour stops, which are both in Toronto. Swift will be performing at the Rogers Centre on August 3rd – 4th.
After already hitting a couple of Canadian cities on his current tour, Sheeran will be returning to Toronto for two more performances on August 30th – 31st at the Rogers Centre.
Sam Smith will be performing at multiple Canadian cities at the end of this summer on his The Thrill Of It All Tour. Smith played the Air Canada Centre in Toronto on June 18th and will play the Rogers Place in Edmonton on September 12th and the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary on September 13th.