November 30, 2022
Collective Concerts and MRG Present: Busty and the Bass Residency at Drake Underground
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October 21, 2022
Death Cab for Cutie: Asphalt Meadows Tour

Collective Concerts Presents

Death Cab for Cutie- Asphalt Meadows Tour

with special guest Lomelda

Massey Hall
Toronto, ON

June 2nd & June 3rd

Collective Presale Oct 20th at 10AM

Password: collective


June 2nd - https://masseyhall.mhrth.com/tickets/death-cab-for-cutie/

June 3rd - https://masseyhall.mhrth.com/tickets/death-cab-for-cutie-2/

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October 18, 2022
Belle and Sebastian - North American Tour 2023

Collective Concerts Presents

Belle and Sebastian

Tuesday, May 2nd, 2023 - History, Toronto

Wednesday, May 3rd, 2023 - Bronson Centre, Ottawa

Collective Presale October 20th at 10AM

Password: collective


May 2nd - https://www.ticketmaster.ca/event/10005D4BE8863A84

May 3rd - https://www.showclix.com/event/belle-and-sebastian-ottawa/pre-sale

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August 2, 2022
The Wild Hearts Tour: Sharon Van Etten, Angel Olsen, and Julien Baker at Massey Hall - Aug 12 & 13

Collective Concerts and Indie88 Present

The Wild Hearts Tour: Sharon Van Etten, Angel Olsen, and Julien Baker

Friday, August 12th
Saturday, August 13th

Massey Hall
Toronto, ON
Doors 6:30pm / Show 7:30pm
All Ages

Limited tickets remain!
Aug 12: https://masseyhall.mhrth.com/tickets/van-etten-olsen-baker
Aug 13: https://masseyhall.mhrth.com/tickets/van-etten-olsen-baker-2

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July 29, 2022
Holy F*ck - August 18 at Bronson Centre Music Theatre & August 19 at Lee's Palace

Collective Concerts Presents

Holy F*ck

Thursday, August 18th
Bronson Centre Music Theatre - Ottawa, ON
Tickets on sale now: https://www.showclix.com/event/holy-fuck-ottawa

Friday, August 19th
Lee's Palace - Toronto, ON
Tickets on sale now: https://www.showclix.com/event/holy-fuck
Please note this show has been rescheduled from April 8th, 2022. All tickets will be honoured for the new date.

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June 1, 2022
Parsons County Music Series

Collective Concerts Presents

Parson's County Music Series

Join us at Parsons Brewing Company in Prince Edward County this July for Parsons County Music Series!
With performances by Kathleen Edwards, The Soul Motivators, Tokyo Police Club and Jeremie Albino.

Tickets on sale now!

Kathleen Edwards - July 8th

The Soul Motivators - July 15th

Tokyo Police Club - July 21st

Jeremie Albino - July 29th

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April 28, 2022
Coming Up: Future Islands

Collective Concerts Presents

Future Islands

May 25th
Toronto, ON
Limited tickets left!

May 27th
Bronson Centre Music Theatre
Ottawa, ON

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April 18, 2022
Coming Up: Broken Social Scene at Massey Hall - April 20 & 21

Collective Concerts and Massey Hall Present

Broken Social Scene
April 20th & 21st, 2022
Massey Hall

April 20th
with Special Guests OMBIIGIZI

April 21st
with Special Guest Georgia Harmer

Celebrating 20 years as a band, Broken Social Scene will make their Massey Hall headlining debut on April 20 and 21, 2022!

At the dawn of the 21st-century, just as the internet began infecting every aspect of our daily lives, Toronto musicians Kevin Drew and Brendan Canning began building a social network of their own. Like other such networks you’re familiar with, it quickly expanded to include friends, and friends of friends. It became a place where they could live out their best lives or fret about the fragile state of the world. And yes, occasionally, it became a forum for arguments and oversharing. But this social network didn’t require you to stay glued to your smartphone to take part in it. Quite the opposite: Since debuting in 2001, Broken Social Scene have personified the unyielding, incomparable power of IRL human connection.

It’s hard to know what to make of an ongoing experiment like Broken Social Scene. Is it a band? Not quite. Bands tend to have defined memberships and aesthetics and goals; Broken Social Scene have never been bothered with such limitations. Is it a cult? Nah—some of them have the beards, but they could never agree on the right robes. Is it a collective? Certainly, it can seem that way when you see some 15 people crowding the stage, but BSS aren’t so much a united front as a perpetually mutating aggregate of competing creative energies.

Once a two-person basement recording project, Broken Social Scene came to life onstage as a shadowy improvisational entity with a revolving-door roster, each concert a wholly unique experience dependent on the room, the weather, what they ate for dinner that night, and who was dropping in to play. Where the band’s 2001 debut album, Feel Good Lost, presented BSS as an anonymous ambient project that reflected its humble, homespun origins, their electrifying live performances from that era rallied an extended family of performers with roots in post-rock (Justin Peroff, Do Make Say Think’s Charles Spearin), Latin jazz (Andrew Whiteman), art-folk (Feist), synth-pop (Amy Millan and Evan Cranley, also of Stars), dance-punk (Metric’s Emily Haines and Jimmy Shaw), and country rock (Jason Collett).

But by pursuing improvisational freedom over commercial considerations, Broken Social Scene set a new gold standard for indie rock in the 21st century with 2002’s You Forgot It In People, an album that pushed the genre far beyond its noisy ’90s slacker roots toward a more sonically expansive, emotionally expressive vision. And with follow-up releases like the blissfully chaotic Broken Social Scene (2005), the rapturous Forgiveness Rock Record (2010), and the intricate, insidiously melodic Hug of Thunder (2017), Broken Social Scene have amassed a thrillingly amorphous, unpredictable body of work.

Throughout their two-decade run, Broken Social Scene have achieved all the markers of modern indie success—rave reviews from Pitchfork, invites to play Coachella and Lollapalooza, multiple JUNO Awards and Letterman appearances, and name-drops in Lorde songs. And their victories have ultimately been Toronto’s, through the establishment of a record label (Arts & Crafts) and music festival (Field Trip) that became rallying points for the local scene and nurtured the next generation of indie upstarts. But arguably Broken Social Scene’s greatest accomplishment is their mere existence, as a conglomerate that continues to defy all logistical convention and musical expectations. They’re living proof that underdogs are most effective when travelling in a pack, that mass audiences can be led into uncharted waters through collective enthusiasm, and that the better world we all dream of begins with community.

In both sound and personnel, Broken Social Scene has changed a lot since their 2001 inception. But one thing has remained constant—at the end of every show, Kevin Drew bids the crowd adieu by telling everyone to “enjoy your lives.” More than just a simple farewell, those words are a call to action—to put down your goddamn phone, get outside, and be part of a social scene of your own.

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February 28, 2022
COVID Safety Protocols as of March 1, 2022

Covid Health and Safety protocols may be in place for specific shows. Ticket holders may need to show proof of vaccination (QR Code) before entering the venue. Ticket holders will be notified before the event if covid policies are being enforced.

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January 31, 2022
Car Seat Headrest at Danforth Music Hall - Mar 22 & 23

Collective Concerts, Indie88 and Exclaim! Present

Car Seat Headrest: Masquerade Tour
with Bartees Strange

Tuesday, March 22nd - SOLD OUT
Wednesday, March 23rd - New Date Added
Danforth Music Hall
Toronto, ON

Doors - 7:00pm
All Ages

Tickets on sale now:
March 22: SOLD OUT
March 23: https://www.ticketmaster.ca/event/10005B6188F51717

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January 26, 2022
Coming Up Soon! St. Paul & The Broken Bones: The Alien Coast Tour with Thee Sacred Souls - Mar 18 & 19

St. Paul & The Broken Bones are bringing their Alien Coast Tour with Thee Sacred Souls to Queen Elizabeth Theatre on March 18th & to Ottawa's Bronson Centre Music Theatre on March 19th!

Tickets are on sale now.

Friday, March 18th
Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Toronto, ON
Doors 7pm / 19+

Tickets: https://admitone.com/events/st-paul-broken-bones-toronto-7621469

Saturday, March 19th
Bronson Centre Music Theatre
Ottawa, ON
Doors 7pm / 19+

Tickets: https://www.showclix.com/event/stpaulandthebrokenbonesottawa

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November 1, 2021
The New Pornographers at The Danforth Music Hall - Dec 6 & 7

Collective Concert Presents

The New Pornographers
with Aoife Nessa Frances

December 6 - Performing the album 'Mass Romantic' (21st Anniversary Show)

December 7 - Performing the album 'Twin Cinema' (16th Anniversary Show)

Danforth Music Hall
Toronto, ON

19+ Event/Valid Photo ID Required
Doors - 7:00pm

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November 1, 2021
Lowest of the Low - Lee's Palace Dec 15 & 16 and Horseshoe Tavern Dec 17 & 18

Horseshoe Tavern and Lee's Palace Present

Lowest of the Low

Wednesday, December 15th and Thursday, December 16th
Lee's Palace - 35th Birthday Show Series

Friday, December 17th and Saturday, December 18th
Horseshoe Tavern - 74th Birthday Show Series

Toronto, ON
Doors 8:30pm / 19+

Dec 15: https://www.showclix.com/event/lowestofthelowlp2
Dec 16: https://www.showclix.com/event/lowestofthelowlp3
Dec 17: https://www.showclix.com/event/lowestofthelowhs1
Dec 18: https://www.showclix.com/event/lowestofthelowhs2

Funding provided by FACTOR and the Canadian Heritage Fund.


Important Mandatory Health & Safety Protocol necessary to attend all events at Lee's Palace The Horseshoe Tavern:
As of September 22nd proof of full Covid vaccination will be required at the entrance of the venue to access the patio, front bar, or live music venue. A PDF of your government certificate will be acceptable (printed or on mobile). More information is available here: https://www.horseshoetavern.com/news/covidvaccination

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September 10, 2021

Given the spread of the Delta Variant, and the Province of Ontario's recent changes of admission to bars, restaurants, and live music venues, all attendee's as of Wednesday, September 22nd must be fully vaccinated.

This is out of an abundance of caution for the safety of the audience, venue, staff, promoter, and bands.

Proof of full Covid vaccination will be required at the entrance of the venue to access the concert. A PDF of your Government certificate will be acceptable (printed or on your phone). All WHO approved vaccines, or mixed vaccinations are acceptable.

Note - A negative covid test is not permissible for entry.

The venue apologizes for any inconvenience and thanks you for your understanding, and for making everyone in our music community and environment feel safe and comfortable.

If you are unable to attend the show you can receive a full refund by emailing shows@collectiveconcerts.com. The deadline for refunds is 10 days before each event

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March 13, 2021
Toronto Public Health

We are carefully monitoring the ongoing health concerns as per Toronto Public Health. Right now, all scheduled shows are still taking place, and we are in conversation with venues regarding instituting additional precautionary health measures. We will update our website and social media channels for any event cancellations or postponements. Please keep an eye on our social media. If you have any questions, please email shows@collectiveconcerts.com.

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March 11, 2021
Dan Mangan March 12 & 13 at Danforth Music Hall

Dan Mangan plays the Danforth Music Hall on March 12th & 13th, in celebration of the 10th Year Anniversary of Nice, Nice, Very Nice! Very limited tickets remain for both nights. Get yours now: March 12 and March 13.

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February 13, 2021
Cory Wong January 30th At The Phoenix Concert Theatre

Innovative artist and funk guitarist Cory Wong brings his third studio album “Motivational Music for the Syncopated Soul” to the Phoenix Concert Theatre on January 30th, with special guest Scott Mulvahill! Check out the album here and get your tickets here.

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February 13, 2021
A Special Evening Of Music With Nathaniel Rateliff March 8 & 9 At Roy Thomson Hall

Nathaniel Rateliff will be hitting the road in 2020 for the “And It’s Still Alright” tour in support of upcoming solo album. Two special nights of music; the show will span from Rateliff stripped back with just his voice and an acoustic guitar to the accompaniment of a full band. The set list will feature songs from his new album as well as his entire catalog.

March 8th is sold out, but you can still get tickets for March 9th!

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