It was 7:00 PM and doors were ready to open for rising R&B crooner, Kehlani‘s sold out You Should Be Here show. The line wrapped around the block as ecstatic fans waited to rush through the doors. A few last-minute fans tried to get tickets at the door for FOMO. Three great up-and-comers would perform that night. Upon entering the venue, a merch table was located at the entrance. “Tsunami” t-shirts and YSBH fitted caps were on sale. Fans could already be seen rocking their merch throughout the venue.
June 12th & 13th marked Bestival‘s inaugural festival in Toronto. The UK festival, known for its eclectic lineup and secluded locations (festivals are only held on islands) chose Hanlan’s Point Beach on Toronto Islands for the fun. Thousands gathered together to see a diverse range of genres from EDM to DJs, R&B, Rock, Hip-Hop and more. Hit the Jump to read the full review.
The Air Canada Centre was at capacity on June 2nd as Drake’s Jungle Tour reached his hometown, the six. Much expected, nearly 20,000 fans came to see the boy. His hometown shows are not to be missed, he puts on something special every time. This show was no exception. Similar to his last gig at the ACC, Would You Like A Tour, the lineup also included Future.
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It was the second time Big Sean made his way to the Forest City and damn the city showed up. Big Sean brought out the hits and London brought the love and if you haven’t already check out our interview that I know you are going to thoroughly enjoy.
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