#FIRSTLOOK: “HARRY POTTER AND THE PHILOSOPHER’S STONE IN CONCERT”
By Siobhán Rich for Mr. Will Wong
Twenty years ago, the world was introduced to Harry, Ron, Hermoine and the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Five years later Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson gave those characters life in the Chris Columbus-directed Movie Harry Potter and Philosopher’s Stone. On June 27th through 29th, you will have the rare opportunity to see this wonderful Movie on the big screen with an orchestra performing the score live at the Sony Centre for ...
#SPOTTED: SHAGGY IN TORONTO AT WOODBINE CONCERT HALL
Grammy-winning Reggae artist Shaggy returned once again to Toronto tonight for a sold-out show at Woodbine Concert Hall tonight. Zipping through his catalog of hits spanning 1993 when he first debuted with Oh Carolina to his new single Seasons with fellow Jamaican crossover artist Omi.
Known best for his smash hits Boombastic, That Girl, Angel and It Wasn't Me, he still has got it certainly flying his native Jamaican flag high and proud before a crowd which just couldn't help but stay on their ...
#SPOTTED: ADELE IN TORONTO FOR “ADELE LIVE 2016 TOUR”
Since surfacing in 2007, Adele's rise has been meteoric in every sense becoming of the best selling artists in the world with over 100 million albums sold.
The English Singer/Songwriter played four sold-out shows at Air Canada Centre as part of her Adele Live 2016 Tour. Without the necessity of dancers, an opening act, an elaborate stage setup, costume changes or pyrotechnics, Adele possesses that rare special quality where for almost two hours straight, your eyes are focused strictly on her ...
#SPOTTED: GUNS N’ ROSES IN TORONTO AT ROGERS CENTRE FOR THE “NOT IN THIS LIFETIME” TOUR
Never in a million years would I guess I'd be able to attend an actual Guns N' Roses concert. Although I don't look like what you'd expect a typical fan, I ADORE GUNS N' ROSES. The soundtrack of my youth was supplied by the 100+ million album-selling iconic Rock outfit from Los Angeles. As close as it will ever get to the original lineup, Toronto fans were treated to the opportunity of a lifetime to see them perform on-stage tonight at Rogers Centre as part of their Not In This Lifetime ...
#SPOTTED: HALSEY IN TORONTO FOR “BADLANDS” TOUR AT PHOENIX CONCERT HALL
2015 has been a phenomenal year for New Jersey native Halsey, née Ashley Frangipane. The 21-year-old Singer/Songwriter's debut disc Badlands has garnered critical acclaim and a growing legion of fans. Her electronic-alternative edge has a pop familiarity to it and in addition to being rebellious and confessional, her music possesses a sophistication and poetic elegance to it.
Record retailers like HMV in Canada have given her the greatest vote of confidence even offering a money-back ...
#REVIEW: JESS GLYNNE IN TORONTO FOR “AIN’T GOT FAR TO GO” TOUR
Toronto was blessed to have an opportunity to see up-close one of the UK's greatest acts in recent memory. Jess Glynne brought her Ain't Got Far to Go Tour to Adelaide Hall for a late show last night and although locally she is growing more familiar thanks to several Bench billboards featuring her distinct face and red locks, the support certainly was there for her at the packed club.
The 26-year-old Singer/Songwriter's 45-minute-long set had the crowd dancing start to finish and when she ...
#SPOTTED: LANA DEL REY IN TORONTO AT MOLSON AMPHITHEATRE FOR “ENDLESS SUMMER” TOUR
Over the past four years, few have risen as quickly as Lana Del Rey, often referred to as a "Gangsta Nancy Sinatra". Known for her moody, cinematic Catalog of self-penned Tunes which pay homage to Americana of another era, Del Rey is an Artist and a Woman in complete control of her image and musical vision.
This marks the third time Del Rey has visited Toronto, playing Molson Amphitheatre on the Toronto leg of her sold-out Endless Summer Tour. Her Encore-free Set, preceded by Grimes, was an ...
#SPOTTED: ONE DIRECTION + 5 SECONDS OF SUMMER IN TORONTO FOR “WHERE WE ARE” TOUR
Quite simply every Girl and their Mother was at Rogers Centre tonight. The Venue, with a 54k capacity, was filled with satisfied smiles as British-Irish Pop Sensations One Direction had the Crowd on their feet from start to finish tonight. The high-energy Pop Quintet professed their love for Canada, telling them that they by far were louder than the Crowd the previous night. Supported by Australian Pop-Rockers 5 Seconds of Summer, One Direction sold-out two Shows as part of their Where We ...
#SPOTTED: CHER IN TORONTO FOR “DRESSED TO KILL” TOUR
If she could turn back time, you probably would notice she really hasn't aged. It has always been a life dream of mine to see Cher in-concert and after kicking myself for missing her Farewell Tour, it is as if the gods opened up the clouds from the heavens and shined a light upon me, giving me one last chance to see her finally on this current round, the Dressed to Kill (D2K) Tour. I really wasn't planning on going anywhere tonight other than to stay at home resting, but a Guardian Angel made ...
#SPOTTED: MILEY CYRUS IN TORONTO FOR “BANGERZ TOUR”
After kicking-off in Vancouver on Valentine's Day, Multimedia Megastar Miley Cyrus' fourth self headlining Tour, in support of her 2013 Disc Bangerz, hit Toronto tonight at Air Canada Centre. Selling-out completely, the 21-year-old commanded the Stage Production, best described as sophisticated, colourful, playful Romp, which at once is highly sexually-charged. Outfit upon outfit, Fans were dazzled by her array of Roberto Cavalli-designed Bodysuits, some skimpier than others, before ...