Toronto Blues Society | Events for January 5 - December 11, 2021

The Toronto Blues Society's “Live Blues” Listings include blues shows in Toronto and across Southern Ontario. Please choose your viewing option on the right and click on list, day, week or month. Once you see a gig listing click through for more detail prepared to assist your concert going decision.

Jim Dan Dee

Dallas Night Club 312 King St WestKitchener,

Jim Dan Dee will be rolling into Kitchener to perform a 90 minute show as part of the Kitchener Blues Fest Crossroads Series

Paul Reddick

Painted Lady 218 OssingtonToronto,

Dione Taylor

El Mocambo 464 Spadina AvenueToronto,

Dione Taylor performs her Juno-nominated album “Spirits in the Water” for the first time in Toronto - at the legendary El Mocambo !


The Kat Kings

The Kat Kings bring their own brand of Billy Bop Blues to the Harbour Street Fish Bar. Drinking. Dining and Dancing and Gold Guitars too. The fuse is lit y'all

Little Magic Sam

Castro's Lounge 2116 Queen St EToronto,

Pairings: Terra Lightfoot and Spencer Mackenzie at the PAC

First Ontario Performing Arts Centre 250 St Paul StSt Catharines,

The FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre presents PAIRINGS featuring award-winning artists 'paired' with local artists and matched with Niagara wineries for a truly unique musical experience. Each ticket must be bought in pairs of 2.


Son Roberts

Supermarket 268 Augusta AveToronto,
$15 – $20


Moonshine Cafe 137 Kerr StOakville,

Matt Weidinger Trio

Brantford Polish Hall 154 Pearl StBrantford,

McKenna Moonah Blues Duo

Scarboro Music 1051 Kingston Rd.Toronto,

concert/workshop - bring your guitar

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