Toronto Blues Society | Events for September 27 - August 26

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.

Fraser/Daley

Castro's Lounge 2116 Queen St E, Toronto

Weber Brothers Band

Moonshine Cafe 137 Kerr St, Oakville
$25

The Coachmen w/ Mark LaForme

Coach and Lantern 384 Wilson St E., Ancaster
$5

Weber Brothers Band

Moonshine Cafe 137 Kerr St, Oakville

two consecutive nights

$25

Blues for Soldiers – Brant Parker

Brant Artillery Gunner's Club 115 Henry Street, Brantford
$5

Trickbag matinee

Stonewalls Restaurant 339 York Blvd., Hamilton

Sean Pinchin

Shore Grill and Grotto 71 Lakeshore Blvd E, Mississauga

Sean Pinchin

Shore Grill and Grotto 71 Lakeshore Blvd E, Mississauga

The Swingin’ Blackjacks

Trestle Brewing Co. 9 Great North Road, Parry Sound ON

Jack de Keyzer

Polish Hall Brantford 154 Pearl St., Brantford

25th Annual New Years Day show - w/ Jesse Murphy trio

Suzie Vinnick – StreetJelly livestream

http://www.streetjelly.com/suzievinnick

Dear Friends, This Wednesday will be the first StreetJelly show of 2022 and it's going to be all blues! There is no charge to listen but tips on the StreetJelly site are most welcome, or donations by E-transfer or PayPal are, too. Donation details ar

Free
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