Touring stars announcing Toronto concert dates on Monday include indie rockers, roots rockers and Peppa Pig.
Peppa Pig’s Adventure!, the live-theatre version of the hit children’s TV show, is extending its current tour into Canada in 2020, with 13 dates taking them through Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton and more before fetching up on Sunday, April 19 at Toronto’s Meridian Hall (formerly the Sony Centre, the Hummingbird Centre and, long ago, the O’Keefe Centre). Tickets for the show — promising a camping trip for the intrepid porcine star with schoolmates Pedro Pony, Suzy Sheep and Gerald Giraffe — go on sale Nov. 22 via Ticketmaster; no word on prices yet.
Other 2020 shows announced Monday:
- In support of a forthcoming solo album, Nathaniel Rateliff hits Roy Thomson Hall on March 8 with a show that will range from acoustic solo tunes to full band accompaniment. Tickets ($51-$81 before fees) can be had as of Nov. 22 via nathanielrateliff.com.
- American indie rockers Airborne Toxic Event hit the Danforth Music Hall on June 9 to support their upcoming album “Hollywood Park” slated to come out the preceding month, marking their first new collection in five years. Tickets — price TBD — hit the market Friday via Ticketmaster.
- Folk-punk band AJJ — the one once known as Andrew Jackson Jihad — play the Opera House on May 23. Tickets are once again on sale on Friday Nov. 22 via collectiveconcerts.com.
- British comedian Mo Gilligan, whose special “Momentum” arrived on Netflix earlier this year, hits the Phoenix on May 15. Tickets ($33-$53) as of Nov. 22 from Livenation.com and Ticketmaster.
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