Fall concert schedule
Summer may be over, but that doesn’t mean the fun is. You really can’t stop the beat here in London, and we suggest everyone who is lucky enough to live in this UNESCO City of Music takes full advantage of its music scene. We put together some top concert picks in our most popular music venues for you, with a little something for everyone and every budget.
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- Chris Stapleton & Elle King
Sept. 10, 2022
Chris Stapleton is a multi-award-winning country singer and songwriter touring with his All?American Road Show.
- Rumours of Fleetwood Mac
Oct. 8, 2022
This breathtaking Fleetwood Mac tribute band returns with a brand?new show celebrating all things Fleetwood Mac.
- Bryan Adams — So Happy It Hurts tour
Oct. 15, 2022
Academy award-winning Canadian singer songwriter considered to be one of the longest-running and most iconic rock musicians in the world is coming back to Bud Gardens.
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- Intervals with Moon Tooth & Mandroid Echostar
Sept. 8, 2022
Toronto-based prog rock band, Intervals, make their triumphant return to southwestern Ontario.
- MVLL CRIMES with Casper Marcus, Susans & Polluted
Sept. 9, 2022
Join London, Ont.’s post-hardcore band for their record release party, featuring several local acts, including London staple Casper Marcus.
London Music Hall
182 Dundas St.
- Tim Hicks with Robyn Ottolini
Sept. 23, 2022
Tim Hicks is a Canadian country singer and songwriter from St. Catharines, Ont., who has impressively charted 18 top 10 hits on the Canadian country charts.
- The Northern Pikes with Farewell Stanleys
Oct. 20, 2022
A Canadian rock band formed in Saskatoon, Northern Pikes was inducted into the Western Music Hall of Fame in 2012.
- Tenille Townes
Nov. 11, 2022
A Canadian country singer from Alberta, Tenille Townes is most famous for a song she penned called “Home Now,” written from the perspective of a daughter whose father is posted in the war in Afghanistan.
- JJ Wilde with Billy Raffoul
Nov. 12, 2022
JJ Wilde is a Canadian rock singer from Kitchener, Ont. Her debut single “The Rush” reached number one on Canadian modern rock, active rock and mainstream rock charts.
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- Amanda Rheaume & Logan Staats
Sept. 9, 2022
Amanda Rheaume is a citizen of the Métis Nation of Ontario and an independent singer/songwriter. She has released five full-length albums and also self-manages her career. Her album Keep a Fire was nominated for a JUNO Award and won a Canadian Folk Music Award for Indigenous Songwriter of the Year.
- Ken Yates
Oct. 20, 2022
A Canadian folk singer originally from London, Ont., Ken Yates won the Canadian Folk Music Award for English songwriter of the year at the Canadian Folk Music Awards in 2017.
- Tim and the Glory Boys
Nov. 1, 2022
Two-time JUNO champs and 2021 Canadian Country Music Awards Group of the Year, these Canadian lads have been entertaining live audiences around the world since 2013 with their blend of country jams with a dash of blue-collar humour.
- Sandra Bouza performs Alanis Morissette
Nov. 12, 2022
A Hamilton, Ont. native and 2019 winner of the Toronto Blues Society’s Talent Search, Sandra Bouza represented Toronto in the 2020 International Blues Challenge in Memphis, Tennessee making it into the semi-finals with her dynamic representation of the Toronto blues scene.
- Grace, 2 — The Music of the Tragically Hip
Nov. 25, 2022
Canada’s greatest and most loved touring tribute band for The Tragically Hip bring their sweet sounds to Aeolian Hall.
Wolf Performance Hall
251 Dundas St.
- Jazz for the People: The Bettys
Sept. 7, 2022
A harmony trio who dress in delightfully matching attire and move with sultry elegance, this group’s genre spans from the 1920s to the 1980s including swing, cabaret, Motown, and even 80s rock. An evening with The Bettys is always sexy, hilarious and free.
- Angela Park & Scott St. John present Fire and Beauty
Sept. 11, 2022
A compilation of classical masterpieces from past to present featuring violin and piano. Angela Park is a JUNO award-winning pianist who has performed on stages all over the world, while Scott St. John is originally from London, Ont. The act is just one part of the Wolf’s 20th Anniversary Celebration series.
- Roland Grant
Oct. 11, 2022
Canadian guitar virtuoso, composer, and vocalist renown for a live showmanship style, Roland Grant’s sound is described as rock fused prominently with Latin and Spanish guitar while incorporating orchestral elements.
This is just a taste of what’s to come this fall. London’s music scene is rich with talent and energy across many different genres, and for it to grow it needs the community to get involved. So make the most of this hotbed of musical acts this fall.