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Billie Eilish 'Hit Me Hard And Soft' Tour Canadian Tickets Go On Sale, Missy Elliott Adds Second Toronto Show

PartyNextDoor, Slipknot, Jim Cuddy and Frank Turner also announced upcoming Canadian concerts this week.

Billie Eilish
Billie Eilish
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As of today, May 3, Canadian fans can get their hands on tickets to Billie Eilish's upcoming Hit Me Hard and Soft tour.

Announced earlier this week, the tour accompanies the pop star's new record of the same name, out May 17. The tour kicks off in Quebec City at the Centre Videotron on Sept. 29, before two nights at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto and, later, a stop in Vancouver. Tickets are available here.


Missy Elliott fans can also now secure their spot in the crowd at the her first ever headlining tour, Out Of This World. The star just added a second date in Toronto, on Aug. 20 at Scotiabank Arena due to popular demand, where she'll be accompanied by Busta Rhymes, Ciara, and super-producer Timbaland. Elliott is also coming to Vancouver on July 4 and Montreal on Aug. 17. Grab tickets to see the Supa Dupa Fly rapper before they're gone.

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Toronto R&B artist and Billboard Canada cover star PartyNextDoor also announced new dates this week. Supporting his latest LP, PartyNextDoor 4, the Sorry I'm Outside Tour is coming to Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton and Montreal this summer (presumably, a Toronto date is yet to be announced). Tickets are available now here.

English singer-songwriter Frank Turner is making plans to come across the pond this fall, with six new Canadian dates on the horizon.

Canadian folk musician and Blue Rodeo singer Jim Cuddy is getting back in the saddle to promote a new solo album, All The World Fades Away, performing from the Maritimes to the west coast this summer and fall.

Heavy metal heroes Slipknot, meanwhile, are celebrating their 25th anniversary as a band with a single Canadian date at Scotiabank Arena on August 17. Tickets are on sale now.

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The Black Keys

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The Black Keys Cancel North American Leg of International Players Tour

The rock duo's 31-date arena trek was scheduled to launch in September and included a date at Toronto's Scotiabank Arena on Oct. 11, 2024.

The Black Keys have abruptly canceled their upcoming North American tour.

The 31-date arena trek — which was scheduled to launch Sept. 17 in Tulsa, Okla., and wrap Nov. 12 in Detroit — quietly disappeared from Ticketmaster’s website without explanation on Friday (May 24).

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