Season 3 of Live at Massey Hall Launches with 30-Minute Concert Films From Owen Pallett, Peaches, Rheostatics, and More

Season 3 of Live at Massey Hall, the signature concert and concert film series, is now streaming for free at Watch 30-minute concert films from Owen Pallett, Peaches, Rheostatics, Tanya Tagaq, The Weather Station, Alejandra Ribera, Amelia Curran, Chilly Gonzales, The Hidden Cameras, and Bahamas.

Multiple JUNO Award winner Bahamas makes his Massey Hall debut performing songs from throughout his acclaimed catalogue including the premiere of a new song, “Alone” for Live at Massey Hall.

Chilly Gonzales, the Grammy-winning Canadian pianist and entertainer, is known as much for his intimate piano touch as for his showmanship and composition for award-winning stars. It’s all on display in his triumphant Massey Hall headline debut, accompanied by the celebrated Kaiser Quartett.

In a completely improvised performance with her long-time touring bandmates and a 50-voice choir, Polaris Music Prize winner and recent member of the Order of Canada Tanya Tagaq makes her ferocious Live at Massey Hall debut.

A decade ago, under the moniker Final Fantasy, internationally acclaimed musician and composer Owen Pallett was the recipient of the first ever Polaris Music Prize. Here, in a show that celebrated ten years of Polaris, Owen Pallett makes his solo Massey Hall debut and highlights his incredible musical catalogue.

The globetrotting singer and songwriter Alejandra Ribera performs material from ‘La Boca’ including her award-winning “I Want” in a very special Live at Massey Hall performance.

As she celebrates the release of her new album Watershed, JUNO-winner and the pride of St. John’s, NF performs “The Mistress,” “Somebody Somewhere” and other favourites Live at Massey Hall.

In her highly anticipated Toronto homecoming concert, the one and only Peaches tears the roof off of her Live at Massey Hall debut. Featuring collaborations with Feist and Joel Gibb (The Hidden Cameras), she performs material from The Teaches of Peaches through to her latest, Rub.

The Hidden Cameras, the Toronto-based collective led by Joel Gibb, celebrate the launch of their latest album Home On Native Land with an energetic performance that features guests Ron Sexsmith and Feist.

Canadian rock luminaries Rheostatics reunite on the iconic Massey Hall stage for the first time in nearly a decade, performing fan favourites including “Claire,” “California Dreamline” and more.