Post Malone To Headline Free Toronto Concert

Post Malone, the multiplatinum-certified phenomenon whose current single “Psycho” (featuring Ty Dolla $ign) helped the lyrical maven set a new record for the most songs in the top 20 of Billboard‘s Hot 100 by a single artist (a record previously held by The Beatles in 1964), will headline a free concert in Toronto as part of the Aurora Illumination Concert Series, a summer-long celebration that will ignite every corner of Canada with free musical performances.

Canadian residents can sign up for FREE tickets and the latest announcements, photos and event information here.

The event will also feature a complimentary beverage station offering drinks with Space Bear terpene blends, and engaging Illumination + Aurora Aura photo stations.

● Wednesday, 6/27 – Ticket registration opens at 10AM ET at
● Saturday, 7/25 – Registration ends 10PM ET
● Monday, 7/27 – Tickets become available to registrants at 10AM ET
● Monday, 8/6 – Concert doors open at 8:00 PM
WHERE: The Mod Club, 722 College St, Toronto, ON M6G 1C4, Canada

Illumination Concert Series presenter Aurora Cannabis Inc. is a Canadian Cannabis company that’s redefining the thriving cannabis space. As one of the world’s largest federally licensed, medical cannabis companies, Aurora is committed to providing its patients with the highest standard of product quality, customer service and affordable pricing, while removing barriers to access. A progressive leader, using innovative technologies and state-of-the-art facilities, the company cultivates and produces exceptional, high quality, safe medical cannabis for the global market. It’s growing constellation of subsidiaries and strategic partners provides global reach, product choice and first-class delivery.


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● Alexisonfire (July 6, Edmonton)
● The Cult (July 13, Edmonton)
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● Arkells (July 22, Prince Edward Island)
● Sam Roberts Band (July 25, Whitehorse)
● City and Colour (July 31, Iqaluit)