Saturday, Sept. 5
Event: Jairam Show
Details: This is one of the most awaited shows for Malayalis in Toronto. Yester year heart throb Jairam (maybe he still is) is coming to town. The show by Keralite Art Lovers Association (KALA) is taking place at the Meeting House, 2700 Bristol Cir, Oakville. At 6:30 p.m. Cost of tickets range from $20 to $500.
Saturday, Sept. 12
Details: Badshah of comedy Umer Shareef, Bollywood/Pakistani Bhangra sensation Abrar Ul Haq, Bollywood playback singer: Mustafa Zahid and Saima Myssah Khan are performing in this fall concert at Powerade Centre, 7575 Kennedy Rd. S. Tickets cost $20/person.
Contact: Emaad Siddiqui, 416-409-4341 or visit: Here
Details: The legend of Punjabi music Gurdas Maan will be stopping by the Hershey Centre as part of his Canadian concert: The Eternal Jogi Tour. Tickets can be purchased at Ticketmaster.
Saturday, Sept. 19
Event: MACArts Festival
Details: Come to Celebration Square in Mississauga for a medley of food vendors, visual art exhibits, readings, lectures, craftwork, interactive and live performing arts will showcase the emerging, established and multicultural talent in Mississauga. Event runs 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Show is hosted by Mississauga Arts Council (MAC) and will feature Glen Chipkar, Swing Shift Big Band and Sampradya Dance Creations are the headliners.
Contact: Anupama Vittal, 905-615-4215
Saturday, Sept. 26
Details: Bollywood duo Salim-Sulaiman Merchant are expected to rock the town as part of their Live Concert. The Merchants are one of Bollywood’s royalty composers. They have scored in some 100 films such as Saif Ali starrer Kurbaan, Shah Ruk Khan’s Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi, Fashion, Band Baaja Baraat and more. Concert is taking place at 45 Manitoba Dr. in Toronto. Cost of tickets is $45/person to $250/person.
Sunday, Sept. 27
Event: Suhaag Show
Details: Bridezillas not welcome here. The 18th annual Suhaag Show in association with TD Bank will be held in Sept. 27 at the Toronto Congress Centre (650 Dixon Rd. Toronto) from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Fashion shows taking place at 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tickets are $8/person and available at the door. Parking is free.