Celebrating their 40th anniversary, the Grammy-Award winning band Toto, will perform in The Colosseum on Thursday August 23 at 8 pm, as part of their 40 Trips Around The Sun tour.

Toto, one of the top-selling, touring and recording acts in the world, is known for their instantly recognizable greatest hits “Africa,” “Hold the Line” and “Rosanna”. Recently, the group released 40 Trips Around the Sun, an expansive Best Of collection that features three new recordings; “Spanish Sea”, “Alone” and “Struck By Lightning”, alongside newly remastered classic tracks.

Few ensembles in the history of recorded music have individually or collectively had a larger imprint on pop culture than the members of Toto. Since the band was formed in 1977, Toto have released 14 studio albums together, and individually the band members can be heard on an astonishing 5,000 albums including work by Michael Jackson, Elton John, Steely Dan, Pink Floyd, Aretha Franklin and Neil Diamond.  As one of the only bands from the 1970’s that have endured the changing trends and styles, Toto continues to have a multi-generational worldwide fan base.

Tickets start at $25 Canadian and go on sale at noon on Saturday, June 16 at the Box Office and

Upcoming shows: Pitbull (new date – June 23), Yanni (June 29), Bryan Adams – July 3 SOLD OUT, Sarah McLachlan (July 4), Disturbed (July 11), Barry Manilow (July 13), Trevor Noah (July 20), Russell Peters (new date – July 28), Reba (Aug 2), David Foster (new date – Aug 3), Cole Swindell (new date – Aug 9), Darcy Oake (new date – Aug 16), Toto (Aug 23), Lee Brice (new date – Aug 31), Amy Schumer & Friends (Sept 13), Johnny Reid (new date – Sept 15 – ALL AGES), Blink-182 (new date – Sept 18), Buddy Guy  (new date – Oct 3), Terry Fator (new date – Nov 17) and Brian Wilson (new date – Nov 25). Daniel O’Donnell (TBD).

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