Concert Review: Dua Lipa at Mod Club

Monday night (Feb 27), UK synth-pop/R&B singer-songwriter Dua Lipa hit the stage at her sold-out show at Toronto’s Mod Club.

Before Dua hit the stage, New York City based hip-hop artist, Ro Ransom made his first performing debut in Toronto by kicking things off as the opening act. He helped bring the energy to packed house by performing tracks including, “Doppelganger”, “Donuts”, “See Me Fall”, plus more.

She performed her radio hits including, “Be The One”, “Hotter Than Hell”, “Blow Your Mind” and much more. During the mid-point of her show, she decided to the night extra special by debuting a live performance of her Martin Garrix collaboration, “Scared To Be Lonely”.

Dua Lipa expected to release her self-titled debut album on June 2nd, which will feature the many of her performed singles. In addition, it will feature production by Zedd, Verse Simmonds, and much more.

Check out our photos below:

Photos via Jordan James Andrew (@xxistforever)


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