One of the most magical parts of the holiday season is the music. And if you can make it out to see a live performance, the experience can make this time of year feel even that more special. Here are a few of our top picks for Christmas concerts in the Toronto area that are worth checking out during your time in the city. And, of course, don't forget to book your rental vehicle with us at Zoom Rentals for your visit. We're conveniently located just five minutes from Toronto International Airport and offer an extensive fleet of vehicles to suit any traveller. Give us a call to make your reservations today! John Legend The critically-acclaimed, Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter is performing a special "Legendary Christmas" concert in support of his Christmas album of the same name. He performs on November 27 at the Sony Centre for Performing Arts. Tchaikovsky's "The Nutcracker" & More From November 28 to December 2 at the Roy Thomson Hall, conductor Earl Lee will lead this year's annual tribute to the Russian composer. Expect to hear a great selection from the beloved Christmas classic, The Nutcracker, as well as his Fourth Symphony. Festival of Carols Don't miss all 120 voices of the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, the Canadian Staff Band of the Salvation Army, and the Toronto Youth Choir as they join forces. The Festival of Carols will feature all of the Christmas classics and favourites and takes place from December 4 to 5 at the Yorkminster Park Baptist Church. Home Alone in Concert Relive the magic of this beloved box office holiday classic from the ‘90s! John Williams’ score is being performed again by popular demand, from December 6 to 8 and the Roy Thomson Concert Hall. You can almost see Kevin McCallister outsmarting those silly Wet Bandits.