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Rating: 4.4 out of 5 based on 32 reviews

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The Irish are coming! The Irish are coming! Northern Irish dance-punk trio Two Door Cinema Club have stormed the urban scene with their fresh indie new-wave sound. Think of them as your ticket to catchy dance music without the guilt.
If you've been to any cool-kid parties with plenty of PBR or watched a Microsoft Outlook commercial you've heard Two Door Cinema Club. The debut single "Something Good Can Work" was originally released in 2009 on a trend-setting compilation from fashion house/record label Maison Kitsunè. If you can't remember it catch it on Youtube (it has nearly 15 million views).

Following in the footsteps of French dance-pop phenomena Phoenix and '80s icon Duran Duran, Two Door Cinema Club recorded their debut 2010 album Tourist History at Eastcote Studios in London. Mixed by Phillip Zdar, his vision was to  punch up the beat with rich bass and foot-stomping rhythm. While on tour with Alt-J, Chvrches, Peace and St Lucia, their live sets turned into impromptu dance parties, not even the most passive fans couldn't resist the groove.
Their sophomore album Beacon, produced by Jacknife Lee was released in September 2012 and reached No. 17 on the U.S. Billboard 200 with  singles" Sleep Alone" and "Sun." Well thought hooks, good beats, and fearless when it comes to having fun, Two Door Cinema Club is going to have many honorary members wanting to join in.


Rating: 4.4 out of 5 based on 32 reviews
  • Rating: 4 out of 5


    by Szilvo on 2024-03-07History - Toronto

    Two Door Cinema Club was fun - and the venue: HISTORY in Toronto, was awesome. Huge, clean venue, enough space to host a sold-out floor concert comfortably, and the staff were great. Two Door Cinema Club performed an awesome, nearly non-stop performance - but they didn't do much to make the concert "special", in my opinion. They only paused their playing for one quick 20 second speech to connect with the audience. The songs were exactly as they are recorded, with no remixing or fun showmanship. They still played well and sounded great, and I had a good time overall.

  • Rating: 2 out of 5

    VERY meh

    by Cassie on 2024-03-05

    I found their performance boring. They didn't interact much with the crowd. It seemed like the lead singer felt like he was too good to be there/be interested. They had to ask "are you still with us, [City]?"like a few times toward the end because people were falling asleep. Just not what I expected from a band who makes music that's fun to dance to. Disappointed.

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    I can talk about TDCC

    by R. D. on 2019-09-30The Danforth Music Hall - Toronto

    Haven't seen TDCC in a couple of years so I forgot how entertaining they are live. Great setlist with new songs and old and they really got the crowd moving during their popular tunes. They had a really cool stage design too with fun mini videos and fantastic lighting - I recommend seeing them if you get a chance!

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    You should have been there

    by VeraDiablo on 2019-09-25The Danforth Music Hall - Toronto

    First of all, the giant screen surrounding the whole screen brought so much colour to the stage and visualized every album simply yet creatively bold. The whole band just play magnificently together and really know how to entertain. Thank you TDCC incredibly much for being you; Unique, thoughtful and for inspiring the body to dance.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5


    by Samiam on 2019-09-21The Danforth Music Hall - Toronto

    Saw two door cinema club with my daughter. It was a fantastic concert. The sound and venue was perfect. Sat in the second row of mezzanine seats. Could see everything from there and we even got up and danced. I would definitely go back again.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    a m a z i n g

    by lindsey on 2019-09-21The Danforth Music Hall - Toronto

    the band was awesome! they were so energetic and lively! highly recommend if you want to see a good show

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Wild and memorable

    by G on 2019-09-21The Danforth Music Hall - Toronto

    The show itself was a masterpiece. They took it to another level and not even once would you want to look away. They sounded just as good. They are so humble and talented. I feel special that I got to see them and hope they come again soon

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Two Door's High Tempo Show Doesn't Disappoint

    by LavenderLarry on 2017-04-21Orpheum Theatre - Vancouver

    From the moment the band opened up with Cigarettes in the Theatre until the final encore (What You Know), Two Door Cinema Club's performance at the Orpheum in Vancouver was nothing short of amazing.

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    Great show

    by steff56822 on 2016-12-07 Rebel (Formerly known as Sound Academy) - Toronto

    Two Door always put on a high energy show. This show in TO was no exception. They had a great set list (where they did an excellent job of mixing old favorites with new songs). One complaint would be that while the venue has been renovated recently, it is still virtually impossible to see anything if you are in the crowd (towards the middle/back). Other than that, the show was exceptional.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Never ceases to amaze.

    by BroodsFan on 2016-12-06 Rebel (Formerly known as Sound Academy) - Toronto

    I've been a fan of TDCC since "Tourist History" and any time they went on tour and was in town, I'd miss the opportunity to catch them live. Finally, after 6 years, I got to witness them perform live and crossed this off my concert bucketlist. Their set-- from beginning to the end, was absolutely incredible and they played a good mix of old and new tracks. Regardless of age or how familiar one may or may not have been with their latest album, "Gameshow", they surely did not fail to put on a good show. They had the crowd clapping, dancing and singing along to chorus anthems. Lastly, I highly admire how they're not afraid of introducing new, up-and-coming artists of a totally different music genre, to their own fanbase. When news broke that TDCC were bringing on BROODS, as their opening artist for the N. American tour stops, my ears perked and I bought tickets well in advance, as I've been a fan of them as well. And to no surprise, it was a good call on TDCC's part. Thanks to this band, BROODS have received the attention they well-deserved, at each tour stop, and has built a whole new fanbase here in N. America. Truly a night to remember!