This Canadian band is summing it up with one final tour – and their last stop is in Toronto! Sum 41, one of the most well-known Canadian rock bands, announced on social media on Monday that they’re embarking on their Tour of the Setting Sum Final World Tour and here’s what you need to know.

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“There comes a time when it all has to end,” read the post.

The world tour has 76 shows on the roster so far with more to be added, kicking off on March 1st in Indonesia.

Sum 41 originally from Ajax Ontario is wrapping up their tour close to home, playing the last show at Scotiabank Arena on January 30th, 2025.

As of right now, there are only four other Canadian shows on deck for the tour all in Quebec. Between the dates of August 1st – August 9th, the band will make stops in Rimouski, Saguenay, Québec City and Victoriaville.


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The announcement comes following Sum 41’s announcement on social media in May where they stated they were disbanding and putting out one last album titled “Heaven :x: Hell.”

According to the social media statement tickets for Tour of the Setting Sum go on sale Friday, January 19th.

Get ready to say your goodbyes and rock on one last time!

Tour of the Setting Sum Final Show

When: Thursday, January 30th, 2025
Where: Scotiabank Arena, 40 Bay Street
Cost: TBA