Rina Sawayama electrifies the stage at Toronto’s History


Photo by Sara De Ledesma

On Wednesday, August 9th, rising pop superstar, Rina Sawayama, graced Toronto’s prestigious History venue for a thrilling night of powerhouse performances. This marked the initial stop following a series of festival appearances, allowing for a more intimate show between Rina and her fans.

Sawayama wasted no time in setting the stage. Kicking off with “Hold The Girl,” the hit track from both her tour and latest album, Rina took the spotlight alongside her exceptionally skilled troupe of backup dancers, delivering a dramatic and exciting performance. Continuing through her curated setlist, the pop luminary continued into several of her chart-topping hits, including “Comme Des Garcons,” “Beg For You,” and “XS.”

Throughout the show, Rina underwent a series of wardrobe changes, each tailored to the thematic nature of her songs. From a white industrial-inspired gown to a short and sleek black latex outfit, Rina kept her audience on their feet awaiting her next fashion statement. As the end of the night drew near, Sawayama was seen wearing an alluring all-red latex ensemble paired with a bedazzling cowboy hat for “This Hell.” In an enlightening moment, she encouraged the crowd to sing along and shared her microphone with her fans during the bridge.

Rina Sawayama’s “Hold The Girl Reloaded” tour highlights the perfect fusion of powerhouse vocals, dynamic choreography, and theatrical brilliance. We are so glad to have experienced her show and can’t wait to see what she does next.

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Photos by Sara De Ledesma


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