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Nestled in the Landsowne Park property, TD Place Stadium is a popular sporting arena in Ottawa. Operating since 1908, this arena went through major renovations in 2008 and boasts of accommodating up to 24000 spectators. TD Place Stadium is home to the famous soccer and football teams like Ottawa Redblacks and Ottawa Fury FC. A major sporting venue ever since its establishment, TD Place Stadium has been a host to CFL Championship game, 1976 Summer Olympics, under 20 FIFA World Cup. Besides sports, this place also hosts several concerts and has seen performance by some international names like the Rolling Stones, AC/DC and more.
Lansdowne Park is one of the prime locations for live performances and trade shows in Ottawa. It is also the venue for the annual SuperEx. The main aim of this venue is to cater to all age groups and become a multi-purpose sports and entertainment center. Some of the facilities here include exhibition halls, an assembly hall and the Aberdeen Pavilion. These facilities are available for public events and can accommodate small and huge groups of people.
One of the premier spaces in Ottawa, the Centrepointe Theatre has seen several extraordinary performances since its opening in the year 1988. Showcasing performances such as Little Women by the Orpheus Music Society, The Nutcracker and others, the theater has gained much popularity among drama connoisseurs. Centrepointe Theatre varied shows that appeal to people of all age groups and tastes, and is one of the quality entertainment destinations of the city.
Comprising four art spaces namely Gloucester Pottery School, Ottawa School of Art Orleans Campus Gallery, Promenade Arteast and the Trinity Art Gallery, Shenkman Arts Centre offers spacious exhibition spaces in Orleans, where numerous exhibitions take place throughout the year. Apart from the temporary exhibitions, this center also features two permanent art installations called Resonance by Maskull Lasserre and Stand by Adrian Gollner. If you are an art lover, this is an ideal place to meet artists and art collectors.
Canadian Tire Centre, formerly the Scotiabank Place, is made for die-hard hockey fans. The arena is home to the Ottawa Senators of the National Hockey League, and hosts Canadian University Men's Basketball tournaments from time to time. Spread across 56,000 square meters (600,000 square feet), this huge arena is also popular for hosting music concerts by national and international artists. One Direction, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, and Ed Sheeran are a few of the many celebrities that have performed here.