The Scotiabank Arena is a stunning event facility overlooking Lake Ontario. Boasting of a standing capacity of close to 20,000, this arena delights spectators with its state-of-the-art interior and a gigantic video screen that ensures an obstruction-free view of the game. The place is used for a variety of sporting events ranging from basketball to lacrosse, but the it is at its euphoric best when hockey heroes Toronto Maple Leafs are at the center.
The Opera House attracts some of the best music performers in the city. It is worth the trip to check out who's playing at a venue where bands go out of their way to perform. The place has an underground feel with a sound reminiscent of catacombs, but the environment has a charge in the air that boosts any concert. No food is offered, but the bar is fully stocked with all your rock-and-roll needs. Ticket prices vary.
Declared a national historic site in 1982, this structure represents the last stacked Edwardian theater in the world, meaning one theater on top of the other. It was built in 1913 as the first of the Loews vaudeville theatre chain. Located downstairs, the 1,500-seat Elgin Theatre makes for a lavish gathering with royal boxes and charming gilded plaster details. The upstairs 1,000-seat Winter Garden features trompe-l'oeil paintings of pastoral scenes and a spectacular fireproof garden hanging from the roof. Catch some of the most awaited theater productions at this spectacular venue.
Evergreen Brick Works is a unique and fun-filled way to experience sustainable development. A quarry and buildings have been transformed into parks, attractions, and an educational center. Evergreen Brick Works wants to educate people in an informative and interesting way. There are a lot of sites to explore, including learning how to make pottery at Clay Works, buying local produce at Evergreen Garden Market, hiking through Don Valley Brick Works Park, and the exploring the beautiful Children's Garden in Chimney Court.
Given to Toronto by the Massey family in the late 1800s, the Massey Hall and the building was declared a heritage site in the 1970s. Today, it hosts more than 100 events annually, ranging from jazz, classical, folk and rock music to international dance. Comedy and theater troupes as well as opera choirs have performed here to appreciative audiences. Ticket prices vary, depending on seat and performance so call ahead for details for more.
Used primarily as the city's industrial docklands for decades, the Harbourfront area has been developed over the last 30 years into a recreational and cultural attraction that now draws more than three million visitors per year. Harbourfront's attraction is many things to many people. Some shop at the Queens Quay Terminal and the others take in an outdoor concert at Concert Stage or attend a festival at the York Quay Centre. While others turn out for the annual book reading events. A place buzzing with diverse activities!
Located on Yonge Street which is home to a number of theaters, The Panasonic has had its name changed quite a few times but still has the same charm. This state of the art concert and theater has been home to a number of traveling acts who come to this great city to entertain crowds. Its convenient location makes its a good option to catch a show after dining or shopping. Parking is easily available too and it has a capacity of around 700 odd people.
The Heliconian Hall exudes a Victorian charm and a laid-back elegance. This concert hall at the Toronto Heliconian Club boasts of beautiful rose windows, vaulted ceilings and intricately decorated entrances. It can house a decent crowd, and is used for music concerts, dramatics and other performing arts. The grand piano at the hall is truly a delightful sight. Impeccable lighting and flawless acoustics, make any event at the Heliconian Hall a delight to watch. Occasionally, corporate functions are also held here. Call for more information.
Contemporary architecture, an elegant facade and high-tech equipments.; Isabel Bader Theater has it all. Located within University of Toronto, this venue is known to host a mix of varied events, right from concerts to seminars for students. Marvelous acoustics that include special arrangements for the hearing impaired and a seating capacity of around 500, enables this venue to entertain a decently large crowd. Highly adaptable in terms of logistics, this theater proves to be multi-purpose in every sense.