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.
Young Centre For The Performing Arts nourishes and promotes art in a big way in Toronto. Their repertoire is vast and includes poetry recitals, readings, stand-up shows, classical and contemporary concerts, ballet, opera and even visual arts. If you reach before showtime, stop by their in-house cafe bar which serves up very palatable refreshments and drinks. Besides theatrical productions, the theater can also be rental out for private events and corporate conferences.
The Angus Glen Golf Club was originally bought by Arthur Strolley, who ran a cattle farm on the property. Later it became a stud farm where he bred champion thoroughbreds. It was only as late as 1992 that a golf enthusiast himself, Strolley thought of converting it into a golf course. Today it is a hub of golfing activity and a venue for championships and tournaments. They have also taken over the management of the Markham Green golf club. Sunday brunches and Winemaker's dinner dance evenings on Fridays at Angus have a huge, loyal fan following.
Perfect place for a private party, Bar+ has to offer much more than just karaoke. Located at Yonge Street, it lies just a stones throw away from downtown. Replete with multiple private rooms that sit upto 25 people, Bar+ makes for a great choice to host birthdays, bachelor parties or corporate celebrations. Each room is equipped with state-of-the-art sound and video technology, which enables you to have a wholesome karaoke experience and a fun night. VIP room service along with a selection of varied high spirits is also available to go with the singing. Stylish and trendy, Bar+ is definitely the place to head, to have a rocking evening.
A chain of comedy clubs, Absolute Comedy also has a branch in Toronto, which is located at Younge Street towards the north of downtown. Featuring two of the most amazing stand-up comedians, Bobby Mair and Nick Reynoldson, the club hosts various shows on a routine basis. To attend any of their events, or to know about the show timings and schedule, please visit their website.
Situated across many locations in North America, Sky Zone is a indoor trampoline park for all ages. This particular branch of Sky Zone is located at Hawkestone Road, in the lovely city of Mississauga. A fun filled indoor trampoline, you can come here to play, jump, do activities like aerobics, dance or even play games like basket ball and catch. A superb park to spend time with your family, Sky Zone is one of those places, you must visit with children.
The 519 is a church community center that has been established to support the LGBTQ community. The main aim of this center is to teach the youth and citizens in the vicinity of the LGBTQ community. You can actively participate in the various events that are organized for the same. Other activities offered here are education, training, sports, and recreation. They also offer rental spaces for private events.
One of Toronto's most iconic and historically-significant event venues, the Mazzoleni Concert Hall's exquisitely refurbished self is carefully housed in a heritage structure of the Royal Conservatory of Music known to the world as the Ihnatowycz Hall. A venue tailored for hosting orchestral music concerts, plays, and recitals, the hall offers near-natural acoustics and comfortable seating options. The hall is known to host private events like parties, receptions, and product launches.
Built in 1931 and formerly known as Maple Leaf Gardens, the Mattamy Athletic Center is known as the Cathedral of Hockey. One of the largest arenas of its time, the centre has seen the likes of the Beatles, Elvis Presley, Muhammad Ali and even Winston Churchill thronging its doors. Presently, the multi-purpose sports facility is home to the volleyball, basketball and and hockey teams of Ryerson Rams. The site also houses an ice rink, a fitness club and a number of studios.