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Air Canada Centre


This modern 21,000-seat arena alternates between major-name concerts and hockey and basketball games. This is where you're likely to find Madonna, Elton...

40 Bay Street
Tags: Pop
Major venue

Cadillac Lounge


Yes, that really is a Cadillac embedded in the wall above this bar's front entrance. Inside you'll find more vintage in the form of Elvis memorabilia and...

1296 Queen Street W
Tags: Country, Folk, Rock

Cameron House

Critics' choice
Cabaret & circus, Music

After 20-plus years, the Cameron remains a favourite with Queen West bohemian hipsters. The eclectic booking policy meanders through cabaret, country, jazz,...

408 Queen Street W

Drake Underground

Comedy, Music

The basement of the hip Drake Hotel possesses an underground artistic sensibility. Local artists and musicians have taken to this intimate, well-designed...

1150 Queen Street W
Tags: World

El Mocambo


For decades, the Elmo was the city's most internationally famous live music club. The Rolling Stones played an infamous gig here in the '70s (Margaret...

464 Spadina Avenue

Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts


An opera house can assume a larger-than-life presence and become a symbol of a city. Think of Milan's La Scala, the swooping sail architecture of Sydney or...

145 Queen Street W
Major venue

George Weston Recital Hall


Loved by performers and concert-goers alike, this hall is one of Canada's finest. Located far from the city centre, in the Toronto Centre for the Arts in...

Toronto Centre for the Arts, 5040 Yonge Street

Glenn Gould Studio

Critics' choice

Named after the Canadian piano virtuoso, this theatre continues to be one of Toronto's favourite concert venues. It is home to many of CBC Radio's...

Canadian Broadcasting Centre, 250 Front Street W

Grossman's Tavern


Opened in 1949, this Chinatown tavern features a cast of seasoned regulars who look as though they came with the original furniture. Beery and a little...

379 Spadina Avenue
Tags: Folk

Harbourfront Centre Concert Stage


The fan-shaped outdoor summer stage looks out on to Lake Ontario and the Toronto Islands. It usually hosts world music concerts, but you can sometimes catch...

235 Queens Quay W

Horseshoe Tavern

Critics' choice

A Toronto legend, the rough-and-ready Horseshoe has been serving up pints and kick-ass tunes since 1947. It has had colourful incarnations as a country and...

370 Queen Street W
Tags: Rock

Hugh's Room

Critics' choice

This classy folk club was a dream of Richard and Hugh Carson. Hugh died before the dream was realised, but his name and spirit lives on in this West End...

2261 Dundas Street W
Tags: Folk, World

Lee's Palace & the Dance Cave

Bars & pubs, Clubs, Music

Helped by its proximity to the University of Toronto, this has long been one of the city's premier rock clubs. The high, wide stage, rockin' bartenders and...

529 Bloor Street W

Lula Lounge

Critics' choice

A refreshing addition to the scene, Lula's is on the edge of Little Brazil, and has a Latin vibe to its drinks (fine Mojitos), food (tasty tapas) and decor....

1585 Dundas Street W
Tags: World

Massey Hall

Critics' choice

The first concert at this historic auditorium took place in 1894 and featured Handel's Messiah, performed by a 500-member choir and 70-piece orchestra....

178 Victoria Street
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