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Vendors › Toronto › Entertainment & Nightlife › Music Venues

Music Venues



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Alleycatz Live Jazz Bar

2409 Yonge St., Toronto

Exposed brick and dark wood lends to the upscale ambience of this Yonge & Eg hangout. Nightly shows in a

Bar Italia

582 College St., Toronto

A longtime staple on College Street. The image and interior are upscale, but the attitude is refreshingly low-key. Main floor

Bovine Sex Club

542 Queen St. W., Toronto

You can’t miss the junk-art awning adorned with chairs, hubcaps and old 45s. Decor is recycled industrial materials, music is

Cameron House

408 Queen St. W., Toronto

For more than 20 years, this laid-back watering hole has been a favourite with hipsters and art school students. Creations

Club 279

279 Yonge St., Toronto

Located above the Hard Rock Cafe on Yonge, past performers include Nickelback, The Tragically Hip and Default. Call for concert

El Mocambo

464 Spadina Ave., Toronto

A brightly lit palm tree marks the spot for this popular venue open since 1850. Over the years legendary musicians

Free Times Café

320 College St., Toronto

Casual, simple resto is the setting for a weekly Jewish Sun. brunch featuring gefilte fish (not kosher) on the menu

Gladstone Hotel

1214 Queen St. W., Toronto

Funky addition with three venues for partying. Melody Bar hosts popular karaoke nights that regulars take seriously. Plus live nightly

Horseshoe Tavern

370 Queen St. W., Toronto

Established in 1947, the tavern has hosted more than half a century of live music. Blues, rock and alternative bands

Hugh’s Room

2261 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Live entertainment venue hosts a variety of musical genres, ranging from jazz and rock to country and Celtic. Call 416-531-6604

Lee’s Palace

529 Bloor St. W., Toronto

A colourful mural nods to the funky aesthetics of this popular concert venue. Live shows nightly by up-and-coming bands, predominantly

Lula Lounge

1585 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Friendly and diverse crowd flock to this bohemian hangout decked out in Chinese red lanterns and chandeliers. Call for a

N’Awlins Jazz Bar & Dining

299 King St. W., Toronto

Cozy Theatre District spot with exposed brick, vintage jazz art on the walls and a long bar in the back.

Opera House

735 Queen St. E., Toronto

One of our most aesthetically pleasing concert venues. This old vaudeville theatre now has Gothic-inspired decor. The showroom features four

Orbit Room

580A College St., Toronto

Hold your lighters up! Higher! This music venue is owned by Alex Lifeson of iconic Canadian rock band Rush. Go

Phoenix Concert Theatre

410 Sherbourne St., Toronto

Live music venue with three different sections. The Main Room features a large dance floor and five bars, Le Loft

Press Club

850 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Celebrate the long, intimate relationship between writers and booze. Styled like a European bar with art deco touches, the specialty

Reposado Bar & Lounge

136 Ossington Ave., Toronto

The city’s premier tequila bar carries more than 30 varietals of the golden elixir. Plus a smaller selection of wine,

Reservoir Lounge

52 Wellington St. E., Toronto

This exposed-brick basement hideaway adorned with red velvet is the hip spot du jour for swing, jump blues and boogie

Revival Bar

783 College St., Toronto

This building was once a Baptist church and then a Polish veterans’ hall. Exposed-brick walls preserve window arches; padded pew-like
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