Toronto’s getting a brand new state-of-the-art live music hall and it will serve as a hub for the city’s emerging talent and international touring acts.
The Corporation of Massey Hall and Roy Thomson Hall announce the opening of TD Music Hall – a 500-capacity performance space located on the fourth floor of the new Allied Music Centre.
According to a recent press release, the TD Music Hall will also host and provide a space for community partnerships, including cultural organizations and events such as the International Indigenous Music Summit, Honey Jam, TD Toronto Jazz Festival, Lula Music and Arts Centre, Lulaworld Festival, Small World Music.
“TD Music Hall represents the future of Toronto’s music scene. Purpose-built for incredible sound with modern amenities for fans and artists alike,” said Jesse Kumagai, President, and CEO of Allied Music Centre. “This brand new venue is a gift to music fans, much like Massey Hall when it first opened its doors in 1894.”
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The event space offers 10.5 metre-high, floor-to-ceiling windows that offer unique views of the city landscape.
As for the tech side of things, the new venue has an immersive audio system, impressive lighting, rigging, and video systems. It also has integrated audio and video recording capabilities, good performance sightlines, and strong acoustics. And down the line, emerging artists will also benefit from a 150-capacity community theatre and the Deane Cameron Recording Studio soon to open in the new building later this year.
The Halluci Nation will kick off the grand opening on February 10, 2023, and tickets are on sale. Toronto R&B artist, Dylan Sinclair will hit the TD Music Hall stage for three nights on February 14, 15 and 16, 2023, too!
Check out the list of artists coming to the venue this year.
TD Music Hall
Where: 178 Victoria Street