Concerts & Shows

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Concerts & Shows

Since opening night in 1889 The Great Hall has hosted performances of every kind. Today, it lives on as an entertainment destination beloved by performers and patrons alike.

The two main performance halls and two smaller spaces can handle anything from intimate recitals to elaborate concerts. Our seasoned team leverages the unique character of these venues and our state of the art sound & lighting to ensure that your show at The Great Hall is truly memorable.

The top of the line infrastructure, accessible venues, and easy to reach locale make The Great Hall an incomparable setting, with an open vendor policy and flexible décor guidelines that allow you to personalize every detail of your event. Our straightforward booking system and practical approach simplify the planning process, leaving you free to focus on what matters.

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TESTIMONIALS

As a musician first and a promoter second The Great Hall is not only the most beautiful historic building in Toronto but the best live music venue as well. It has the best, most professional staff as well as the best sound, best lighting and the best vibe in all of Toronto. It’s the only real music hall the city has to offer with the class of a larger venue like Massey Hall. It’s definitely the only Music Hall for local musicians with any ties to the community and it’s the only place I choose to take my concerts & events as I have done for the last 6 years. The space speaks directly to the creation of occasion and the wiliness of those in charge to stay open to new ideas and events of all types is unique in our time in TO ; I am indebted to them for an avalanche of epic times and sweet memories. The immaculate renovation is really more of a cloaked restoration with impeccable modern upgrades that have addressed all of the ailments typical of a historic building of its size. The grandeur of the facade, dance floor, vaulted ceiling, balcony, stage and iconic stairway are all seemingly untouched although greatly renewed.

Chris Sandes – The Big Sound