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Live Music
Welcome to the Toronto-Entertainment.ca live music section. Here you will find Toronto live music venue images, maps, dress code tips, price range. Everything you need to plan the perfect night out.
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735 Queen St. East, Toronto,
(416) 466-0313

The Opera House is a unique and intimate venue still holding all the charm of its original 1900’s vaudeville theatre architecture. For the past 20 years this landmark facility in Toronto’s downtown core has been host to some of the biggest, original and unique concert & special events in the area.

370 Queen Street West, Toronto,
(416) 598-4226
Hosted the likes of The Rolling Stones, Tragically Hip, Blue Rodeo, Bryan Adams, Willie Nelson, Son Volt, Ryan Adams, Whiskeytown, Golden Smog, Big Sugar, The Strokes, Nickleback, Guided by Voices, RL Burnside, Soundtrack of Our Lives, Elvez, Cowboy Junkies, Stompin Tom Connors, Wilco, Los Lobos, Dick Dale, Link Wray, Watchmen, Sloan, Spirit of the West, Live, Everclear, Foo Fighters, Ash, Cat Power, Hi-Llamas, Apples in Stereo, Super Furry Animals, Cowboy Junkies, Junior Brown, Neko Case, The Sadies, etc…
529 Bloor Street West, Toronto,
(416) 532-1598
Two of Toronto's longest running nightclubs under one roof.  Lee's Palace features live music on the main floor, The Dance Cave has alternative rock DJs seven nights a week.
249 Ossington Avenue, Toronto,
(416) 850-4579
“If you’ve misplaced your used Wrangler shirt, have no fear -- you don’t need to look like you’ve stepped out of a saloon to fit in at this place. It may be a country bar, but everyone’s got their own style”.  -toronto.com
722 College Street, Toronto,
(416) 588-4663
The nightclub lives up to its name with "Mod" themed artwork splashed on the walls and all the latest Brit-indie, pop, rock and electronic music pumping through the speakers. The Mod Club also moonlights as an intimate concert venue.
1197 Dundas St W, Toronto,
(416) 519-9439
Quickly rising to the forefront as one of the best places to catch up-and-coming talent, the Garrison hosts the Wavelength concert series, which is most renowned for helping bands like Broken Social Scene, the Constantines, and the Hidden Cameras break out in Toronto and beyond.
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