We've got friends in big places.
When you've been in the game as long as we have it's no wonder we're some of the most popular kids in town. We've served it up in some of the craziest places you can imagine in this city but along the way we've also made some "concrete" connections. Here's a list of some of the places we like to call home.
Full Venue - 3750
Theatre - 1100
Cocktail - 1500
Banquet - 750
Savage Room - 100
City Bar - 500
Purple Room - 80
11 Polson Street
REBEL is a truly distinctive and transformative event complex, offering guests a unique and unparalleled experience. The versatile event space functions as a state-of-the-art live concert venue as well as a turn-key corporate event facility.
Within the 45,000 square foot venue, the main room boasts a dramatic 65-foot stage with an expansive installation of LED video walls as well as a grand terrace overlooking the dramatic views of Lake Ontario. The mezzanine hosts the piece de resistance – a grand central bar, opulent built-in seating and a striking light installation hung above.
The Great Hall
Main Hall: Reception 500
Seated w/o Dance Floor 170
Seated w/ Dance Floor 120
Long Boat Room: Reception 400
Seated w/o Dance Floor 140
Seated w/ Dance Floor 110
1087 Queen Street West
The Great Hall’s venues are the perfect marriage of grand and intimate, traditional and modern. To achieve this, original elements were painstakingly restored to their former glory during an ambitious 16-month restoration that covered every facet of the building.
From the brick and Port Credit sandstone facade, to the 19th century radiators and original window mullions, attention was given to every detail in order to reveal The Great Hall’s rich history and ageless charm.
Sit Down 120
Licensed Event 175
14 Distillery Lane
Nestled in the Historic Distillery District in downtown Toronto, Arta Gallery is a unique commericial arts space and event venue. Visually stunning and remarkably flexible, Arta is the perfect space for weddings, fundraisers, and corporate functions, looking to
bring that something extra to their event.
Full capacity 400 (varies by set up)
601 Christie Street
Artscape Wychwood Barns is a community cultural hub that opened in 2008, where a dynamic mix of arts, culture, food security, urban agriculture, environmental and community initiatives come together to provide a new lease on life, for a century-old former streetcar facility.
Roy Thompson Hall
Full capacity 2600
60 Simcoe Street
Roy Thomson Hall, which opened in 1982, is the home of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, premier venue for the gala screenings of the Toronto International Film Festival and the venue of choice for corporate events throughout the year.
Thompson Landry Gallery
32 Distillery Lane
The larger of our two galleries, the Cooperage Space, is housed in a beautiful 4,300 sq. ft. original historic building in the heart of Toronto’s Distillery District. With its exposed brick and plaster walls, along with its unique layout, this sophisticated and rustic space is the perfect backdrop for any planned event.
Grand Symes - 750
Scarlet Room - 280
Outdoor - 250
150 Symes Rd
This architectural treasure, born of grand vision in the Art Deco era has been restored and restyled for its 21st Century renaissance as a unique event space in Toronto. A testament to artistic vision, the Symes is an ideal backdrop for your next event.
26 Sousa Mendes St
Rily Kitchen is a unique venue committed to bringing people together around food. Food is more than what’s on the plate; it’s about the shared memories created at the table. The space is designed to help you showcase your recipes, stories, and creativity. We aim to celebrate the diversity that exists in the Toronto food scene.
The Henley Room
Seated with Dance Floor 180
Food Stations 160
1225 Lakeshore Boulevard West
Located on the northern shore of Lake Ontario, The Henley Room at the Argonaut Rowing Club is the perfect event venue for those looking for a waterfront setting. With capacity for up to 200 guests, The Henley Room is perfect for weddings, corporate & social events.
The Concert Hall
700 Person standing
888 Yonge street
Toronto’s renewed and reimagined premiere event space located centrally in beautiful Yorkville. Our 700-person concert hall and supporting spaces, turning 100 years old this year, guarantee your event will be unforgettable and one of a kind. Radiating with character and history, having hosted thousands of musical events across the last century, there’s a story and an experience around every corner. Complete with a raised stage, ornate proscenium arch, active theatre lighting rig, hardwood dance floor, and awe inspiring acoustics, the hall is second to none in the city.
Artscape Daniel's Spectrum
(Seated can be several different configurations)
585 Dundas Street East
Daniels Spectrum is a community cultural hub in Toronto’s Regent Park neighbourhood. It is home to many outstanding arts-based, community-focused organizations and contains several event, performance, and exhibition spaces. It hosts tens of thousands of visitors, along with hundreds of arts & cultural events each year. Daniels Spectrum is rooted in Regent Park and open to the world.
Artscape Gibraltar Point
Various capacities up to 1500
Seated 100+ (configurations vary)
Outside space available)
443 Lakeshore Avenue, Toronto Island
Artscape Gibraltar Point opened in 1999. This four season arts & cultural facility is housed in a former school surrounded by 46 acres of parking. Over the years, Artscape Gibraltar Point has hosted over 1,000 artists, both local and international, who have taken advantage of the facilitiy’s quiet & natural setting to focus on their practices and projects through short-term residencies and long-term studio rentals
Standing Reception 250-300
Seated 120 - Studio 1
24 Mcgee Street
Neighbourhood Events offers event production services to create leading experiences for brands, organizations, and individual clients. Our expertise includes product launches, press events, seated dinners, runway shows, film screenings, concerts, brand activations, galas, and retail pop-ups.
50 Wade Avenue
The event area is 2600 sq. ft. featuring exposed brick, high ceilings west-facing windows and a view of the roasting room. Three roll-up doors to a small outdoor patio adds flow from the indoors out. We have a gorgeous bar and industrial kitchen with walk-in fridge and freezer, huge floor (think dancing), all wheelchair accessible. And of course, we can provide an outstanding coffee service!
Standing Reception 100
East Tower, 130 Queen Quay East, 4th Floor
Artscape Daniels Launchpad is more than Toronto’s newest and most exciting collaborative space. It is an idea. An intention to create a community where emerging and established artists, designers and creators, who believe they are capable of more, can succeed like never before. A place where you can forge a sustainable career through collaboration, coaching, mentorship and inspiration - all while furthering the profitability of your art.
Glen Gould Studio
Lobby Reception 340
6 rooms ranging from 10-100 person capacity
250 Front Street West
Glenn Gould Studio is a premier event venue for annual meetings, town-halls, award shows, film screenings, conferences, lectures, trade shows, fundraising galas and cocktail receptions. Technical services include webcasting, A/V and post production, and multi-remote broadcasts. Our Front of House team will ensure that all your food
and beverage details and event logistics are realized to create a seamless and successful event.
360 Geary Avenue
647 295 0052
Toronto’s newest hub for culutre and creativity. Nestled away on a seemingly industrial stretch of Geary Avenue at Dufferin & Dupont, the Geary Lane studio is centrally located in an area of the city that is ripe with creative drive and youthful energy.
Track and Field
582 College St
With two lanes of bocce ball, a shuffleboard table, beverage packages, and a full venue capacity of over 200, Track & Field is your ultimate one-stop party shop. From intimate semi-private team building events to extravagant year end celebrations, they’ve got you covered with two floors and countless customizable options to make party planning easy
411 Richmond St E Unit 100
Rich in detail and atmosphere, Archive Studios is the ideal modern environment to host your next small gathering. Studios I and II are connected by a show-stopping, arched feature wall that opens up to create a large 1,500 square foot room. The sunlit space is perfect for intimate celebrations and can accommodate both mingling or sit down celebrations.
Full capacity 50
Theatre Style 30
1400 Queen Street East
The Vandenberg House is a 120 year old Victorian house, with approximately 1400 sq. ft. of original wooden floors, an eclectic fireplace, and original 11 ft. ceilings. Chandeliers, great wall space and a huge window display gives great exposure and
natural light. This charming boutique space is perfect for new product launches, workshops, customer appreciation, classes, seminars, baby showers, popups, and small private events. We welcome creative projects and businesses to use the space in a way that benefits the local community and would be thrilled to make you a part of it.
Buddies in Bad Times
12 Alexander St
Each year Buddies hosts a wide variety of community events in their Cabaret space, ranging from charity fundraisers, variety shows, cabarets, musical acts, meetings, conferences, and theatrical performances. Complete with a stage, lighting & sound equipment, flexible seating, and a fully licensed bar, Cabaret is an ideal space for all types of events.
Bata Shoe Museum
Two meeting rooms up to 50 people per room
327 Bloor Street West
Winner of a City of Toronto Design Award, the Bata Shoe Museum offers a dramatic setting sure to engage guests of all interests. Its expansive, modern-style showcases details forged in glass, steel, leather, and wood, and the gallery features highlights of one of the world’s foremost collections of footwear. The story of the Museum itself -
the result of the vision of one determined woman - is also inspiring. Pair that with our catering expertise and you’ve got yourself an event you’ll never forget.
Artscape Young Place
Reception 400 - 3 Floors
180 Shaw Street
The facility opened in 2013 after a major renovation and community consultation
process. Artscape’s $17 million transformation of the building, a former school, was
completed just before the centenary of its construction in 1914. Artscape Youngplace
is named in recognition of a generous lead gift from The Michael Young Family
286 Sanford Ave N, Hamilton
Located in the historical industrial sector of Hamilton, Sanford Hall at Westinghouse HQ is the perfect space for your next event. This historical building has been re-imagined for a new age and offers all the amenities and flexibility for any event. From corporate to weddings, to multi-day conferences, we set the benchmark for event excellence.
Enoch Turner Schoolhouse
106 Trinity St
The Enoch Turner Schoolhouse is a beautiful heritage venue for weddings, corporate events and workshops, film shoots, and receptions!
Many important milestones have been celebrated here at the Schoolhouse through the years. A beautiful ochre brick building, designated under the Ontario Heritage Act, this gem of early Toronto’s architecture provides a comfortable atmosphere redolent of a bygone era. There’s simply no other place like it.
Elgin Winter Garden
Capacity: Terrace lounge (160 people)
Lounge 4 (170 people)
Lounge 5 (170 people)
Lounge 6 (100 people)
Elgin Lounge (195 people)
Davies Takacs Lobby (200 people)
Palladian Lounge (150 people)
Elgin Theatre Dinner on stage (150 people)
Winter Garden Theatre Dinner on stage (80 people)
189 Yonge St, Toronto
Ideal for annual general meetings, film premieres or dinner on stage, our double-decker theatres and grand lobbies offer a variety of unique spaces.
Ontario Heritage Centre
120 guests theatre style
10 Adelaide St E
Located in Toronto’s downtown core at Yonge and Adelaide streets, the Ontario Heritage Centre (OHC) offers a unique and private setting for any meeting or special occasion.
Algonquin Island Association
25 Fourth Street, Wards Island
The Algonquin Island Association (AIA) overlooks the city and the harbour, with gorgeous skyline views. It is situated amid acres of pristine parkland adjacent to a quiet residential neighbourhood. The clubhouse is the hub of island life throughout the winter months.
Small Arms Inspection Building
1352 Lakeshore Rd E, Mississauga
Host your next private or public event at the Small Arms Inspection Building. This historical building’s industrial space offers flexibility for many uses, including exhibitions, musical performances, theatre productions, rehearsals, weddings, conferences and festivals.