Locally owned and operated, Vogue Theatre is one of the last remaining theatres from Vancouver’s famed Theatre Row. Located on Granville Street, the Vogue is a graceful reminder of the Vancouver of old. Originally built in 1941 as a moviehouse and venue for the performing arts. More than seventy years later, Vogue Theatre annually hosts upwards of 200 events and continues to be one of Canada’s premier venues for live music, cinema and corporate and community events.
Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Queen Elizabeth Theatre sits on the west end of Exhibition Place grounds in Toronto. Originally opened in 1956 and was renovated in 2010, and most recently in 2019. Now seating capacity is 1,140 and for General Admission concerts allow for 2,400. Boasting world-class sound, this venue hosts the world’s top talent and local artists alike.
The building also houses the Fountainblu Banquet Centre, with 5,500 square feet of space overlooking the Exhibition Grounds to to Lake Ontario.
Originally a Chinese-Language house in the early 70s known as the Golden Harvest, the theatre was a popular destination for watching authentic kung-fu movies. After a multi-million dollar renovation, the Imperial is now one of the coolest boutique theatres and private event venues in the city, maybe even the country. The theatre’s current incarnation is a cross between your typical art-house screening room and a high-end steak house. Miniature replicas of Qin Dynasty Terracotta warriors line a shelf encircling the bar’s counter: a tasteful touch of chinoiserie that acknowledges the venue’s past. Tiled sinks in the washrooms, live koi fish in our lounge aquarium and two fully functioning bars are only a few of our allures. A successful marriage between the old and the new has set the foundation for another page in the venue’s storied life.
Adelaide Hall is a concert venues & event space in the heart of Toronto’s Entertainment District at 250 Adelaide St W. With a true downtown venue vibe, it showcases live music, comedy, podcasts, corporate events and club nights, Supporting all production types, Adelaide Hall hosts up to 475 people any day of the week.
For over 50 years, the Biltmore has been a fixture in the community as both a public house and a platform for ground-breaking musical performances. With the revitalization of historic Mount Pleasant, the bar was reopened in 2007 as The Biltmore Cabaret, with a fresh focus to recapture its musical tradition. Drawing from the rich local scene in Vancouver as well as the best in Canadian and international touring acts, The Biltmore Cabaret showcases talent from across a wide spectrum of music and the arts.
Located in beautiful downtown Victoria, BC the Capital Ballroom has solidified itself as Victoria’s premiere event and live music venue. Originally built in 1920 as a public garage, 858 Yates changed hands until finally settling as a night club and live music venue in the 1970’s. Throughout its 40+ years and many monikers, it has hosted some of the greatest artists of the times. The beautifully maintained venue and professional staff create the perfect setting for any event.
San Luis Obispo, CA
Located in the heart of downtown San Luis Obispo, CA, The Historic Fremont Theater was built in 1941 and opened on Memorial day in 1942. Throughout its early years it served both as a moving picture theater and a live entertainment venue. Designed to mimic the concert halls and opera houses of Europe, it is full of rich art deco charm in which Heinsbergen Decorating Company of LA is responsible for the 100 feet of decorative murals of flowers, charging steeds, and women in gowns. The theater has hosted a variety of events from war bond shows in the early days to Yes’ reunion in 1996.
The Atlantic Bkln is located on the iconic Atlantic Ave in Downtown Brooklyn.
Home to the best shopping district in the city, including some of the
greatest cafe’s & coffee shops that Brooklyn has to offer. The venue has been re-born with custom top of the line sound engineering technology and can host 200 audience members