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Welcome to New Members

We would like to welcome new businesses to Downtown Yonge.

Boyd’s Barber Shop

Address: 5 Carlton St
Phone: 647-351-BOYD (2693)


Urban Philosophy Men's Grooming

Address: 20 Richmond St. East, Unit 112
Phone: (647) 352-4424


Wiz Vision Inc.

Your 1-stop shop for great eyewear, and they're having a fantastic promo! Check them out Shops at Aura!

Address: Aura Concourse Shopping Mall, 384 Yonge St, Unit #113
Phone: (647) 351-8978


Member Highlights

Courtyard Marriott Toronto Downtown

The world’s largest full-service Courtyard Marriott Toronto Downtown completes their $14.5 million Transformation May 31, 2016. 

Newly renovated guest rooms and meeting space are available now!

Location: 475 Yonge St. Tel: (416) 924-0611


The Lounge

Located on the second floor of the Senator, The LOUNGE is a very charming and intimate Parisian style café serving you breakfast and lunch Wednesday – Saturday! Come by & say “bonjour”! Bon appetit!

Location: 249 Victoria St.Tel: (416) 364-7517
Website: http://thesenator.com/


T|bar at Chelsea Hotel, Toronto

T|bar, located in the Chelsea Hotel is the perfect place to dine. T|bar is for anyone that wants a refined dining experience, a pre-dinner beverage, a late-night cocktail or a decadent breakfast. T| bar is suitable for all occasions, whether you’re with friends, colleagues or having a business meeting. With a warm and intimate atmosphere, you will enjoy your food and the company you are with.

T|bar’s decadent breakfast is served 7am – 10am during the weekdays and an extended breakfast is available on weekend from 7am - 2 pm. T|bar is also a great place to eat lunch, including an authentic Indian Curry Buffet that is made from scratch in house Monday to Friday 11:30am – 2pm. This authentic buffet has been around for over 20 years and headed by our Sous Chef, Gaurav Kapoor.

T|bar is a place to enjoy crafts beers from Mill Street Brewery or one of the five refreshing specialty Caesar cocktails with a twist, such as The “Latin Dancer”, created by Executive Chef Brian MacAskill. Whatever your indulgence, T|bar has a variety of dishes that will have you coming back for more. Stop by T|bar Monday through Sunday to relish in the beautiful decor and delicious cuisine.

T|bar Hours
Mon-Fri: 7am - 10am, 11:30am - 1:00am
Sat-Sun: 7am - 1am

Location: Chelsea Hotel, 33 Gerrard St. W
Call 416 585 4352 for more information


Jazz Bistro is Toronto’s jazz venue and dining destination

Located at 251 Victoria St., three-level club includes a performance and dining area, wine bar, private event space and expansive rooftop patio. The open-concept design ensures guests on the second floor balcony have a perfect view of the stage, which features a magnificent red pop Steinway piano (the only one of its’ kind in the world). The warm and inviting space serves as an intimate setting for authentic, live jazz performances by some of the world’s finest jazz musicians, and will focus on promoting Toronto’s own jazz artists. The space creates a comfortable atmosphere for quality modern bistro dining.

For upcoming events click here.

Call 416 363 5299 (JAZZ) or visit jazzbistro.ca for more information


Hard Rock Cafe

For 38 Years Hard Rock Toronto has been serving delicious American and local cuisine prepared by world-renowned chefs. Take a stroll through musical history with our extensive collection of authentic memorabilia. For reservations and private events toronto_sales@hardrock.com

Notes: Patio and private room available, wheelchair accessible, show this ad for 15% off.

For more information, please visit www.hardrock.com
Address: Hard Rock Cafe Toronto,
279 Yonge Street


Did you know that...

The Downtown Yonge BIA publishes monthly retail listings & traffic counts?


Have you considered volunteering, but don’t know where to start?


Why not check out our volunteer listings! From dentists to handy people, there’s something for everyone! Click Here


Want to help shape the future of Downtown Toronto?

Downtown Toronto Skyline

You’ve probably noticed that Downtown is growing. A lot. All this growth has brought plenty of change to Downtown, and, as more growth comes, we need to make sure it’s accompanied by the things that will make and keep Downtown great for all. That’s what TOcore is all about. As Downtown continues to grow, we need a new plan to help shape its future. It’s been almost 40 years since the City prepared a comprehensive plan at the scale of the Downtown, and this new plan—informed by a new vision and 7 strategies—is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to make a new blueprint for our core.

Want to help shape the future of Downtown Toronto? Share your thoughts on what DT should look like by using #DTAdvice on all social media platforms, as well as by visiting the TOcore website: http://bit.ly/1Vmflcx


Whats On

There’s always something happening at Yonge-Dundas Square. For complete event listings, visit www.ydsquare.ca

Stay current on ongoing events taking place at the Toronto Eaton Centre. For complete event listings, visit torontoeatoncentre.com Follow Toronto Eaton Centre on Facebook and Twitter for latest events, fashion style advice and gift ideas. Facebook: facebook.com/torontoeatoncentre
Twitter: twitter.com/toeatoncentre



Street Smart

Road Closure Notification

Project Church - Granby (L16544)

Toronto Hydro is planning to rebuild the aging street lighting system in your community. The rebuild includes the replacement of the existing street lighting poles within the City of Toronto’s public property allowance in front of or adjacent to your lot.

The civil and electrical portions of this project are expected to begin by late July 2016 with an approximate completion date of early September 2016. The boundaries include Granby Street (North), Church Street (East), McGill Street (South), and Sheard Street (West).

Please view the road closures notification.


Open Streets - Aug 21

On Sunday August 21, we invite you, your friends, and your family to join us for Open Streets TO, Toronto's largest free recreational program.

You will be unable to access your garage from Bloor Street during these times:
Yonge Street (Bloor St to Queen St) closed 8:30 am – 3:00 pm

Open Streets TO will "soft close" streets. Vehicles will be able to cross the route at major intersections throughout the program.

Please view the road closures notification.


Watermain Replacement & Road Reconstruction on Gerrard Street East and West

From Yonge Street to Sherbourne Street and from University Avenue to Elizabeth Street

April 18 - October 28, 2016

The City of Toronto is replacing a section of the watermain and City-owned portions of substandard water services on Gerard Street East and West from Yonge Street to Jarvis Street, University Avenue to Elizabeth Street.

The project also involves reconstructing Gerrard Street (Yonge Street to Sherbourne Street), installing improved cycling lanes and improving sidewalks and streetscaping in some areas. This project is part of the Council-approved 2016 Capital Works Program to renew our aging infrastructure, improve water distribution, reduce the risk of watermain breaks and improve the roads and cycling infrastructure.

To read full notice, please click here.


For more road closure news visit www.toronto.ca/transportation/road_info


Yonge Buzz Archive


For all enquiries, please contact:
Phone: (416) 597-0255
Email: bia@downtownyonge.com

In the Spotlight, July 29

Drop in Resource Booklet

A new kind of map is being distributed in downtown Toronto, showing where people in need can find nearby help. Developed by the Downtown Yonge BIA, the Downtown Toronto Drop-In Resource booklet includes 20 drop-in agencies within 1.8 kilometres of Yonge and Dundas.

Working in partnership with Ryerson University, the Downtown Yonge BIA researched and produced the booklets as a pilot project, aimed at raising awareness of the services available and better coordinating access to those services.



How to report a crime infographic

As the weather warms up and event season starts to get closer, we have been working closely with our partners at the Toronto Police Service, and specifically 51 Division and 52 Division, to develop tools and tips for making the spring and summer months as safe and problem-free as possible.

One of the most common concerns we hear from people is that they don’t know when to report an issue and what the best way to report an issue would be. The police encourage reporting of incidents – even when they are not emergency calls – because this data is used to analyze trends and allocate resources. So the Downtown Yonge Business Improvement Area (DYBIA) has developed a handy one-pager entitled How to Report a Crime (see below). It lists the five (5) different channels of reporting incidents to police and includes handy details on contact numbers and online reporting forms. 

51 Division

52 Division



What's on

Play the Parks 2016 Contest!

Don’t forget to enter our Play the Parks Ultimate Downtown Yonge Experience Contest for your chance to WIN a prize package including a 1-night stay at the Marriott Eaton Centre Hotel, dinner for 2 at the Hard Rock Café, tickets for 2 at a Massey Hall concert & more! 

Just let us know your favourite Play the Parks artist!



What's New in Downtown Yonge

National lipstick day at Hudson's Bay Eaton Centre

Friday, July 29 from 11am -  3pm
Main floor, Cosmetics area & the main entrance facing the Toronto Eaton Centre

Join us to celebrate everyone’s favourite beauty staple…the Lipstick! Meet our team on Queen Street for some great treats & visit the cosmetics department for lipstick inspired sweets, while you make your own mural on a virtual graffiti wall. Also, stock up on your favorite lipstick as every cosmetic counter has a special in store for you. Offers also available on www.thebay.com.



To Do in Downtown Yonge


Chelsea invites you to a free screening of Avatar, on their Market Garden patio. Food will be available on site for purchase and all proceeds from popcorn sales will go to SickKids Foundation.

33 Gerrard Street West



India Day

Sunday, August 7, 2016

Come and celebrate India Day at Yonge Dundas Square on August 7, 2016. Come and experience great cuisine, culture and entertainment all day long. More info: http://www.panoramaindia.org/

Time: 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Location: Yonge-Dundas Square, 1 Dundas St E



Pan American Food Festival

A one of a kind gastronomic event is taking over the heart of Toronto, one that promises to reveal the flavours of the Americas, local artists and talent: The PAN AMERICAN FOOD FESTIVAL

August 13th and 14th, the forth annual PAN AMERICAN Food Festival will showcase the best of the best food products, celebrating the great cultural diversity of the 41 countries of North, Central and South America, and the Caribbean. The Pan American Food Festival (PAFF) will showcase restaurants, food producers, chefs and the variety of national and regional cuisines of the Western Hemisphere, with a spotlight on one country each year.

A cultural festival of art, music and folklore will enhance the food experience to celebrate the region’s diverse cultural expression.

Featured Country: This year, the featured country is Bolivia.

Culture and Art: We aim to promote all kinds of cultural activities, indoors and outdoors, to increase the feeling of magic. The PAFF will promote professional and community artists, featuring the music and folklore of the 41 Pan American countries.

Location: Yonge-Dundas Square, 1 Dundas St E



Music Mondays - A lunchtime concert series at the Church of the Holy Trinity

Welcome to our 25th Anniversary Season!

Music Mondays has served as a launching pad for emerging talent since its inception in 1992. Our concerts take place in the warm acoustics of Holy Trinity Church, just steps away from the Eaton Centre. Our goal is to provide the highest possible musical experience to a pay-what-you-can downtown Toronto audience.

Please join us for this, our 25th Anniversary Season. Bring your lunch – and a friend – every Monday at 12:15pm from May through the end of August.

August 1, 2016

Allison Au, saxophone

The Allison Au Quartet
Fresh off their Forest Grove CD release US/Canadian Tour, the 2016 Juno winner for “Best Jazz Album: Group” Allison Au Quartet comes to Music Mondays to perform selections from the album along with a selection of Jazz standards.



August 8, 2016

Stephanie Chua, piano
Véronique Mathieu, violin

True North - Canadian Duos for Violin & Piano

As a much sought after collaborative pianist, Stephanie Chua has performed in some of Canada's most important contemporary ensembles including Trio Fibonacci, Toca Loca, and Contact Contemporary Music.  She performs regularly as a duo with violinist Véronique Mathieu, whose recent collaboration with composer Adam Scime was covered by the Strad Magazine, and successfully reviewed in Toronto. Their performance for Music Mondays will include Sonata No. 1 in E minor by Healey Willan and works by Claude Champagne, Violet Archer & Heather Schmidt.


August 15, 2016

Anastasia Rizikov, piano

Surrealism at Midday
Anastasia first performed for Music Mondays at the young age of 13! This summer she returns as a seasoned 17 year-old, during which time her concert schedules have taken her all over Europe - Spain, Italy, Switzerland, France, Poland, Ukraine, Russia - the United States, and Canada, where she has played in such prestigious halls as Carnegie Hall, Roy Thomson Hall, Koerner Hall, Auditorio Manuel de Falla, and the Kremlin. Her program will include F. Liszt- Ballade No. 2 in B minor, S. 171; M. Ravel- Gaspard de la Nuit; and A. Scriabin- Sonata No. 4 in F-sharp major, Op. 30.


August 22, 2016

Bryan Holt, cello
Amahl Arulanandam, cello

Dueling Cellos
VC² are an innovative cello duo that bridge the gap between Ludwig Van and Van Halen.  Comprised of multi-genre cellists Amahl Arulanandam and Bryan Holt, the Toronto-based duo seeks to present programs that are both artistically challenging and easily accessible to the casual concertgoer.  They have performed in venues ranging from intimate pubs to Roy Thomson Hall and are constantly searching for new ways and spaces to bring art music to a wide variety of audiences. Their performance will feature works by master cello pedagogues and Canadian contemporary composers with a few added surprises.


August 29, 2016 - Gala 25th Anniversary Concert

David Braid, piano

Hailed in the Canadian press as “A jazz genius to call our own” (Macleans Magazine), Steinway Piano Artist David Braid was recently awarded Jazz Pianist of the Year in Canada. He has released nine recordings, garnering six Juno nominations and two Juno awards; he is also a multi-National Jazz Award Winner and a recipient of the Canada Council for the Arts' “JazzID Award.” Join us to hear David perform on our new Steinway “B” piano, in a Gala Music Mondays 25th Anniversary Concert, presented by Steinway Piano Gallery Toronto. There will be a reception following the concert.

For more information please visit: http://www.musicmondays.ca/currentseason.html
Admission: PWYC with a suggested minimum donation of $5.00

Location: The Church of the Holy Trinity, 10 Trinity Square Toronto, ON M5G 1B1



Indie Fridays at Yonge-Dundas Square

Friday, 29 July, 8:00 pm-11:00pm

Boogat with Los Poetas

Splitting his time between Montreal and Mexico City, Boogat came to national attention with his 2016 JUNO Award for World Music Album of the Year with Neo​-​Reconquista. Having earned his chops in Quebec City’s hip-hop scene, he has constantly reinvented himself across his prolific discography and unique artistic approach. His forceful and witty rapping seamlessly blends with programmed and live instrumentation and crosses genre boundaries including cumbia, reggaeton, salsa, hip-hop, worldbeat, tropical bass and more. Proof of his adventurousness lies not only in his music but also in the list of other boundary-defying artists with whom he’s worked: turntablist Kid Koala, Afro-futuristic electro-beat artist Pierre Kwenders, Quebecois pop star Marie-Mai, Argentinian electronic producer Mati Zundel and more.

Watch “El Lobo

Los Poetas
From Toronto and Vancouver by way of Chile, El Salvador and Argentina, the three members of Los Poetas come together and bring a Latino experience soaked in hip hop culture. The group speaks to the struggles and injustices that exist in their homeland and their duty to preserve their Latin roots through beats and rhymes. Employing “Spanglish,” the trio fluently incorporates both English and Spanish in their music like no others, allowing them to bridge the gap between the Americas – and beyond. Skilled in the trade of that ol’ boom-bap, “Los Poetas” are true masters that represent the voice of the youth unheard.



Friday, 5 August, 8:00 pm-11:00pm

Ben Caplan with Taryn Kawaja

Ben Caplan
A charismatic charmer and a smasher of pianos. A madman and an earnest poet. A strummer of delicate chords and a lover of bent and broken melodies. In the wake of Haligonian Ben Caplan’s second album, he's gained a following in more than a dozen countries from Australia to Europe and across North America. With his huge beard and unruly mane, he is as visually striking as he is aurally compelling, with rough and textured tones that cut through crowded halls, and an enormous voice that roars louder than raucous crowds. Inspired in part by Eastern European and Jewish folk traditions, Caplan mixes older musical sensibilities with his own soul, straight from his hairy heart. Lyrically, he’s often edgy and dark, holding a mirror up to show us our nasty bits, singing about the ugliness and showing us that this darkness is the root of the sublime. His second album, Birds with Broken Wings, explodes with sounds both ancient and modern, with more than 30 musicians and even more instruments, combining acoustic sounds from around the world. It's all smoothly blended by the hottest international production team around. It's uncharted territory, and Caplan's leading the way.

Watch - “Birds With Broken Wings

Tanya Kawaja
Newfoundlander Taryn Kawaja began performing at the age of 5, left her hometown at 17, and lived in Calgary and Toronto before settling Halifax, where she formed ambient/pop band KawajaBear. Following the band’s end in 2012, Kawaja devoted herself to her piano compositions, creating an entirely new repertoire of songs and poetry, re-emerging as a solo artist in 2013. Her dark resonating chord combinations, thick dramatic piano riffs and emotionally saturated vocals have been described as “sweet, haunting, and gorgeous,” evoking Fiona Apple and Grizzly Bear. Rooted in her rigorous classical background Kawaja creates a unique pop fusion that has been captivating audiences across the country.




Friday, 12 August, 8:00 pm-11:00pm

The Heavyweights Brass Band with MINOTAURS

The Heavyweights Brass Band
Whether receiving props from The Roots on Twitter, jamming with puppets on CBC Kids' Mamma Yamma, recording with the legendary Giovanni Hidalgo or being championed by influential DJ and tastemaker Gilles Peterson, The Heavyweights Brass Band enjoy crossover appeal and respect from music's elite. Inspired by the New Orleans brass-band tradition, the group keeps one foot firmly-rooted in the rich legacy of jazz while the other foot steps forward into the future. Like the music's originators, the Heavyweights are unafraid to incorporate influences from disparate areas of the musical spectrum, from pop hits of the day to original compositions, from R&B and funk throwbacks to the infectious rhythms of Latin America, all woven together with the thread of adventuresome sophistication. The band has shared the stage with such influential groups as The Roots, Trombone Shorty, Galactic and Hypnotic Brass Ensemble and built up a loyal following. Their sophomore release, Brasstronomical, further emphasised their original compositions, revealing a stronger, bolder, funkier and more mature music that continues to grow.

Watch “Manteca” 

After three solo albums, MINOTAURS founder and frontman Nathan Lawr made the transition from guitar-slinging singer-songwriter to bandleader with 2010’s The Thing. Though the form has changed, the core remains: Lawr is a folk artist, and MINOTAURS is a folk band. But the “folk” here isn’t a genre. It’s about connecting with the community, mobilizing people, reflecting and questioning the world in a conscious and deliberate way. That might be more likely to happen in the context of a strummy acoustic number full of literal lyrics. But it could also be embedded in an eight-minute jam, beating to a pulse that makes it impossible to stay still. The idea that art can – should – make a difference is what links all of Lawr’s work, and defines MINOTAURS.

Watch “Gold Rush Lady


Friday, 19 August, 8:00 pm-11:00pm

The Massey Hall Band plays the Beatles with Special Guests

Imagine the kind of alternative big-band a guy like Tom Waits would put together. Then imagine they figured out a way to soak up all 120-plus years of Massey Hall history, and perform it, through a 21st-century filter. This should give you something of a sense of theMassey Hall Band, comprised of acclaimed adventurous players from across the jazz spectrum, reinterpreting and reinventing the music you thought you knew. From Lightfoot to Feist, Blue Rodeo to Constantines, Dylan to REM, the Band explores, expands and rewrites the Songbook. As a part of the city-wide celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ last Toronto show, the Band turns to the Fab Four’s catalogue to reintroduce audiences to some of pop music’s most timeless work.


Location: Yonge-Dundas Square, 1 Dundas St E.



momondays Toronto August 22, 2016

momondays Toronto

August 22, 2016

A Special Night of moMusic and moMagic!!!
Don’t miss this special night of story wrapped in music and magic! 

What will make it so special? Well, you’ll experience four incredible musicians to entertain us all evening. There will be one mind-blowingly amazing magician who will perform his wizardry with us — and on us! Plus, it will be Michel’s moBirthday at midnight, so his friends are planning some extra surprises to keep the party going!

momondays is held each month upstairs at The Hard Rock Cafe right across from The Eaton Centre and Dundas Square. If you’re driving you’ll find cheap parking under Dundas Square in the Green P lot. If you’re taking the TTC get out at Dundas and just cross the street! If you’re walking, well, just walk!!

Save your seat (and a few bucks) by getting advance online tickets for just $15 plus hst — available online until the Friday before the show. Tickets at the door are $25 cash. Doors open for advance ticket holders at 5:30 pm for socializing, networking and merry-making. General admission at 6 pm. Show starts at 7 pm sharp.

Come early to grab a great seat and give yourself time to eat, drink and socialize! You really do meet the nicest people at momondays!


Venue: Hard Rock Cafe Toronto, 279 Yonge St., Toronto ON M5B 1N8, Canada
Price: $15 plus hst - online (available until May 27) / $25 including hst - at the door

Info & Tickets: http://www.momondays.com/toronto/



Mackenzie House Events

Play the Park - August 3

August 3, 12 to 1 p.m.
Bring your lunch to Mackenzie House and enjoy live, outdoor music provided by the Downtown Yonge BIA. FREE

Kids' Crafts - Saturdays & Sundays in July and August

Saturdays & Sundays in July and August, 12 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Bring the family to visit the last home of Toronto’s first mayor, William Lyon Mackenzie, then enjoy some kid time doing an historically-based activity. Regular admission applies.

The Brain Project presented by Telus - Until Aug. 31

Mackenzie House is proud to participate in this fundraising project for the Baycrest Foundation and to stimulate discussion and awareness of aging and brain health. It will shine a light on age-related dementia, such as Alzheimer's and the need for more research into how we can maintain optimal cognitive well-being at any age. Mackenzie House will host a brain sculpture created by an artist working in the medium of their choice.

Mackenzie House - 82 BOND ST, Phone: (416) 392-6915, www.toronto.ca/mackenziehouse



Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre Events

Theatre Museum Canada presents Behind the Curtain

until August. 27, 2016 (Wednesday to Saturday only), 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

This pop-up exhibit offers a chance to see costumes, props and other theatre wonders up close. Behind the Curtain will give you a glimpse into what goes on when artists and production staff collaborate as a team to bring theatre to life. This exhibit also provides a sample of what you might discover in the Theatre Museum’s permanent collection.

Tickets: Free. Location: Davies Takacs Lobby


Lunchtime tours

This summer the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre is offering mini lunchtime tours of the theatres every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from July 6 to August 26. Starting at 12 noon the tour is only 45 minutes and will take you to the original and new lobbies, the elegant Elgin and the whimsical Winter Garden. Tours are $5 (cash only) and reservations are not required, just show up before noon at the front doors of the theatre at 189 Yonge Street. Regular 90-minute tours on Thursdays at 5pm and Saturdays at 11am will continue throughout the summer as well.

When: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 12 noon (45 minutes) until August 26, 2016
Lunch time tours: August 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26.
Cost: $5 for everyone. Cash only.


Public Tours - Every Thursday and Saturday

Guided tours of this National Historic Site and the last operating double-decker theatre in the world, recount the history and restoration of the complex. Visit the original and new lobbies, the elegant Elgin Theatre, the unique and resplendent Winter Garden Theatre and samples from the world’s largest collection of vaudeville scenery. As well, a backstage exhibit housing the Winter Garden’s original Simplex Silent Film Projector and a dressing room containing artifacts from the time period are on view.

When: Thursdays at 5 p.m. (90-minutes); Saturdays at 11 a.m. (90-minutes)
Dates: August 4, 6, 11, 13, 18, 20, 25, 27.
Cost: Adults: $12, Students and Seniors: $10 (includes HST) Cash only | No reservations required.

Location: Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre, 189 Yonge Street (just north of Queen Street, meet in the lobby)
Website: www.heritagetrust.on.ca/ewg



Please Please Take Me To Maple Leaf Gardens

August 17 - 8pm
Classic Albums Live: Beatles 1966 at Maple Leaf Gardens

Join us in celebrating the Beatles' last Toronto show with Classic Albums Live performing the 1966 set in its entirety, along with the band's greatest hits.

Not only has it been 50 years since the Beatles performed in Maple Leaf Gardens, but it’s been almost 20 years since anyone’s seen any concert at Maple Leaf Gardens. As part of Toronto’s celebrations marking the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ last show at Maple Leaf Gardens, the stadium now known as Mattamy Athletic Centre is about to rock again to the sound of the original British Invaders. Classic Albums Live recreates that last Beatles Toronto show, performing the original set list in its entirety as well as hits from across the Fab Four’s catalogue.

For more information on Beatles 50 T.O. visit: toronto.ca/beatles50

Classic Albums Live and its roster of A-list musicians from across the country perform rock favourites exactly as you remember hearing them.



Location: Ryerson's Mattamy Athletic Centre, 50 Carlton St, Toronto
Website: http://www.mattamyathleticcentre.ca



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