The Halluci Nation (formerly A Tribe Called Red) will be the first musicians to grace the stage at Toronto’s new 500-perfect music venue, the TD Music Hall.
Located inside the newly revamped Allied Music Centre, also home to the historic Massey Hall, TD Music Hall will be a hotspot for emerging talent as well as international touring acts. There are a slew of new concerts already scheduled including the likes of Dylan Sinclair, Nikki Yanofsky, Field Guide, Whitehorse and many more.
“TD Music Hall represents the future of Toronto’s music scene. Purpose-built for incredible sound with modern amenities for fans and artists alike,” said Jesse Kumagai, President and CEO, Allied Music Centre. “This brand new venue is a gift to music fans, much like Massey Hall when it first opened its doors in 1894.”
The new facility is decked out with a whizbang new immersive audio system, as well as state-of-the-art lighting, rigging and video systems. Plus, integrated audio and video recording capabilities. In addition to concerts, the new venue will also host corporate and community events partnering with Toronto cultural organizations and events such as the International Indigenous Music Summit, Honey Jam, TD Toronto Jazz Festival, Lula Music and Arts Centre, Lulaworld Festival, and Small World Music.
The new venue is located on the fourth floor of the Allied Music Centre building. The facility will soon be announcing details of another soon-to-be opened 150-capacity community theatre to showcase emerging artists as well as the Deane Cameron Recording Studio later this year.
For concert listings check tdmusichall.com.