Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Massey Hall - red light

The big neon sign at Massey Hall fills the surrounding Victoria street with a bright red glow. The big old box which opened in 1894 is a perfect venue for watching concerts and I remember watching the crowd throw boxes of Craft Dinner at a Barenaked Ladies concert.

Both Massey Hall and Roy Thomson Hall are run by a not for profit charitable corporation and "Massey Hall was a gift from the Massey family to the city of Toronto in 1894. For over 115 years, its famous red doors have welcomed audiences to a stunning array of events, personalities and artists. It has earned a unique place in Canadian music history."

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