On the heels of announcing plans to make Ontario Place a major city attraction in Toronto, the provincial government has released details on a multi-million grant fund supportiing 439 festivals and events in the province this year.
As Canadians from coast to coast anxiously await the return of concert venues, music fans in the Maritimes are enthusiastically embracing smaller s
Three companies, including a Quebec outdoor recreation firm and a European spa and water park provider, have been chosen to revitalize Ontario Plac
Lightfoot returns for three nights, November 25-27, closing in on his 170th appearance on the main stage (now named after his longstanding friend, Allan Slaight).
Live Nation has teamed up with Drake to launch History, a new 2,500 capacity concert space with plans to host as many as 200 shows annually in the Toronto’s Beaches East district.
It's been a tough past year for Canada's premier concert firm, but Live Nation chairman Riley O'Connor is bullish on the return of big shows in major markets. A lot of people are banking on him being right, and his team have all been called back to work. Virtually, of course.
It's midway through the afternoon and you are loading in gear, pause, then glance across your new surroundings.
Last we heard from Suzi Kory, the mother of two teenaged boys had lost her airline job and turned her attention to furthering a musical career.
Throughout the pandemic, Music Canada has been tracking views, perceptions, and intended behaviours of Canadians towards music generally and live music specifically. The latest findings are out and show that there is widespread support for government support in resuscitating the arts and the live music industry in particular.
The Toronto Blues Society’s Maple Blues Awards traditionally kicks off the music award season in Canada every January.