Subscriptions & Series
Offering unparalleled insight into the country’s most storied live music venue, Live at Massey Hall honours a rich past and looks to an exciting future, drawing in audiences around the world with an investment in the concert-going experience. A new series devoted to Canadian artists, it marries the thrill of live performance and the intimacy of behind-the-scenes access.
Live at Massey Hall concerts will be recorded, filmed, and edited into a series of 30-minute episodes, made up of concert night footage, to be later broadcast online. With tickets to the live events priced at a symbolic $18.94, a nod to the year of Massey Hall’s founding, Toronto audiences can have first-hand knowledge of what the legend is all about, and witness the emergence of Canada’s next generation of musical greats.
Saturday, February 28, 8pm | $18.94
Arts & Crafts label mates Dan Mangan + Blacksmith and Hayden join forces for this instalment of Live at Massey Hall. Since breaking out in 2007 as a folksinger, Mangan has headed into more expansive, experimental territory, along the way earning JUNO Awards for New Artist and Alternative Album of the Year and a cross-country fan base. Hayden makes a long-awaited Massey Hall debut here. Since the release of his full-length debut Everything I Long For in 1996, he's toured around the world, released eight critically acclaimed records—including last year's JUNO-nominated Us Alone—and garnered a loyal following.
Thursday, July 10, 8pm | $18.94
Kenya-born, Ontario-raised rapper Shad is a happy addition to the Live at Massey Hall concert series. A master of the sharp, progressive lyric, he’s equally gifted at crafting thoughtful, soulful arrangements—as demonstrated on his compelling quartet of albums. Nominated to the 2014 Polaris Music Prize Short List—his third such nod—for last year’s Flying Colours, Shad is a soaring force in Canadian music.
The Roy Thomson Hall Box Office sells tickets for Roy Thomson Hall, Massey Hall, select events at Winter Garden Theatre, Harbourfront Centre Theatre (formerly Enwave Theatre) and the Rivoli, and single tickets for Toronto Symphony Orchestra. The Box Office is open 3 hours prior to performances for events on Sundays and Holidays.
Tickets In Person
- Visit the Roy Thomson Hall Box Office
60 Simcoe St. (corner of King St. & Simcoe St.)
- Mon-Fri: 10am - 6pm
- Sat: 12pm - 5pm
Tickets By Phone
- Mon-Fri: 9am - 6pm
- Sat: 12pm - 5pm