Located on Danforth Avenue in Toronto, the Danforth Music Hall Theatre has been entertaining audiences since 1919. It originally operated as a movie theatre. The venue's exterior of patterned brickwork still looks much like it did in its early days. In the 1970s, the theatre began to host musical concerts while also being featured in such movies as Chicago and How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days. After briefly closing down in 2004, the venue was reopened in 2011. Such performers as Metric, St. Vincent and FKA Twigs have graced its stage. You can purchase the best tickets for Danforth Music Hall Theatre events at StubHub.
How does seating work at the venue?
The Danforth Music Hall Theatre seating is general admission standing and reserved/assigned. The type of seating will depend on your specific event, and it should be noted at the time of your Danforth Music Hall Theatre ticket purchase. If you're not sure whether your event has assigned seating, you can contact the venue. Please note that the mezzanine and balcony sections are always seated areas. If you purchase a ticket for these sections, you will not be allowed to go down to the general admission standing room area.
Can I park near the Danforth Music Hall Theatre?
While the venue does not have its own parking lot, there is plenty of street parking available along Danforth Avenue and the surrounding streets. There is also a parking lot, the Green P lot, which is located near the venue.
Is the Danforth Music Hall Theatre accessible by public transportation?
Yes, the theatre is located a short 5-minute walk from the Broadview Station, which is along the Bloor/Danforth (Line 2).
Is there an age limit for attending shows at the Danforth Music Hall Theatre?
The theatre has two types of shows: all ages and 19+ shows. Any age restriction will be noted at the time of your ticket purchase, or you can check with the venue. If the show is marked as 19+, then no one under the age of 19 will be allowed entrance.
Is the Danforth Music Hall Theatre a wheelchair-friendly facility?
Yes, the theatre is a wheelchair-accessible venue. There are no stairs at the main entrance, and the venue offers wheelchair-seating areas close to the stage. Upon your arrival at the venue, you can ask for assistance and be escorted to the wheelchair seating area.
Are there other entertainment options nearby?
In the Toronto neighbourhood surrounding Danforth Music Hall Theatre, there are several other entertainment options. For example, Massey Hall is a landmark music venue that hosts popular music concerts. There is also the Phoenix Concert Theatre, which is a concert venue with three stage spaces and several bars.Back to Top