Sony Centre For The Performing Arts (Formerly Hummingbird Centre) Seating Plan
Events at Sony Centre For The Performing Arts (Formerly Hummingbird Centre)
Details of Sony Centre For The Performing Arts (Formerly Hummingbird Centre) and the Ticket Luck value
Canada’s largest soft-seat theater known for presenting some of the best live events for the past many decades is once again all set to make your vacations special. The Sony Centre for The Performing Arts is one of the most popular tourist attractions of Canada mainly because of the luxuries, conveniences and several other services it provides to its guests. If you also want to attend a live show and remember it for the rest of your life, secure your Sony Centre for The Performing Arts tickets today.
Built in the 50s, opened in the 60s, the Sony Centre for The Performing Arts has since hosted a huge variety of shows ranging from Broadway productions and operas to live concerts, stand-up shows, ballets and so on. Back in the 60s, the venue was known as the O’Keefe Centre. It is one of the most talked about works of designer, Peter Dickinson. The place is known for some of its unique features such as the marquee canopy and York Wilson’s lobby mural referred to as The Seven Lively Arts.
The first ever show that took place at the venue was the Broadway premiere of Lerner and Loewe’s Camelot. The city of Toronto is proud to own such a magnificent center for the performing arts. In the late 90s, the name was changed to Hummingbird Centre and after a decade long tenure of showcasing extraordinary events, the venue was shut down for up gradations in 2008.
Wood, brass and marble were all refurbished and lobby spaces were reconfigured, flooring was done all over again, new washrooms were built and the seating areas were made even more comfortable and convenient for the attendees. Finally, on 1st October 2010 now known as the Sony Centre for The Performing Arts, opened its gates and has since continued to entertain the audiences.
The Sony Centre for the Performing Arts can accommodate over 3000 spectators in its well-built theater. No wonder the well-known Canadian Opera Company made the place their home stage for multiple decades. The hall is known for its sophisticated sound system that gives the audience a feel that the sound is surrounding them. Performing legends such as Diana Ross, Bill Cosby, Louis Armstrong, Bob Dylan and Elton John have graced the Sony Centre stage with their exceptional talents.
Many popular bands such as The Who, Led Zeppelin, The Beastie Boys, Radiohead and The Clash have also given live performances at the venue. Some of the amazing events that are lined up for the upcoming months consist of Dora The Explorer Live!, Celtic Thunder, Russell Brand,The Legend Of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses and a live Pet Shop Boys concert. The Sony Centre for The Performing Arts has never disappointed its attendees. If you’re planning to come, prepare yourselves for an amazing experience. Many seats have been reserved. Hurry up and get your Sony Centre for The Performing Arts tickets now.