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Beach History Concert Hall officially opens Sunday night with a Bleachers concert – Beach Metro Community News

History, the new concert venue on Queen Street East in the Beach, officially opens on November 7 with a concert by the band Bleachers. The inset image shows the inside of the story.

History, the concert and events venue on Queen Street East in the Beach, officially opens on the night of Sunday, November 7 with a concert by Bleachers.

Concerts were scheduled at History for October but did not take place due to capacity restrictions related to COVID-19.

Live Nation Canada announced in a press release earlier this week that the story will officially open “after restrictions on general admission capacity were lifted last week.”

History is a collaboration between Live Nation Canada and Canadian music legend Drake, and will have a capacity of 2,500 people.

It is located at 1663 Queen Street East, between Eastern Avenue and Coxwell Avenue, and is expected to host some 200 events per year.

“We’re excited to bring history to life in Toronto with live performances that we know will elevate the city’s concert experience,” said Riley O’Connor, President of Live Nation Canada, in the Press release.

“We can’t wait for fans and artists to experience our brand new musical destination. “

Live Nation Canada is part of the California-based international company Live Nation. In Toronto, Live Nation Canada also operates the Danforth Music Hall, the Budweiser Stage at Ontario Place and the Velvet Underground.

At an online community meeting held in September this year, Live Nation Canada officials addressed the community’s concerns about the story and the impact it would have on residents living nearby. To read the Beach Metro News article on this meeting, please visit -show- fixed-for-this-october /

History’s opening performer is Bleachers, an indie pop group from New York. Their November 7 show at History is sold out. To find out more about the bleachers, visit

Upcoming concerts scheduled for November at History include Thundercat on November 11; Deadbeats with Zeds Dead and guests on November 12 and 13; Jack Harlow Creme de la Creme tour with Babyface Ray and Mavi on November 16; Tevana Taylor: The last rose petal… Last tour on November 18th; and CHVRCHES on November 24.

Performances of The Beaches, Toronto East, with special guests The Blue Stones, are scheduled for February 11-12, 2022.

For the full program of concerts planned for this year and the next History, visit

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