Canada’s largest indoor concert halls


Place des Arts - Source: archnewsnow.com

Place des Arts – Source: archnewsnow.com


Below is a list the largest indoor concert halls in Canada based on maximum seating, with a 1,500 seat minimum. They do not include outdoor amphitheatres or other venues used for concerts like stadiums and arenas. In parenthesis next to the seating capacity is the year the facility was completed.

1. Place des Arts (Montreal, QC) – 2,900 (1963)

2. The Orpheum (Vancouver, BC) – 2,790 (1977)

3. Massey Hall (Toronto, ON) – 2,752 (1894)

4. Thomson Hall (Toronto, ON) – 2,630 (1982)

5. Metropolis (Montreal, QC) – 2,350 (1884)

6. National Arts Centre (Ottawa, ON) – 2,323 (1969)

7. Centennial Concert Hall (Winnipeg, MB) – 2,305 (1968)

8. Armenian Theatre (Kitchener, ON) 2,047 (1980)

9. Conexus Arts Centre (Regina, SK) – 2,031 (1970)

10. TCU Place (Saskatoon, SK – 2,003 (1968)

11. Winspear Centre for Music (Edmonton, AB) – 1,932 (1997)

12. L’Adresse Symphonique (Montreal, QC) – 1,900 (2011)

13. Grand Theatre de Quebec (Quebec City, QC) – 1,875 (1971)

14. EPCOR Centre (Calgary, AB) – 1,800 (1985)

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3 Responses to Canada’s largest indoor concert halls

  1. basil berchekas jr says:

    Have Greek immigrant relatives in Toronto and Montreal, as well as in Vancouver on the west coast; noted no festivals out there, for some reason. Hmmm. Visited them years ago, and liked all three locations. Liked the planning approach I saw there.

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