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Toronto: Name changes to two of Toronto’s biggest venues

Friday, October 4, 2019

The Sony Centre is Now MERIDIAN HALL

It’s official: The Sony Centre for the Performing Arts is now MERIDIAN HALL.
Opened on October 1, 1960, our theatre has welcomed the world’s biggest performers and entertained millions of guests: Elton John, Prince, Radiohead, The National Ballet of Canada, The Canadian Opera Company, Fiddler on the Roof, Grease, Camelot, and countless others. 

Today, MERIDIAN HALL is Canada’s largest soft seat theatre, and will continue to be Toronto’s downtown hub for some of the best in art, culture, and entertainment.

The Toronto Centre for the Arts is Now MERIDIAN ARTS CENTRE

Our uptown hub for entertainment is now officially named MERIDIAN ARTS CENTRE. 
Located just north of Yonge and Sheppard, steps away from the North York Centre subway station and Mel Lastman Square, MERIDIAN ARTS CENTREhas four magnificent and unique stages that have hosted a pageant of world-class productions and legendary performers.

To continue bringing the BEST in arts, culture and live experiences to Toronto audiences, TO Live has formed a long term partnership with Meridian, Ontario's largest credit union with over 75 years of history.

Three venues. Seven Stages. Countless Experiences. Together we are TO Live: Canada’s largest multi-arts organization, connecting audiences with artists across an unmatched range of unforgettable experiences.
Our partnership with Meridian reflects the shared values of both organizations: support for the arts, dedication to community well-being, and commitment to diversity.
We look forward to welcoming you to MERIDIAN HALL, MERIDIAN ARTS CENTRE, and the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts!

The St. Lawrence Centre is part of the TO Live family.

3 venues. 7 Stages. Countless Experiences.

Together we are TO Live.