Bandshell was built in 1936 as an open-air concert venue, located in the exhibition center on the shore of Lake Ontario. Enjoy the grass under your feet at a 160,000 square foot community event or holiday celebration.
To watch the band perform live on the Bandshell stage, their outdoor exhibitors are scattered throughout the park, and attendees gather in the shade of the trees. Located near the wind turbines, Acqua Dolce Resto and the Toronto Event Centre, your outdoor activities will enjoy the open air and lake views of the city centre.
Bandshell Park Features
Inspired by the Hollywood Bowl, the Art Deco Bandshell was built in 1936 and designed by Toronto architecture studio Craig and Madill. The stage area is 338 square meters (3640 square feet), and the adjacent green space is called Bandshell Park. At the northeast corner of the park is the Exhibition Plaza Carillon. On the north side of the park is the sculpture collection "Garden of the Greek Gods"
|Address:||100 Prince Edward Island Crescent|
|Venue Type:||Outdoor Event Space|
|Layout:||160,000 Square Foot Park|