After being present in Toronto’s music scene for years, the popular Candlelight series is continuing to make its way to breathtaking spaces across the city. You’ll be able to enjoy the works of music legends at impressive venues including Paradise Theatre and The Parkdale Hall.
Immerse yourself in an atmospheric setting bathed in candlelight while listening to the world’s greatest classical and pop songs. All you have to do is find your seat, sit back, and enjoy.
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Built in 1920, The Parkdale Theatre was originally an opulent cinema with over 1,500 seats. After closing in 1970, the popular theatre was occupied by numerous tenants over the years, including the Lexicon Book Store and Brewer’s Retail Store. Today, The Parkdale Hall is a highly sought-after venue for events. With an outdoor event space, private bar, and a main hall, this spectacular venue is prepared for any kind of occasion.
MMC Toronto is known for its progressive values, openness to welcoming everyone, and role as a Human Rights Center. It is an impressive, neo-Gothic church representing and actively promoting inclusivity. Numerous Candlelight concerts are being held at this remarkable venue this year including tributes to classical music greats and contemporary icons.
On the corner of Bloor St and Westmoreland Ave, Paradise Theatre is the perfect example of what an entertainment venue should look like. Putting hospitality first, Paradise provides a welcoming experience that isn’t easy to forget. Its classic facade and cosy interior evokes feelings of nostalgia and warmth. Candlelight concerts truly enchant audiences at this tranquil venue under the glow of hundreds of candles.
We can’t think of more incredible venues to host such a varied series of concerts with talented musicians! Simply sit back and savour the stunning orchestral takes on modern-day hits and the music of yesteryear. The concerts have been met by countless 5-star reviews, and guests have called it “a creative, enchanting, and new concert experience.”
Note: For the safety of all attending music lovers, the space will be illuminated by LED candles.