Manitoba Centennial Centre

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Centennial Concert Hall

The Manitoba Centennial Centre is an arts centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. It began as an urban renewal program began in 1960. The Centennial Concert Hall, as part of the Manitoba Centennial Centre, was built as a Canadian Centennial project. The 253,014-square-foot (23,505.8 m2) concert hall cost $22.5 million. The venue presently has a seating capacity of 2,305.[1]

The Centennial Concert Hall opened its doors in March 1968. The Manitoba Centennial Centre, which includes the Centennial Concert Hall, Manitoba Museum, Planetarium and Manitoba Theatre Centre represent the finest of Manitoba's cultural organizations. The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, Royal Winnipeg Ballet and Manitoba Opera calls the Concert Hall home.[1]


  1. ^ a b Vineberg, Robert (01/11/2010). "Start planning concert hall expansion". Winnipeg Free Press. Retrieved 21 March 2013.  Check date values in: |date= (help)

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Coordinates: 49°53′59″N 97°08′12″W / 49.89968°N 97.136715°W / 49.89968; -97.136715