Phoenix Concert Theatre
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Entrance to the Phoenix
|Former names||The Diamond|
|Address||410 Sherbourne St
Toronto ON M4X 1K2
|Location||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Phoenix Concert Theatre|
It replaced The Diamond - an earlier club that operated on the same premises in the 1980s. The building originally served as the "German Canadian Club Harmonie".
It is 18,000 sq ft (1,700 m2) of eclectic grandeur, encompassing three distinct environments. The "Main Room" features one of the city's largest dance floors, leading edge sound and light, five bars (including a 50-foot (15 m) marble bar), 20x30 foot stage, a giant projection screen and one of the largest mirror balls in Canada.
"Le Loft" overlooks the main room, features an overhanging balcony which stretches the entire width of the club, lounge seating for over 100, and its own separate bar, custom artwork, and two television screens. The "Parlour" is reachable from the main room and the front entrance, features a separate sound system, a separate dancefloor and lighting system, a decorative bar, lounge seeting and four pool tables.
- Monthly Events Listing
- Phoenix Concert Theatre website
- "Why We Love The Phoenix" from The Culturatti
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