Getting Around

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Take GO Transit to the Show

Wondering how to get the show with GO Transit? Travel by GO train or bus to Union Station, then walk or take TTC to the venue. If you are travelling on the weekend, make sure to take advantage of the GO Weekend Pass starting at $10, and if you are travelling on a weekday, gather your family or friends for the GO Weekday Group Pass.

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Payment by Presto

Purchase card: PRESTO cards can be purchased for $6CAD at the following locations: fare vending machines, ticket vending machines, customer service outlets and select retail stores
Load your card: PRESTO cards can be loaded using the PRESTO app,, transit fare vending machines, self-serve reload machines, Shoppers Drug Mart and customer service outlets
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Ride with VIA Rail

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Commute with the TTC

After over 100 years in service and having carried more than 31 billion customers, the TTC has grown to become one of the most visible and vital public service organizations in North America. With a widespread grid of bus, subway, and streetcars they will get you where you need to go, and their online commute planner can help you plan ahead so you can make it to all your shows on time!

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Scotiabank Arena

Address: 40 Bay St., Toronto, ON M5J 2X2

Directions: Located at 40 Bay St. on the Northwest Corner of Lakeshore Blvd. West and Bay St.

Public parking nearby

  • Underground at Maple Leaf Square: 15 York Street
  • Accessible parking: 4 on-site spots, can be reserved by calling Soctiabank Fan Services (416) 815-5982
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The Elgin

Address: 189 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M5B 1M4

Directions: Located at 189 Yonge Street in Toronto – north of Queen Street, across from the Eaton Centre.

Arriving via TTC? Take the Yonge-University (yellow) line to Queen Station, the venue will be a one minute walk from the station

Public parking nearby

  • Municipal Parking lot on the south side of Queen Street, just east of Victoria Street (opposite St. Michael's Hospital), entrance on Queen Street
  • Eaton Centre parking lot, accessible from Shuter Street
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Meridian Hall

Address: 1 Front St E, Toronto, ON M5E 1B2

Directions: Located at 1 Front St E - East of Yonge St and Union Station, across from Berczy Park

Arriving via TTC? Take the Yonge-University (yellow) line to Union or King station. From Union station either walk 11 minutes East along Front street or follow the indoor PATH East, parallel to Front St. From King station walk 6 minutes South along Yonge St.

Public parking nearby

  • Brookfield Place Garage: 10 Front St W & 7 Wellington St W
  • Parking Indigo Toronto: 33 Yonge St
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The Royal Theatre

Address: 608 College St, Toronto, ON M6G 1B4

Directions: Located at 608 College Street, West of Bathurst, near Kensington Market

Arriving via TTC? Take the Yonge-University (yellow) line to King, catch the 506 streetcar (Carlton to High Park Via Queen and Broadview) and get off at the College at Grace St stop. If taking the Bloor-Danforth (green) line, get off at Christie station and walk 15 minutes south down Grace street

Public parking nearby

  • Green P Carpark 111: 74 Clinton St
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Comedy Bar

Address: 945 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6H 1L5

Directions: Located at 945 Bloor St W, just west of Ossington, near Ossington Station

Arriving via TTC? Take the Bloor-Danforth (green) line to Ossington station and walk 5 minutes west along Bloor St W

Public parking nearby

  • Green P Carpark: 745 Ossington Ave
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The Garrison

Address: 1197 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1X3

Directions: Located at 1197 Dundas St W, just west of Ossington, near Trinity Bellwoods Park

Arriving via TTC? Take the Bloor-Danforth (green) line to Ossington station, take the 63 bus south (Ossignton to Liberty Village) and get off at Churchill Ave

Public parking nearby

  • Green P Carpark: 1117 Dundas St W & 146 Harrison St
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Address: 334 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5V 2A2

Directions: Located at 334 Queen St W, East of Spadina

Arriving via TTC? Take the Bloor-Danforth (green) line to Spadina station, take the 510A or 510B streetcar south and get off at Queen St W

Public parking nearby

  • Green P Carpark: 10 Soho St
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Danforth Music Hall

Address: 147 Danforth Ave, Toronto, ON M4K 1N2

Directions: Located at 147 Danforth Ave, East of Broadview

Arriving via TTC? Take the Bloor-Danforth (green) line to Broadview station

Public parking nearby

  • Green P Parking Lot: 35 Erindale Ave
  • 706-728 Broadway Ave parking
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Absolute Comedy

Address: 2335 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4P 2C8

Directions: Located at 2335 Yonge St, North of Eglington

Arriving via TTC? Take the Yonge-University (yellow) line to Eglington station

Public parking nearby

  • Green P parking garage: 30 Roehampton Ave
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Second City

Address: One York Street, 110 Harbour St, Toronto, ON M5J 0B6

Directions: Located at 1 York St, South of the Gardiner Expy, near Toronto Harbourfront & Scotiabank Arena

Arriving via TTC? Take the Yonge-University (yellow) line to Union station and walk 10 minutes south down York St

Public parking nearby

  • Underground at Maple Leaf Square: 15 York Street
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Yuk Yuks

Address: 224 Richmond St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1V6

Directions: Located at 224 Richmond St, West of University Ave.

Arriving via TTC? Take the Yonge-University (yellow) line to Osgoode station

Public parking nearby

  • Adelaide Place Lot 322: 150 York St
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Berczy Park - Street Festival

Address: 35 Wellington St E, Toronto, ON M5E 1C6

Directions: Located at 35 Wellington St E, between Wellington St and Front St, East of Yonge

Arriving via TTC? Take the Yonge-University (yellow) line to King station and walk 5 minutes, south down Yonge st and then East down Wellington St W

Public parking nearby

  • Wellington Square Garage: 26 Wellington St East
  • Indigo Toronto Garage: 33 Yonge St
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Explore Toronto

St Lawrence Market

Visit St Lawrence Market, one of the largest and most beloved public market’s in Toronto, boasting a wide variety of farmer’s market stands and specialty food vendors.

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Take a trip to Toronto’s Harbourfront where you can explore local parks and trails, discover the galleries and theaters at the Harbourfront Centre and enjoy the Canadian delicacy known as the Beavertail. Also home to a variety of waterfront experiences such as canoeing and kayaking, you can take a water taxi or ferry across to the Toronto Islands to further explore the parks that Toronto has to offer.

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Visit the Art Gallery of Ontario, home to an impressive collection of over 90000 works of art from Canada and around the world. The AGO provides free admission to all visitors under the age of 25 and free general admission to collection galleries every wednesday from 6-9PM.

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Looking to do some shopping while you’re in town? There are many options depending on what you’re in the market for. Check out the Eaton Center, the largest mall in downtown Toronto, centrally located on the TTC line at Dundas station. Looking for a selection of smaller shops and boutiques? Check out Queen St W - also home to Toronto’s Graffiti Alley (south of Queen St W from Spadina to Portland). Interested in vintage shopping and local vendors? Stop by the Kensington Market for an abundance of thrift stores and unique products.

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Kensington Market

A cultural hub in downtown Toronto, Kensington Market is known for its unique selection of restaurants, shops and cafes with a vibrant and eclectic vibe.

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Trinity Bellwoods Park

One of the largest and most popular parks in downtown Toronto, Trinity Bellwoods is a great spot to sit back and relax, have a picnic, people watch and absorb the energy of the city.

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Distillery District

Take a step back into history and check out Toronto’s pedestrian only 19th century historic district, once the home to a whisky distillery. Walk the Distillery’s cobblestone streets and explore the many boutiques, restaurants, bars and art galleries.

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What else to do while in Toronto?

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