TORONTO (CelebrityAccess) — The Toronto concert venue formerly known as Adelaide Hall, is re-launching itself as Radio.
The 400-capacity venue will host musical performances, bands, events, private functions, and with the addition of some of Toronto’s best cover bands playing Friday and Saturday nights, starting at 10 pm.
“Live music is the life and vibe of a city. We are very proud to be bringing Live Music Weekends to Toronto’s entertainment district. Unfortunately, there has been a noticeable decline with venues closing all over the city.” Says Noel Copeman, Founder of Copetown Media LTD. “Radio is a premier spot to watch touring bands through the week, and enjoy cover bands to dance to on the weekend, and we hope it will continue to live up to that expectation.”
The club, which underwent an extensive redesign this year, is intended to have the look and feel of a vintage recording studio.
Upcoming performances at the club include Junglepussy, Jerry Paper, Fortunate Ones, Maxx Mikkael, and Noah Kahan.
Radio officially re-opens its doors on October 12th.