Sudbury Ontario Entertainment Venues information & listings
These are the main venues for Sudbury performance and entertainment (Sudbury Cultural Venues & Theatres maps by area):.
FoundLocally provides or links to listings of Sudbury entertainment events.
Bell Park Gazebos
Summer concert series are offered in Bell Park (off Paris Street), overlooking Ramsey Lake. For concert information, call 705-674-3141 ext 2333.
935 Ramsey Lake Rd., P3E 2C6
705-673-6597 fax: 705-675-4853
Laurentian University's Fraser Auditorium has a seating capacity of 669 people, with 355 in orchestra seating and 315 in the balcony. The stage has a curved front and is 26 feet across at its widest and 21 feet deep at centre stage. The space has been used for events like concerts, plays and public lectures.
For further technical information please see: http://www.laurentian.ca/media/Fraser%20Auditorium%20Tech%20Pack.pdf
Sudbury Community Arena
240 Elgin St
705-675-7895 Fax: 705-670-0601
This arena, home to the Sudbury Wolves hocky team, has seating for 6160 (2760 permanent and 1400 portable), wth the following seating configurations: concerts 6160, ice event 4760, basketball 5500, boxing 5500, there is a 16,000 sq ft floor area, a 195'x 85' ice rink on a concrete floor (with 3000 lbs/sq ft load limit), a 60' ceiling, 11' x 10'6" freight door, 110V/208V 1600A electical. The facility can provide banquests for up to 1800, has 10 meeting rooms for 20-100 people and has on-site parking for 200 vehicles.
Sudbury Symphony Orchestra
Place St Joseph (20 Ste Anne Rd)
Contact the Orchestra about their season's performances.
Sudbury Theatre Centre
170 Shaughnessy St
Box office 705-674-8381
This 297-seat professional theatre presents comedies, dramas, musicals, and mysteries from September through May. .
1400 Barrydowne Rd
705-524-7317 This community theatre offers fine drama and Broadway musicals from September to May.
Theatre du Nouvel-ontario
College Boreal (21 Lasalle Blvd)
This is a theatrical company with a French voice for northern Ontario.
Laurentian University Campus
Laurentian University's Fraser Auditorium is also a nice place for concerts and plays.
150 Main St East, North Bay
This 1000 soft-seat performing and visual arts center includes the beautifully renovated circa 1929 Capitol Theatre and the WKP Kennedy Gallery. The Capitol Centre is open Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m and Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The gallery features a range of contemporary and historical art. Gallery is open year round, Tuesday through Saturday