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Introducing Massey Hall+, a new livestreaming platform

Toronto’s Massey Hall has come a long way since it opened in 1894. After nearly $200 million in renovations, the venue is back in business with all new features and amenities. The latest will appeal to anyone who wants to see a MH show but can’t make it in person.

MasseyHall+, a new app and livestream platform will allow music fands from anywhere in the world to enjoy what MH has to offer. From the press release:

Music fans can download the free Massey Hall+ app today by visiting to be the first to hear about upcoming-ticketed livestream events and watch on-demand exclusive content. Programming includes the previously recorded Live at Massey Hall film series, documentaries, acoustic sessions, Roy Thomson Hall lobby performances, emerging artist profiles, music education programming and more. All presented with state-of-the-art audio and video quality and available at the click of a button.

Viewers who download the app today can access exclusive, never-streamed-before concert films that include Buffy Sainte-Marie (November 2021), Patrick Watson (June 2018) and Celebrating Massey Hall, the one-hour film documenting Massey Hall Day (June 2018) that featured an all-star line-up featuring Jim Cuddy, Sarah Harmer, July Talk, Sam Roberts and more – all backed by the incredible Whitehorse.

Check out the trailer.

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