While the city continues to reopen and implement creative solutions for our new normal, INK Entertainment is thrilled to announce CityView Drive-In, Toronto’s newest outdoor concert and entertainment venue. Presenting concerts, movie nights, unique events and more, CityView is an entirely contactless experience in the heart of Toronto’s docklands, with the picturesque Toronto skyline as a backdrop.
Designed to host 200+ vehicles in reserved parking spots a minimum of seven feet apart, guests can enjoy live entertainment from the 238-foot stage and three large LED screens supplied by Apex Sound & Light from the comfort of their own car. For a completely contactless experience, tickets are to be purchased in advance online and will be scanned at the front gate via a touchless system.
“As we adapt to life amid a pandemic, we looked to our neighbours across borders for guidance and inspiration,” says Charles Khabouth, CEO, INK Entertainment. “Like Toronto, major global cities have missed out on months of entertainment and have started to rely on creative solutions, like outdoor concert venues. With advanced technology and online ticket sales, the experience can be completely contactless, with no reason to exit your vehicle.”
We are proud to announce shows with Canadian rock band Monster Truck on July 16th, Toronto-based Allan Rayman on July 18th, and electronic music group A Tribe Called Red on August 6th, with many more artist announcements to come.
To listen, guests will be provided with a designated FM radio frequency to tune in from their cars without needing to lower their windows. If they desire, they can also listen to the show through the venue’s state-of-the-art sound system. Concessions and merchandise will also be available for online purchase and contactless delivery to the guest’s vehicle.
For a full list of events, exciting announcements, policies, and regular updates on CityView Drive-In follow @cityviewdrivein or visit www.cityviewdrivein.com to learn more.
20 Polson Street