First opened on May 22, 1971, Budweiser Stage is a large arena located in Toronto, Ontario. It was previously called the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre and is well-known for its spectacular live concerts and events. With Budweiser Stage Toronto seating capacity being 16,000, the venue has hosted over 30,000 shows and 100 festivals over the years. Budweiser Stage is a popular place for artists like the Strokes, Dave Matthews Band, Weird Al Yankovic, Mary J. Blige and Florence and the Machine. Tickets are available at StubHub with a list of upcoming Budweiser Stage events.
Is alcohol available at Budweiser Stage events?
Yes, guests can enjoy a variety of alcoholic beverages available for purchase at the venue. Be prepared to show a valid ID. However, bringing outside alcohol is not allowed at Budweiser Stage.
What are the accommodations for guests with disabilities at Budweiser Stage?
Budweiser Stage fully complies with ADA policies to ensure that all guests can safely access the venue for a comfortable experience. Wheelchair-friendly seating can be found at the back of sections 301, 302, 303, 304, 305, 403, 405 and 407. Please note that the floor level (100) and lawns do not have accessible seating. Accessible parking is located east and west of the main gate. Bathrooms, merchandise booths and concession stands are fully accessible to everyone. For special needs, you may stop by the Guest Services pavilion at the entrance of the venue for assistance.
Should I call a sitter, or can I bring the young ones along to Budweiser Stage events?
Budweiser Stage is a family-friendly venue. Children under the age of 2 can enter free of charge if they sit on a parent's lap. Use personal discretion for each show to determine if it is an age-appropriate event for your child.
Are ATMs available on-site at Budweiser Stage?
Multiple ATMs are conveniently located both outside and inside the main Guest Services pavilion near the main entrance. Other ATMs can be found on the West Plaza outside of the men's restrooms and the East Plaza outside of the women's restrooms.
What is the camera policy at the Budweiser Stage?
The policy for cameras changes depending on the event held at the Budweiser Stage. The venue's day-to-day policy allows for disposable cameras, small digital cameras and cellphone cameras. Each artist will have their own policy about the use of professional cameras.Back to Top
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