The most populous city in Northwestern Ontario, Thunder Bay was declared a 'Cultural Capital of Canada' in 2003. This has led to an impressive variety of music and performing arts venues. It was here that the very first music synthesizer was invented, as well as the first multi-track tape player. With its mix of nature and city life, Thunder Bay is the ideal place to both live in and visit.
Many musicians have called Thunder Bay home, including Coleman Hell and Sydney Blu. Home to the Magnus Theatre and The Thunder Bay Community Auditorium, Thunder Bay concert tickets are always in demand. In addition, the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra plays a range of classical music and performs for a number of events.
Based on Thunder Bay's proximity to the Canadian Shield and Boreal Forest, sports and recreation also play a major role in residents' lives. Baseball fans can catch an exciting game at the Port Arthur Stadium, while winter sports lovers should head for the National Development Centre.
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