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The Rivoli

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Booking

Owner:Unknown
Company:Indie Week
Cost:$200
Details:Sound Person $150
Door Person $75
*3% SOCAN fee applies to shows with cover over $6
Contact:Darryl Hurs
Email:Click Here
Phone:416-596-1908

Location:

Performance Area:

General Information

City:Toronto
Status:Open
Venue Type:Bar/Venue
Capacity:210
Genre(s):
  • Any/All
  • Website:The Rivoli
    Former Name(s):N/A

    About

    The Rivoli is a restaurant, bar, pool hall (2nd level) and performance venue located on Queen Street West in Toronto, Ontario. A staple in the local music scene, the venue is known for having live local music shows, comedy performances, mid-level touring bands and various showcases/promo events. The Rivoli is also a frequent host to Canadian Music Week and North By Northeast events.

    The performance venue is located at the back of the venue on the first floor, separated from the front restaurant/bar section. As the venue is located on Toronto's busy Queen Street West you can expect some street traffic, but due to the venue section being so far from the entrance the music is essentially inaudible from the main strip.

    The Rivoli does not have a full backstage or greenroom area, although there is a small section for gear directly behind the stage. The venue allows you to supply your own door person, however the in house person and fee will still apply.

    Technical Information

    Stage Floorplan:Not available
    Soundboard:Allen & Heath GL 3000
    Tech Specs:N/A
    Tech Specs:The Rivoli Tech Specs (File)
    Backline:
  • No Backline
  • Backline Details:N/A
    Stage:Yes
    Greenroom:No
    Parking:Street Parking

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    Comments  

    # stevefrise 2018-12-05 20:01
    The venue at the Rivoli seems to have a small wiring/grounding issue (the lighting rig may be powered by the same source as the backline). Guitar amps tend to have an excessive buzz, especially when played at high volume. An isolation transformer or ground lift is recommended when playing here.