With the city reopening and adapting to the new normal, INK Entertainment has also come up with their own creative solution by introducing CityView Drive-In. As Toronto’s newest outdoor entertainment venue, they will be hosting concerts, movie nights and more. CityView offers a completely contactless experience right in the centre of Toronto’s docklands, with a stunning view of the city skyline.
The space can hold up to 200+ vehicles in reserved parking spots with each vehicle at least seven feet apart. The venue alsos consists of a 238-foot stage and three large LED screens supplied by Apex Sound & Light. Tickets needs to be purchased online in advance and will be scanned contactlessly at the front gate.
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@inkentertainment is proud to announce Toronto’s newest outdoor concert and entertainment venue! CityView Drive-In is an entirely contactless experience designed to host 200+ vehicles, where guests can enjoy live entertainment from the 238-foot stage and three large LED screens! Visit our website (link in bio) for more details and frequently asked questions. #CityViewDriveIn
On the roster for July 16th is a show with Canadian rock band Monster Truck and Toronto-based Allan Rayman on July 18th. Electronic music group A Tribe Called Red will take the stage on August 6th, with more performances yet to be announced.
Visitors will be provided with a designated FM radio frequency to tune in from their cars without having to lower their windows. Guests can purchase concessions and merchandise online and arrange for a contactless delivery to their vehicles.
For a full list of events, policies and regular updates on CityView Drive-In, follow @cityviewdrivein or visit www.cityviewdrivein.com to learn more.