Our region has many venues offering great live entertainment. Whether it’s a world-famous comedian at on stage at Caesars Windsor, a children’s show at the WFCU, a production by the University Players or a concert at the Chrysler Theatre, our region offers a vast selection of entertainment for every member of the family. In addition, each summer launches an exciting variety of live entertainment at our riverfront plaza. From blues to jazz to techno, the water front is alive with music all summer long.
Assumption University Chapel... Read More
The Capitol Theatre and Arts Centre is Windsor's community centre for the arts featuring three theatres for live entertainment, receptions, and seminars.Read More
The Chrysler Theatre is dedicated to bringing quality entertainment to Windsor's diverse audience as well as providing our local performing arts community with a venue designed to achieve excellence in the performing arts.Read More
Colosseum at Caesars Windsor... The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor proudly upholds the legendary Caesars 40-year tradition of offering premium entertainment. It is the largest venue of its kind among the nearly 40 Caesars Entertainment properties, boasting 5,000-seats, high-definition video, state-of-the-art sound and lighting to showcase exciting international headline concert performers from Country to Rock 'n’ Roll, as well as comedy and variety acts. Celine Dion, Patti LaBelle, Sarah McLachlan, Jay Leno and KISS are just a few of the legendary entertainers the Colosseum has been proud to host. Read More
Mackenzie Hall Cultural Centre... Windsor - Originally a 19th century district courthouse and gaol (jail), Mackenzie Hall is now the Cultural Centre for the City of Windsor, with performing arts space, theatre, art galleries, meeting facilities and a ballroom for private rentals and special events. Opportunities for group historical tours, delightful group show packages and excellent dedicated catering services are available. Read More
Migration Community Hall...
Migration Hall is a charitable, non-profit organization serving the needs of Kingsville and surrounding communities including Kingsville District High School. Celebrating 20 years as our regions’ concert and community facility, guests can experience a wide variety of events from community theatre to professional artists as well as sports and leisure activities.Read More
Milk Coffee Bar... Established in 1998 to nurture the creative spirit of Windsor. Milk has been a meeting place for the creative class of our community. featuring local art on our walls and local musicians performing 5 days a week milk is a stimulating environment for innovative thought. Milk also has Ontario's largest selection of the intriguing liquor know as Absinthe. Local wines and an extensive beer list is also available. Enjoy Windsor's best espresso. Open 7 days a week. Read More
Phog Lounge... The venue is a cultural hub, located in downtown Windsor, aimed at supporting and connecting artists, musicians, writers, filmmakers, students, entrepreneurs, small business owners and more to the greater Windsor/Detroit community to enrich the city as a whole. In short, Phog hosts every type of music currently available in Windsor or on tour in Canada. Everyone is welcome. Read More
Raisbeck Dinner Theatre Productions... Raisbeck Productions offers dinning entertainment for parties large and small. Their specialties include Murder Mystery, King Henry's feast (renaissance) and a 1920s style show. The group performs at the customers venue of choice. Read More
WFCU Centre... Windsor's newest and largest multi-purpose sport and entertainment complex, home to the OHL's Windsor Spitfires and other events such as concerts, family shows and trade & consumer shows. Cirque Du Soleil was held here in November of 2010. The Community Centre boasts three regulation ice pads used for public skating, local hockey leagues, figure skating and other ice sports. A regulation size sports gym, leisure gym and reception hall as well as various meeting rooms and program rooms, are also present. Read More
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