Budweiser Stage is probably one of the best places to spend summer nights in Toronto.
Live music, friends, and a few cold-pops have been enjoyed at the venue for 25 years.
And to mark its anniversary, Live Nation Canada and Budweiser Canada are premiering this season’s live experience with The Strokes’ only North American concert appearance this year.
The 25th Anniversary Summer season at Budweiser Stage will continue through October and feature performances from Florence + The Machine, Iron Maiden, The 1975, Corey Hart, Phish, Jimmy Buffett, Beck and Cage The Elephant, Santana, Arkells, Sarah McLachlan with a Symphony Orchestra, Heart, Korn, Chris Stapleton, Blue Rodeo, Luke Bryan, Alexisonfire and many more.
And this year, to add to the celebration, Live Nation is introducing the first-ever Budweiser Stage Season Pass, which will “provide fans with unlimited access to all concerts at Budweiser Stage throughout the 2019 season for one price.”
The Budweiser Stage season pass will cost $750.
To further commemorate the milestone, Live Nation Canada and Budweiser Canada will be opening It Happened Here, an interactive pop-up exhibit designed to celebrate 25 years of stories behind the venue’s most historical moments.
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Open from April 25 until May 4 and located at 950 Queen Street West in Toronto, the exhibit will allow music fans to experience decades of memorabilia, interactive installations and photography from artists and past performances.
Admission to the exhibit is free of charge, with Budweiser available for purchase for those of legal drinking age and all proceeds will be donated to MusiCounts, a music education charity providing access to musical instruments and programs in communities across Canada.
According to Live Nation, since opening the doors 25 years ago, it has promoted 850 concerts at Budweiser Stage and has seen more than 8 million music fans attend a concert at this celebrated venue.
Budweiser Stage Season Pass goes on sale on Friday, March 29 at 10 am via Live Nation.