Taking a look back at 2013, Venue Diary is recapping our favourite venues of the year.
We’re listing our Top 5 favourite venues of 2013!
These were selected based on the uniqueness of the venue, the show experience at the venue and my overall excitement before, during and after the event.
My first time at the venue, the Town Ballroom surprised me with a unique room that provided concert-goers with a very cool experience. It’s one of the most intimate venues with a huge sound. This show felt like a show for 100,000… just for me. Loved it.
Listed as one of American’s best outdoor venues, this was a festival that I was so pumped to attend. The music, the people and yes, even the rain, made this one hell of a show that I won’t soon forget.
Ah yes, my very first show on the Venue Diary blog. That distinction alone makes this show a stand-out, but having attended Adelaide Hall on it’s inaugural evening brought so much excitement to this show. The above photo captures the room’s energy that I’ve been craving ever since.
Absolutely one of the best locations I’ve ever seen a show, Parc Jean Drapeau in Montreal was an experience in itself. The Osheaga Music Festival is a gem that I plan to attend over and over again.
My #1 venue of 2013 holds so much history and is an iconic venue that I had be anxiously hoping to attend for years. I love small venues and the Kee to Bala certainly lived up to the hype and exceeded my expectations. I’m hoping to make trips to the Kee a new summer tradition.
What were your favourite concerts of 2013?