Air Canada Centre (ACC)

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The Air Canada Centre (ACC) is a multi-purpose indoor sporting arena located on Bay Street in the South Core district of Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is the home of the Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League (NHL), the Toronto Raptors of the National Basketball Association (NBA) and the Toronto Rock of the National Lacrosse League(NLL). In addition, the Toronto Marlies of the American Hockey League play occasional games at the arena,[12] and the Raptors 905 of the NBA G League play occasional games at the venue as well. The area was previously home to the Toronto Phantoms of the Arena Football League (AFL) during their brief existence. The arena is popularly known as the ACC.


Event Essentials

  • At Venue
  • Off-site
  • In-house Catering
  • Outside Catering
  • Patio
  • In-house AV
  • Overnight Stay
  • Pet Friendly


What is your max capacity?

  • 150 people

What services do you provide?

  • Food and Drinks, Table Service

Is alcohol allowed?

  • Our venue serves alcohol. Outside food or drinks are not allowed.

05 Reviews Write A Review

  • 5 Ratings
  1. cool place 3 Oct 16, 2017
    By Gavin Kurtz Submission
    Its a cool place but if you sit high up there is about 5 rows that you cannot see much of anything. Besides that, the food is ridiculously priced. It is almost 10 dollars just for a pizza slice and a drink. All in all though, its a pretty nice place.
  2. great job handling the large amount of people 4 Oct 16, 2017
    By Gary Novak Submission
    For anyone who loves to go to Toronto Maple Leafs hockey games the ACC does a great job handling the large amount of people who enjoys watching the Leafs live. A casual walk around the huge hall and look at all the art of past and present hockey greats that the Leafs have had on their roster over the past 💯 years is interesting. Finding your seats is as easy as pie. Just ask an MLSE employee and their happy to help you out. You'll be in your seats in no time flat.
  3. Great arena that's easily accessible by transit. 5 Oct 16, 2017
    By Leslie Chan Submission
    Great arena that's easily accessible by transit. Probably the better option to get there with the high parking cost there and nearby. Lots of options for food and drinks inside the venue.
  4. GREAT VENUE 5 Oct 16, 2017
    By Billy McCormick Submission
    Had an amazing time seeing Pink Floyd legend Roger Waters. I was happy with the added security measures added to these concerts. A rock concert is more than a concert. It's where anyone can go and fit in and be welcomed and united with the fans and the band's. When it's someone like Roger Waters the unity and love in the air as he himself stated on stage "there's alot of love in this room..." and it's thick like fog and it's an amazing feeling. I'm really looking forward to seeing what he does next. He doesn't seem like the retiring type. Perhaps a performance of the "Wish you Were Here" album front to back with a second set of more of the solo stuff he left out of this tour such as songs from the "Amused to Death" album which received no tour until years later with the 1999/2000s "In the Flesh" tour. Or maybe this is it. He's making a big enough show of it but alot of important solo material was left out however it was nice to hear so much Pink Floyd of course I'd be stupid to complain. GREAT VENUE
  5. Great place for a concert. 5 Oct 16, 2017
    By Michelle Renwick Wilson Submission
    Great place for a concert. Close to Union Station, the subway and GO Transit. A short distance to the Gardiner Expressway. There is good parking several blocks away that is cheaper than the lots nearby. Security checks at the door are for your safety, so don't complain. You can't bring water in with you, but you can bring a bottle that you can fill up from a water fountain inside. The sound us good and the seats are fairly comfortable.

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