Share your Massey Hall stories, photos and mementos in a new book by fans, for fans.
Submit your story now.
That show, that kiss,
that song, that story...
That Night at
Photo credit: Jason Cook
We are calling out to all fans, artists, and friends for their memories of seeing concerts, performances and special or unique moments that took place at the great institution, Massey Hall. Personal stories, experiences, anecdotes and original photos and memorabilia will tell the incredible history of ”The Old Lady of Shuter Street”. That Night At Massey Hall is a limited-edition new book project that will celebrate and chronicle the history of the venue through the eyes and memories of you, the fans.
That Night at
What was your memorable
night at Massey Hall?
Massey Hall’s storied past boasts a veritable who’s who of Canadian and international cultural icons. We are looking to capture the last 80 years of that history through the unique stories provided by you, the fans! More than just the performance you saw, we’re looking for your personal stories, photographs or memorabilia of all genres of music, comedians, stage actors, dancers and speakers. Tell us what was magical about ’That night’. Be a part of Massey Hall’s history by submitting your memories.
Luciano Pavarotti - Photo credit: Patrick Harbron
Leonard Cohen - Photo credit: Patrick Harbron
Bob Dylan - Photo credit: Lawrence Kirsch
Barenaked Ladies - Photo credit: Mike Boon
Noel Gallagher - Photo credit: Frank Yang
The National – Photo credit: Frank Yang
Special nights are not just about the shows and performers, special nights are personal and unique.
Here are just some of the themes that we feel could enrich the project immensely:
• The first concert you attended, or maybe a first date
• Something unique that happened on stage
• A song or performance that moved you
• A memory from the performing artist
• The journey to be there
That Night at Massey Hall is not affiliated, associated, or in any way officially connected with
The Corporation of Massey Hall and Roy Thomson Hall.
© 2019 CHM Communications