Sporting facilities are designed to hold a large number of people at a go. Sometimes producers organize concerts with a significant amount of attendance. Sporting venues become ideal event facilities because of their size. Sporting venues have adequate amenities starting from bathrooms, parking and large entry points to let in and out a massive number of people in one time. In Ontario, the following are the best sporting venues to choose from if you are organizing a concert.

Air Canada Centre

The venue was opened in 1999 both for sports and other entertainment functions. It is one of the biggest venues in the province and can hold over 19,000 concertgoers at a go. The stadium has conducted over 2500 events since it was opened.

Rogers Centre

The centre was opened in 1989 as a multi-purpose stadium in Toronto, Ontario. It was initially known as the SkyDome before getting its current name in 2005. The venue holds roughly 200 events yearly. It can hold up to 50,000 people at each event. The centre is known for its retractable roof, which takes up to 20 minutes to open and close.

Coca-Cola coliseum

The coliseum is located at 45 Manitoba Drive in Toronto, Ontario. It can accommodate up to 9250 people when hosting a concert, which is less compared to the above mentioned. It can be ideal for themed events like Playamo casino themed parties. If you need to book the venue, you should contact the city of Toronto, who are the owners through the Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, who operate the coliseum.

Toyana Arena

The centre was opened in October 2008. The facility is a multi-purpose arena that holds various local events in sports and concerts as well. Before its current name, the Toyana Arena, it was known as the Ontario Community Events Centre as well as Citizens Business Bank Arena. The centre holds a total of 11,089 concertgoers at ago.