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Drake Underground

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Posted by Staff / August 10, 2007

The Drake Underground is one of the best live music venues in the city. It has a decidedly different vibe than the rest of the Hotel. Programming features local and international DJs and some of the best local and Canadian indie bands.

Additional Details

Beers on Tap:
Guinness, Mill Street Organic, Blanche de Chambly, Moosehead, Labatt 50, Creemore, Keith's, Stella Artois
Signature Drink:
West Cider
Bar Snacks:
Late night menu with nibbles and sides, burgers, charcuterie, sushi
Patio:
Yes
Music/Genre:
Rock/pop/electronic/DJ
Live Music:
Yes
Who Goes There:
Indie music fans, hotel guests, 905ers, West Queen West locals
Hours:
8pm-2:30am daily

Discussion

4 Comments

Kia / December 30, 2010 at 10:22 PM
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I went there for the relics and ruins concert and i had one of my best nights!!! Mostly because the place was so cozy and i was able to lie down and enjoy some awesome music ;)

Beau Tyler / February 26, 2011 at 9:07 PM
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Hello. I'm booking a few shows in Toronto. It will be my first time in Canada. Unfortunately, I can not find a specific booking contact for The Underground. Could you help me with this? It's killing me because this seems like the perfect place for my music.

Thanks so much.

Lindsay / February 7, 2013 at 4:45 AM
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I'm looking to throw a jam here for some of the best rap artists in Toronto and highlighting a new to the scene artist with the potential to do great things. Does anyone think this would be a good place to do so?

Joshua In replying to a comment from Lindsay / April 3, 2014 at 3:08 PM
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Hey Lindsay, I'm not an established rap artist, but I have been writing and performing raps as well as beatbox and other musical talents (i.e. singing, guitar, etc.) and I would be curious to have you watch a performance of mine possibly at the Drake Underground, once I get the venue to perform in, which would probably be around late May of this year!

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