Eat and Greet Toronto

New Toronto concert series pairs chefs with live shows

Not sure what to look forward to after the rush of holiday concerts and eatathons? Toronto could stand for more dinner and a show affairs, so there's good news on the snowy horizon: Collective Concerts and Rose & Sons are teaming up in 2015 for a six part dinner series that'll let music fans feast together and mingle with the band before the show.

The first dinner, presented by food-loving CC promoter Amy Hersenhoren and music-loving chef Anthony Rose, will give fans the chance to meet and eat with Elliott Brood. On Saturday, January 24, 2015 at the Phoenix, expect a dinner in the spirit of the Canadian alt-country outfit featuring a Big Crow menu of hearty, down-home cooking like chopped brisket, mac 'n cheese, lots of sides and beers from Beau's.

While upcoming dinner and concert pairings have yet to be announced, menus will be tailored to the talent, and for the duration of the venue-hopping series the number of limited availability tickets will fluctuate with the size of the room. The debut dinner at The Phoenix looks to be a roaming 75-person food station experience, while other events might be more intimate. Tickets for the Elliot Brood show are now on sale. Watch Collective Concerts for word on upcoming bands.


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