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The Silver Dollar Room, established in 1958, hosts a diverse array of musical genres including lo-fi, electro, indie, rock, garage, psych, punk, bluegrass, alt-country, folk, and roots.

Originally built in 1957 as an extension of the Waverley Hotel, a Harbord Village landmark, The Silver Dollar Room quickly became synonymous with live blues music in Toronto. Over its more than half-century existence, it has evolved into a pivotal venue within Toronto’s music scene, supporting local musicians and serving as a hub for touring artists.

The venue’s rich history is evident in its every corner; tales abound, from Leonard Cohen’s musings on the ceiling cracks to its appearances in ’80s films like “Adventures in Babysitting” and “Police Academy.” Renowned musicians such as Bob Dylan, Levon Helm, and David “Fathead” Newman have graced its stage, while artists like Andy Maize, Basia Bulat, and Mac DeMarco continue to contribute to its vibrant legacy.

The stage at The Silver Dollar Room has seen performances from an extensive list of bands, both past and present, ranging from local favorites like The Lowest Of The Low to international acts such as The Pixies and Sonny & The Sunsets. This venue remains a cornerstone of Toronto’s musical fabric, bridging generations and genres alike.