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The Air Canada Centre, Toronto
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  • Awesome time here, everything is great, except the drinks are rather expensive. But all and all a great arena for a hockey game. 
  • NBA fan I couldn't miss the opportunity to watch a game in the arena. Security is standard and very organized, in less than 3 minutes we were inside the arena. There are many options and everything flows very quickly. The shops of the times of the House has the same prices of street shops, in case you are interested in buying some article I recommend ever buying at the same arena.
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  • Visited the Air Canada Centre to attend the Pentatonix concert with Abi and Us the Duo. Fabulous experience - everyone was very helpful and the seats were great. What an amazing show - the performance...  more »
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  • ACC is a great venue. Very expensive, but a great venue. There's a good view from many different spaces in the venue, and the seats are relatively comfortable. The washrooms are clean and because it's a big venue there are a lot of them per floor. Everything else is mega expensive (like outrageously so) like food and drinks, but it comes with the territory I guess. Parking is available all around the area. I would try the lots on lakeshore or Queen's Quay if you get there earlier enough.
  • Was pretty well organised; we got in to the ball game super quick. Food and drink prices are typically ridiculous but that's arenas for you. Even the cheap seats afforded a good view of the Raptors OWNING the Pistons. So that was good too.
  • Very good arena for concerts and sport events. Easy to walk around with a good setup of washrooms, etc. Obvious negative here is the price for food and drinks. Imagine something super expensive ($16.95 for a large beer) now double it: voilá, welcome to the ACC.
  • Came here to see Sia and had a great time. Large stadium with lots of seating, adequate amount of washrooms and generally clean. Food vendors are expensive but they always are at these places so can't really complain. Overall nice place!
  • I was here for a concert. The space was a bit too loud with its sound system, but other than that - it was a great experience! The logistics of moving a large crowd of people were well organized and there was no hassle at all. Everything went by smoothly.