Prepare to sing and dance the night away when GRAMMY-winning crooner Michael Buble stops by Toronto's Air Canada Centre on June 28 for the first of two concert events. This summer performance will come as part of the special Canadian leg of his To Be Loved Tour, named after Buble's latest album released last year.
Air Canada Centre Seating Information
The Michael Buble concert will feature a relatively standard stage layout for the performance at the Air Canada Centre, though note that a "B" stage also is expected to be used at various points throughout the evening. The main stage will be situated in front of Sections 111-116, while the "B" stage will be at the opposite end in between the floor and Sections 101-104. Reserved Floor seating will be divided into three separate areas including Floor Right, Floor Center, and Floor Left, and all of these respective sections also will be divided up into three different groupings of seats.
Lower Level seating (100 level) offers the next sections of reserved seating, though areas behind the stage will mostly be closed off for the June 28 show. Some sections near the sides of the stage may have a limited or obstructed view depending on the angle of the seats, so be sure to read through any notes included by the seller in the listing for precise details. Also included in the 100 Level are Platinum Lounges in Sections 118-120 and 107-109. The 300 Level comprises the uppermost sections of the Air Canada Centre and various suites also are located in between the 100 and 300 Levels.
Check out the Air Canada Centre seating map on this page for the full arrangement.
Air Canada Centre General Information
A sampling of items not permitted at the Michael Buble concert includes coolers, bags, bottles, cans, sticks and flagpoles, and outside food and drink. Audio and video recording devices are prohibited as well, though generally the venue will allow the use of non-professional cameras at the artists' discretion.
Air Canada Centre Parking Information
The Air Canada Centre offers two levels of underground parking with over 10,000 parking spaces available for guests wishing to drive to the concert. Guests are advised to bring cash for the parking fee and to refrain from having any outside alcohol in your vehicle. The parking levels open roughly one hour before the start of events.
Air Canada Centre Gate Times
Gates generally open 90 minutes to an hour before the start of events. Check with venue staff in advance for the exact time for the June 28 Michael Buble performance.