Lees Palace and The Dance Cave
Lee's palace has been one of Toronto's best and well known nightlife venues in the city's history. Home to amazing live shows and the best music around, Lee's is always a good time. Whether you're heading out to dance to your favourite live band or looking to see the fresh new talent on the scene, Lee's Palace is the ultimate event, party, and music destination in T.O.
With awards like:
"Best Rock Club" - NOW Magazine - Best of Toronto 1998
"Best Live Rock/Alternative Club" - Eye Weekly - Toronto's Best 1998.
The building consists of two floors, each about 5000 sq. ft. The ground level is Lee's Palace which features live bands (usually alternative rock), the second floor is The Dance Cave, an alternative dance club. The Dance Cave is open 7 nights a week, the main floor usually only Monday to Saturday.
Lee's Palace/The Dance Cave is located at 529 Bloor St. W. Toronto, Canada
One and a half blocks east of Bathurst. Exit the TTC at the Bathurst subway.
Upcoming Events @ Lees Palace and The Dance Cave
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