The Cameron House
The building was first coined "The Cameron House" in 1896, by the 1920's it was a working hotel.
Today, it is a staple of the Toronto music scene, having been a home to local bands and artists since 1981. Described as a Toronto crossover of CBGB's and The Chelsea Hotel in New York. It remains a cultural hub on Queen West, providing musicians a place to perform, meet, mingle, drink, live and work.
The Cameron House is a 19+ venue and ID must be presented upon entry.
GOT PHOTOS OF THE CAMERON?
We're always looking to preserve memories of good times at the Cameron House.
If you have any old photos, art, or concert posters we would love to see them!
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IN THE NEWS
Women-run Barber Shop Opens Inside....
Cameron House Barbers officially opened its doors to the public on Tuesday, Oct. 6 in the same building as the venue.
The Secret Soul Legacy of Toronto's Cameron House
In the early 90s, it was a platform for some of today’s most talented musicians, artists and poets. Twenty-five years later...
FYI Industry Profile: Cosmo Ferraro....
When he was studying business at the University of Guelph, the family business Cosmo Ferraro was expected to join...