MASONIC TEMPLE’S CONCERT HALL, 888 YONGE STREET, WAS BUILT DURING WORLD WAR ONE

RICHARD LONGLEY writes in NOW Magazine – “Freemasonry was once big in TORONTO, and though grand masonic temples and lodges still dot the cityscape, most of them have been adapted to new uses. The six-storey Renaissance Revival Masonic Temple at Yonge and Davenport doubled as the Concert Hall, hosting the likes of Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Tina Turner, the Ramones, Led Zeppelin, Bob Dylan, The Who, the Rolling Stones and David Bowie.

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