The RBCxMusic Concert Series will be back for the 2020 RBC Canadian Open, featuring headlining performances by Grammy Award-winning artist/producer duo, The Chainsmokers, and four-time Grammy Award winner, Keith Urban.
The concerts will take place near the iconic St. George’s Golf and Country Club on the football field of Toronto’s Richview Collegiate Institute and will feature performances on both the Friday and Saturday evenings of tournament week – June 12 and 13.
Rain or shine, you’ll have the chance to take in some memorable tunes. Great live music and golf. What more could you ask for?
A General Admission ticket provides you entry for the entire day, including golf and the concert.
Interested in a more premium golf viewing experience?
Click here to view other RBC Canadian Open ticket options.
* Tickets are limited and do not include Ticketmaster service fees.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
The concerts will take place following the conclusion of play (approx. 8:00 pm) on the Friday (June, 12 ) and Saturday (June, 13) of the RBC Canadian Open.
The RBCxMusic Concert Series is taking place at Richview Collegiate Institute playing fields at the corner of Islington Ave and Eglinton Ave – approximately 500 metres from St. George’s Golf & Country Club. Onsite parking is not available at either location.
Paid ($20 – CASH ONLY) spectator parking is available along the Hydro One Corridor off Kipling Ave.
Complimentary shuttles will continually run to and from the main entrance located off Islington Ave.
Spectators are encouraged to utilize car sharing services (Uber/Lyft) or taxis.
Those who use these services should use the designated pick up and drop off location (Islington and Eglinton Ave. W.)
Spectators with disabilities may park at the designated Handicap Lot (TBD).
TO UTILIZE THIS SERVICE, YOU MUST PURCHASE TICKETS IN ADVANCE.
A designated shuttle will take you and your guests onsite. When you wish to depart, return to where you were dropped off and the shuttle will pick you up for return to the parking lot.
Reserved viewing areas will be available for those using wheelchairs or other means of assistance.
Spectators are encouraged to ride public transit (TTC) to the RBC Canadian Open.
Complimentary shuttles will be picking up and dropping off spectators at Royal York Subway Station.
Alternatively, spectators can also take TTC buses utilizing routes 37 and 937.
To plan your trip to the RBC Canadian Open using TTC, click here.
Q: Are all ages welcome?
A: Yes! The golf tournament and concert series are open to all ages.
Q: Can I leave the golf course and come back for the concerts later?
A: Non transferable re-entry will be permitted. Guests wishing to leave and return will receive a non-transferable wrist band at exit in order to gain re-entry.
Q: What if I already purchased a ticket?
A: Our previously released ticket options had a “Any Day Ticket” which was valid any one day of the tournament. Those tickets are still valid and people who have purchased those tickets are still able to choose which day they’d like to attend.
Q: Can I purchase a ticket for the concerts and not the golf tournament?
A: Tickets are all-inclusive, and cannot be purchased separately. Your tournament day pass is your concert ticket, offering attendees twice the fun.
Q: Is the concert indoors or outdoors?
A: Rain or shine, the concert series will take place on the football field of Toronto’s Richview Collegiate Institute, which is approximately a 500 metre walk from St. George’s Golf and Country Club where the RBC Canadian Open is being held.
Q: Will there be food and drinks available on site?
A: Yes. In addition to the concert series, the tournament will feature a variety of food offerings from many local restaurants.
Q: What can and can’t I bring in to the concerts?
A: Prohibited items include:
- Purses larger than 6X6X6
- Outside food or beverage
- Narcotics and illegal substances
- Weapons (including pocket knives)
- Glass bottles
- Aerosol cans/products
- Containers of any kind
- Laser pens/pointers
- Audio/video recording devices
- Professional (DSLR) cameras with detachable lenses
- Glow sticks
- Any object that can be used as a projectile or weapon
- Selfie sticks or hand held camera stabilizers
- Radios, portable speakers
- Posters, signs/banners, sticks or flagpoles
- Skateboards, hoverboards, roller blades
- Drones, RC models of any kind
- Pets/animals (except service dogs)
Permitted items include:
- Low profile lawn chair (beach style only)
- Small collapsible umbrellas
- Plastic refillable sport bottle (must be empty on entry)
- Non-professional cameras
- Service animals for fans with disabilities (documentation required on request)
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