Opened in 1912 The Grand was Calgary's most impressive music venue until the birth of the Jubilee Auditorium. In its heyday, The Grand was considered the grandest theater of the Pacific Northwest and hosted performances by such greats as Ethel Barrymore, Fred Astaire, Arthur Rubinstein, and George Burns. The Grand lost momentum was repurposed as a movie house in 1957. But $12 million renovation efforts in 2006 saved it from demolition and transformed it into greatness once again.
Today, the newly revamped Theatre Junction Grand is a non-profit organization for creative exploration through the arts. Cool and cozy with a modern restaurant and contemporary performances, TJG is a great place to create, explore, and let your theater and music cravings go wild.
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