Event type: All Ages / Licensed
TOMMY YOUNGSTEEN plays "Rumours" at The Broom Factory in Kingston, Saturday October 28!
BROOM FACTORY INFORMATION:
The Broom Factory is a fully accessible, inclusive, all ages venue. The in-house cafe serves an assortment of non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages for those of legal drinking age. We encourage everyone to attend!
The Broom Factory has a limited number of free parking spaces available in its lot, including accessible parking. For most events, the parking lot fills up quickly, so other options include:
1) Free on surrounding streets (James, Charles, Orchard).
2) Free at the Emma Martin Park parking lot (City of Kingston lot) - corner of Cataraqui St and Orchard St, on the left
3) Free at the Woolen Mill parking lot off Cataraqui St - corner of Cataraqui St and Orchard St, on the right
4) Free on the east side of the NGB building (12 Cataraqui St).
This parking is free but we are not responsible for any lost/stolen goods.
Please do not park at the Limestone City Animal Hospital lot.
Public transit also passes right by The Broom Factory. We are about 12-15 minutes walking distance from Princess Street.
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The Broom Factory operates as a collaboration between its tenants: the Kingston Canadian Film Festival (registered charity), RAW Design, KPP Concerts (not-for-profit), Tourism Kingston Music Portfolio, and the Tula Cafe. We aim to continually re-invest in The Broom Factory to make it a top-tier cultural hub for everyone in our community! If you'd like to make a donation to The Broom Factory, you'll immediately receive a tax deductible receipt and a huge "thank you" for supporting the arts in Kingston. Donate here!
Donation Link: Learn More
Cutoff is Saturday, October 28, 2023 5:59 pm EDT unless it sells out earlier.