A 19th Century house in North End Halifax, Canada, which used to be a small cordial-making factory (hence "The Syrup Factory"). Abandoned for 13 years, it was beautifully restored by Scott and Laura Simpson, who knew from the beginning that it would be a place for the community to come together to support connection and creativity.

The inside performance space has room for 60 people and 80-100 outside. The Syrup Factory welcomes a diverse and loving audience that respects the artist and other audience members. Since 2011, all ticket proceeds have gone directly to the artist (and sometimes to charities).

As a presenter, all shows are carefully curated to offer the highest-quality art in an environment designed to keep the audiences in the moment and feel inspired.

 
 

Moments Shared at The Syrup Factory