After shutting down for redevelopment, The Jam Factory is set to relaunch its event space in February 2017.
Near Queen and DVP, and featuring 3,000 square-feet of space, The Jam Factory became an east end hub for concerts, art shows and community workshops.
With a name paying homage to the industrious jam factory that used to call the place home as far back as 1868, the funky loft venue is making a comeback. Its reopening, according to an article in NOW, will welcome similar programming in addition to weddings, film screenings and dance rehearsal space.
The Jam Factory features a mix of brick, hardwood and steel, that has been left, for the most part, in its original condition. Upgrades to the washroom, stage and bar are currently underway.
Visit The Jam Factory's Facebook page for updates on the re-opening.