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Northern Jubilee Auditorium

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Jubilee Auditorium Northern Al 11455 87 Ave NW, Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2T2 Canada
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Robbie F wrote a review Mar 2020
Edmonton, Canada33 contributions9 helpful votes
Went to see Shen Yun. Performance was great but venue was so-so. I haven’t been to the Jube in years but often go to the Winspear, so maybe unfair to compare. I found sound not great and the seats comfortable but very cramped. A man sitting next to me was probably 6’4” ish and his legs didn’t fit so he needed half of my leg room. Also found many people in front of me leaning forward (so they also couldn’t see) so that meant my sight line was severely impaired. Would have to be something I REALLY wanted to see to go back soon.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Jon P wrote a review Jan 2020
68 contributions7 helpful votes
Building is great, lots of seating and easily accessible. The sound was terrible for the rent play though, I’m not sure if this is a production issue or a venue issue. Overall good experience tho
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Date of experience: November 2019
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836eldent wrote a review Jun 2019
Calgary, Canada699 contributions108 helpful votes
We visited the Jubilee for my son's grad. It was very easy to get in and out as there were a ton of grads. Sound system was very clear, and the seating was excellent. I think you could sit anywhere in the building and have a good seat. Looks exactly like Calgary's Jubilee
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Date of experience: June 2019
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HankT wrote a review May 2019
Edmonton, Canada424 contributions21 helpful votes
This was a much anticipated evening, we had seats on the balcony/1st, couldn’t get 4 tickets together on the ground floor, but hey, we have been here before so no problem. My wife is handicapped and guess what, there is only ONE elevator and that one broke down. This is a building is owned by The Government of Alberta and I expect that there is maintenance done, if the elevator has on time maintenance they should not have this problem that with only one elevator it better works when 1000/2000 are coming to a show. The staff went out of their way to accommodate and help us/my wife anyway they could and at the end we got seats downstairs in the back for handicap. Unfortunately my son and his girlfriend had to sit upstairs where we had 4 seats, they had taken us out for this event as a gift for mother’s day and upcoming father’s day. Thanks to the staff, again they were fantastic but the building maintenance should be ashamed that an elevator is not working for an event. The talk by Brian Cox was of course “out of this world” and just great to hear him added with some of the visual aspects of the show.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Robert R wrote a review Apr 2019
Edmonton, Canada4 contributions1 helpful vote
The Northern Jubilee Auditorium in Edmonton is the home of Edmonton Opera. My perspective of the venue is a little different than most as I have been a chorus member with Edmonton Opera for the past 30 years. If it were not for a venue such as the Jube with an extensive backstage area hosting an array of curtains, scrims, flys, lighting, sets, props, special effects presenting an art form like opera in the grandeur it was meant to be staged in would never be possible. On top of all that are the dressing rooms for everyone with hair, make-up, costumes etc. I would encourage anyone coming to an opera at the Jube to inquire with opera staff about a backstage tour - it will bring a new perspective of how good a venue like the Jube is to stage these kind of shows. While the Jube is not perfect acoustically, the renovations done a number of years ago have improved the quality of sound to the listening audience. I always consider it an honor to be standing on stage performing for Edmonton audiences at the Jubilee Auditorium. Whether it is an opera, a touring musical production or a concert - please check out the Jubilee Auditorium next time your in town. Note: my personal and business relationship is with Edmonton Opera - not the Jubilee Auditorium itself.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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