The Théâtre du Nouvel-Ontario is La Slague’s official box office. Tickets can be purchased:
Through the TNO’s secure online box office
At 21, Lasalle Boulevard, Sudbury (Ontario), next to Collège Boréal
Call: 705-525-5606, ext. 4.
Health measures - COVID-19
- We ask that you wear your mask until you are seated and when moving around. You can remove your mask when you are seated, to drink and / or eat;
- Hand sanitizer stations are present at several strategic locations in the building;
- The seats offered allow you to sit with the people in your social bubble while ensuring physical distancing with the rest of the spectators.
Q&A: Accessibility and special needs
How many spots are available for wheelchairs in the concert halls used by La Slague?
Spaces are reserved for persons in wheelchairs and an accompanying person in all concert halls.
At Laurentian University’s Fraser Auditorium, 11 spots are reserved for wheelchairs and additional spots can be provided if needed.
At Collège Boréal’s Trisac Auditorium, 8 spots are reserved for wheelchairs: 4 in the upper section and 4 in the lower section of the hall.
Are there reserved parking spots for persons with reduced mobility near the entrance of the venues?
Reserved parking spots for vehicles with a handicap parking permit are available near the entrance of the venues.
At Laurentian University, 5 spots are located in Lot 1, near the entrance to Fraser Auditorium.
At Collège Boréal, 5 spots are located in Lot B3, near the entrance to Trisac Auditorium.
Are there accessible washrooms for persons with reduced mobility?
At Laurentian University, the men’s and women’s washrooms on the main floor (foyer) are accessible.
At Collège Boréal, the washrooms near the Trisac Auditorium (3 rd and 4 th floors) are accessible.
Other useful information:
At Laurentian University, two elevators are available to access Level 0 (mezzanine) where the spots for persons with reduced mobility are located.
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La Slague's Evolution
La Slague was established in 1964 by the Centre des jeunes de Sudbury. After many years of success, La Slague went dormant, and then reappeared for a time in the mid-1980s as a community-based volunteer organization. With La Slague’s renaissance in 2006 as part of the Carrefour francophone, a third generation of concert promotion activities was afoot.