Attitudes and ages are checked at the door of this little pub, tucked down Solomon's Lane. You'll hear everything from jazz to indie, and even the odd poetry reading. Wednesday is folk-music night.
Six of Newfoundland's best will not only cook you a traditional meal, they'll also leave you in stitches with their talented performances. It's just south of the Long Point Lighthouse.
An entertaining outdoor drama on Trinity's history held at the Rising Tide Theatre.
An award-winning historical animation program that brings back British 19th-century military might with cannon fire, mortars and muskets backed by a fife and drum band. It's set atop Signal Hill.
Sponsors indie theater, dance and film by Newfoundland artists, all of which play downtown in the former longshoremen's union hall (aka LSPU Hall). Box office is on the website.
Alongside the Lester Garland Premises is the celebrated Rising Tide Theatre, which hosts the 'Seasons in the Bight' theater festival and the Trinity Pageant.
Bands, most playing Irish and Newfoundland-style music, take the stage nightly at this all-ages pub.
The artfully restored Garrick shows mainstream and indie films and hosts live-music performances.
The popular IceCaps, part of the American Hockey League, slap the puck at Mile One Centre.
Pub where well-known local folk musicians strum.