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1260 De la Gauchetière Ouest,
The Bell Centre is the biggest sporting and event venue in Montreal. Home of the legendary Montreal Canadiens, the Bell Centre is host to a multitude of events, including concerts, conventions, and performances of all types.4followers
1254 Rue Mackay,
Upstairs is Montreal's finest jazz venue & 1 of the city's local gems. "With its classic wood paneling, stone walls, long bar, and elegant linen covered tables Upstairs Jazz Bar & Grill is an intimate throwback to the golden age where musicians and fans alike considered jazz clubs a home away from home - a social…2followers
4873 boul St-Laurent,
Established in September 2000, Casa Del Popolo (The House of the People) is Montréals only family-run neighborhood vegetarian hot-spot! Part fair-trade café, part music venue, part bar, and part art gallery? Where else would you find an eclectic mix of music, art, snacks, film, zines, spoken word and the hottest…
1 Ave. du Casino,
Set in a picturesque location on the St-Lawrence River, the Montreal Casino is an elegant venue boasting fine restaurants, banquet halls and reception facilities. The casino is an ideal spot for a night on the town as well as many private functions -- from casual gatherings to formal affairs.
59 Sainte-Catherine Street East,
Opened in 1884, the name was changed to Billy Moore's Lyceum in 1905. In 1920, Loew's took over and renovated and renamed it Loew's Court. In 1924, it is renamed back to Français. In 1960, the policy changed to French movies and the name was changed again in 1970 to Eros and began showing adult films. The theater…1follower
285, rue Faillon Ouest,
Located in Jarry Park, one of Montréal's most beautiful parks, Uniprix Stadium is only minutes away from downtown. Boasting two permanent stadiums of 11,437 and 4,325 seat-capacities, the Uniprix Stadium hosts every year the Rogers Cup presented by National Bank, one of the most prestigious tennis events on the…
305, rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest,
In June, 2009, the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal unveiled new concert venue L'Astral. With a 320 cabaret-style seating capacity and 600 standing capacity, a state-of-the-art sound technology, and a configuration that offers spectators optimal viewing and an intimate setting, L'Astral has already become…
318 St.-Catherine W,
A veritable institution on the Québec concert scene for the past 20 years, the Spectrum has shone its spots on a parade of great musical talents from here and from elsewhere, from Céline Dion to The Police, joining bright company such as Tina Turner, Miles Davis and Nina Hagen, without forgetting Renaud, the…
1 Place Ville Marie,
This cruciform tower is one of the most famous buildings in Montreal. Its originality is undoubtedly due to the fact that its architect, Henry N. Cobb, was working under the supervision of Ieoh Ming Pei, creator ? among other buildings ? of the famous pyramid at the Louvre and of the JF Kennedy Library, in Boston. The…