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A brand new and quite striking concert hall in the lower part of downtown, this intimate venue brings years of management experience from its old location on Parc Avenue, a club now known as Kola Note. Designed with diversity in mind, this venue is as likely to host comedy as it is jazz, pop or electronic music. It is more or less in competition with the older, more traditional charm of the Cabaret and kicks into high gear during the Montreal International Jazz Festival and the Francofolies.
This huge complex is the center of the city's large-scale culture. The buildings themselves are a striking landmark in the Latin Quarter, while their various concert halls and theaters are home to the Opéra de Montréal, the Montreal Symphony Orchestra and other local companies. The entire complex is linked to the Underground City. The individual halls are the Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier, Théâtre Maisonneuve, Théâtre Jean-Duceppe, Studio-théâtre, Maison Symphonique, and Le Cinquième Salle.
With a lot of history behind it, Le National is a theater located in the city, giving audiences an excellent venue to catch a play or a performance. The theater looks amazing with excellent lighting and good seating; what more could audiences ask for? It can also be rented out for corporate events and functions.
Located in the southern downtown area of Montreal, this new home for the Canadiens hockey club is a state-of-the-art facility that seats more than 21,000 spectators. Originally known as the Molson Centre, it is used not only for sports events but also for rock and pop concerts, various exhibitions and events. Visitors can tour its multi-functional amphitheater and Hall of Fame, enjoy a drink in the Jacques Beauchamp Lounge and even get a chance to see the Canadians' dressing room. The Canadians' Souvenir Boutique located here sells everything in sportswear, posters, autographed sticks and other hockey-related accessories.
Montreal Olympia Theatre is a heritage venue standing tall in the Old district of the town. l'Olympia Theater is an extraordinary point on the map of the city and has played hosts to concerts and events immeasurable. Artists such as Gilles Vigneault, Tori Amos, Georges Brassens, Loreena McKennit and Rita Mitsouko to name a few have been the ones to have graced the halls of this wonderful place. With its captivating performances and archetypal architectural wonders, l'Olympia is truly magnificent!
Set on the Saint Lawrence River where the dome of the Montreal Biosphere forms an arresting backdrop, the Parc Jean-Drapeau is a wonderful hub of culture and entertainment. This urban recreational park straddles two islands – the Saint Helen's Island and the man-made Notre Dame Island - which were bases for the Expo 67 World's Fair. Come summer, the park comes alive with a flurry of activities brought about by the major attractions that dot its vast, picturesque stretch, from La Ronde and Montreal Casino, to Fort de l'Île Sainte-Hélène and the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. Its summery sprawl also invites droves of tourists who congregate here for the vibrant streak of festivals that are held year-long.