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Downtown Montreal's La Passe is a book-store that doubles as a performing arts space. Surrounded by an urban jungle, this laid-back bookstore stocks an extensive collection of labels, both forgotten classics and new releases. Alongside, one can also scour for some rare, out-of-print titles, theater books, pocket guides and philosophy novels. In the past, La Passe has played venue to acclaimed bands and solo musicians, including the likes of Vieux Néant and Basalte, among others.
The Percival Molson Memorial Stadium has been running since 1915 and is home to the Montreal Alouettes since 1998. Built in honor of Captain Percival Molson who was a football, track and hockey star at the university, it has an impressive seating capacity of 20,202! The multi-sport turf, concession stands and great outdoor lighting make it an ideal venue for the best and biggest sports events. The Molson Stadium was also the proud venue for field hockey in the 1976 Summer Olympics. Visitors can catch various hockey and football games as well as concert performances. People looking to organize a major event can call on the numbers below for rental conditions and provisions.