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New City Gas

950  Rue Ottawa Avenue , Montreal

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Beach Club

701 38e Rue Pointe-Calumet , Montreal

The Beach Club is an outdoor venue with beaches, terraces, a swimming pool, bars, restaurants... a genuine Tropical Paradise that's just a short ride from home!

You can lie down and relax on our beaches or dance on our terraces where the greatest local and international DJs perform all summer-long.

You'll be stunned by our beautiful beaches and the wonderful place we have. Enjoy our picnic areas, our inflatable games, our pedal boats, our kayaks, a water trampoline and much more!

Experience a day under the sun at the Beach Club and you'll feel just as if you were on a beautiful Tropical beach!

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Club Soda

1225  St-Laurent , Montreal

For 30 years...



Club Soda, a true Montreal institution, witnessed over the last 30 years the evolution of Quebec, Canadian and international show business. In the early 1980’s, the late Guy Gosselin, along with filmmakers André Gagnon and Martin Després, had an idea of transforming a reception hall located on Parc Avenue into a new kind of cabaret. George Thurston, a.k.a. Boule Noire, was entrusted with the mission of inaugurating the hall during one week in October 1983. In February 1984, Club Soda forever changed the history of Quebec’s show business with the premiere of Lundi des Ha Ha animated by Ding et Dong.


Producers Michel Sabourin and Rubin Fogel, along with Martin Després, became owners of the cabaret. Club Soda quickly turned into a genuine melting pot of the modern entertainment industry. From Ding et Dong to Daniel Lemire, from Rock et Belles Oreilles to Michel Courtemanche, from Marjo to Richard Séguin, from Daniel Bélanger to France d’Amour, from Térez Montcalm to Lhasa de Sela, from Robert Charlebois to Michel Pagliaro, many of today’s artists made their successful debut at the Club Soda.


The venerable institution of Parc Avenue closed its doors for good on July 30, 1999. A few months later, Club Soda was revived and given a second life in a new location custom-designed by the renowned architect Luc Laporte. Inaugurated on March 21, 2000 by the Minister of Municipal Affairs, Louise Harel, Club Soda was converted at the cost of $ 3.5 million. The Government of Quebec and the City of Montreal contributed $ 1.6 million of that amount; the remainder was financed by Club Soda and its partner, the Fonds d'investissement de la culture et des communications (FICC).

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917  St-Catherine East , Montreal

2 Floors, 3 Rooms

Electro/Dark House/Hip Hop/Tribal/RnB

Jeudi: 20$

Vendredi: 25 $

Samedi: 30$

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Cafe Campus

57  Prince-Arthur. E , Montreal

Café Campus has become over the years a mecca for nightlife and an important center of cultural diffusion in the Montreal landscape. Developed by collective ingenuity, inspired by its users and operating under an approach of equality, tolerance and non-violence, Café Campus operates four bars on three floors, 364 days a year.

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Le Savoy

59  Sainte-Catherine Street East , Montreal

Le Savoy

Located inside the Métropolis, the Savoy is a cool little lounge, proposing a cosy and very warm atmosphere, and is equiped with a convenient sound and lighting system. The venue can be used as a concert venue, a VIP room, a meeting place, an audition or lauches facility. It is possible to rent the Savoy even if the Metropolis is occupied.

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Montreal Concert Venues that are Editor-Approved and User-Voted

If you’re looking for a better class of entertainment than the local bar band playing “Hotel California”, this is where you want to be.  Every Montreal Concert Venue that gets added to our system is first reviewed and approved by an editor.  We only showcase the hottest venues for your live entertainment needs.  This isn’t just a static list, either.  These places have been curated and collected according to the votes by you, the user.  We don’t want to be another bland, boring list, which is why we put the vote to you.

It’s not our job to tell you these are the best places, but they’re the top ten for a reason.  It’s your vote so it’s your list.  Cast your vote and have your say when it comes to best live experiences at top Montreal Concert Venues.

Montreal Live Music Venues for a Close-knit Concert Experience

So maybe you don’t want to climb stairs to a balcony and have an usher bring you to your seat if you’re going to see a rock show.  Fair is fair, different strokes for different folks.  If that’s what you’re into, BLC has a compiled list of top-voted Montreal Live Music venues for those looking for something with a bit more grit.


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Les Foufounes Electriques

87 Saint Catherine Street East , Montreal

In 1983, 3 friends decided to open a cultural center/ bar focused on showcasing different types of art. The place would be baptized Foufounes Electriques (Electric Ass).

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Bell Centre

1260 De La Gauchetiere Street West , Montreal

The Centre Bell, which was inaugurated in 1996 as the Molson Centre, is the most important sports, cultural and business venue in Montreal. On February 26, 2002, Bell Canada acquired the naming rights to the Molson Centre, and as of September 1, 2002, it became known as the Centre Bell. This business agreement between Bell, Molson and the Montreal Canadiens enables Bell to expand its community involvement and develop business synergies with the Canadiens and Molson.

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La Tulipe

4530 Papineau Avenue , Montreal

Inaugurated in September 2004 by the Society Larivee Cabot Champagne La Tulipe est située dans le magnifique bâtiment patrimonial du Théätre Dominion The Tulip is located in the beautiful heritage building Dominion Theatre sur la rue Papineau. on Papineau. Construit en 1913, Le Dominion présente jusqu'au début des années soixante du Built in 1913, The Dominion has until the beginning of the sixties théâtre et du cinéma. theater and cinema. Racheté en 1966 par le comédien Gilles Latulippe, la salle est Bought in 1966 by comedian Gilles Latulippe, the room is

rebaptisée Le Théâtre des Variétés. renamed the Theatre of Variety. Le spectacle d'ouverture est donné le 23 The opening show is given 23

septembre 1967 par Olivier Guimond et Rose Ouellette. September 1967 by Olivier Guimond and Rose Ouellette. Monsieur Latulippe animera Mr. Latulippe host ce théâtre pendant plus de 30 ans. this theater for over 30 years. Le Théâtre des Variétés deviendra le lieu The Variety Theatre will become the place du burlesque et de la comédie à Montréal. burlesque and comedy in Montreal. Avec La Tulipe, La Compagnie compte poursuivre la diffusion de concerts rock La Tulipe, The Company intends to continue the dissemination of rock concerts et de chanson francophone, de jazz et variétés, forte de l'expérience acquise avec and French songs, jazz and varieties, strong experience with Le Cabaret Music-Hall. Cabaret Music Hall.

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