2017 Montreal Concert Tickets
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Montreal, a city located in the province of Quebec in Canada, is considered to be the second largest city in the country, second to the city of Toronto. This large city was named after a triple peaked hill found in the middle of the city known as Mount Royal. Local and foreign tourists alike are drawn to visit Montreal due to its rich culture and history. With French as the official language, tourists get a taste of the French culture without having to leave the continent. With its French historical background and its location in the North America continent, the city’s culture has evolved and merged into a rich mixture of diverse cultures and for this reason, Montreal is considered as the Cultural Capital of Canada.
Montreal is also known for rock and jazz music. In addition to this, the city gives importance to various fields of art such as dance, music, theatre and much more. For this reason, many forms of annual festivals are held in the city such as the Just For Laughs Comedy Festival, Pop Montreal, Montreal World Film Festival and much more.
To get a taste of local culture, locals and tourists alike may simply visit one of several venue hot spots. The Metropolis Club, conveniently located within the city’s downtown area along the streets of De Bullion Street, St. Dominique and Sainte-Catherine Street, is a concert hall which hosts a variety of rock music groups and other events. At present, it can approximately accommodate about 2,350 spectators and is considered as one of the best rock concert venues in the whole world.
The Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier is also located within the entertainment district of Montreal, as part of the Place Des Arts Complex. This huge multi-purpose events place can approximately accommodate about 2,982 spectators. The Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier was first opened to the public in 1963 and originally known as the Grande Salle, in recognition of Wilfrid Pelletier of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra. Asides from currently housing the Opera de Montreal and the Les Grands Ballets Canadiens, this events place also plays hosts to a series of musicals, concerts and other performances.
Located within the neighborhood of Little Burgundy along Notre Dame Street West, the Corona Theatre is a venue place which hosts a variety of live events and musical performances. What sets this theatre apart from the rest is that it currently has the original appearance of both the outside and the inside of the theatre. The Corona Theatre, opened to the public in 1912, was originally built to show silent films. Nowadays, it is a venue to get a glimpse of a variety of musical performances from local and foreign artists.
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