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Le Spectrum

- EvilGentleman - Sunday, April 15th, 2007 : goo

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Le Spectrum is a concert venue in Montreal located on Street at the corner of Bleury. It seats between 900 and 1200 people, depending on the configuration. The place is set up as a cabaret-style showbar, with tables and a liquor license. The only concert I ever saw here was back in 1991.

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joey: children under 5 are free.

EvilGentleman: 16th Apr 2007 - 03:59 GMT

Yeah, but you gotta feed and clothe them. I would hardly call that free.

EvilGentleman: 8th May 2007 - 15:10 GMT

This article and Pizza Lilass are actually different cropped portions of the same photo. I usually don't do that sort of thing, but they were definitely different subjects to me.

Le Spectrum is on the E corner of this intersection. And no, I have no clue what is with the funky circles on the roof to the south, but I am now quite curious.

maps.google.ca/maps?ie=UTF8&oe=UTF-8&hl=en&q=&om=1&t=k&ll=45.506377,-73.566787&spn=0.001831,0.003616&z=18

Homer: 10th Apr 2009 - 20:33 GMT

Saw Niagara perform there some 15 years ago... maybe more.

EvilGentleman: 11th Apr 2009 - 23:46 GMT

I wish this place was still standing. Got torn down last year to make way for a box store.

ndgguy: 28th Mar 2012 - 16:17 GMT

Went to a little jazz club in Toronto ( Oxymoron ? ) in the early 90's on Front St. The Resevoir ? something or other. In walks Healey and starts jamming , the place didn't even have a stage , more of just a step. What a night.

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