Casino de Montreal is among the preferred locations for gaming, as well as more family-friendly offerings, essentially making it a hotspot for live events. This September would once again go above and beyond guarantee a jolly time for everyone with its live performance that started on September 4.
The Streisand et Sinatra show transformed the Cabaret with its signature atmosphere and lasting memories. This year is a special one for the casino venue, as it celebrates its 25th anniversary. The casino management wants to make sure that both locals and people visiting Montreal make positive memories and would come back for more.
In order to achieve this, the live show schedule for September is a vibrant one kicking thing off with a Sinatra et Streisand live show on stage. With a total of six performances, this show wastes no time and it already mesmerized the audience this Wednesday and Thursday.
Live Entertainment Galore
Christine Chartrand, Yanick Lanthier, and Nancy Fortin are the stars of this live performance, ready to give you the gift of 75 minutes of premium Barbra Streisand and Frank Sinatra. With two live shows already underway, there are only four left.
Each of them commences at 1:30 p.m., but it should be noted that doors open an hour earlier. Tickets for this performance amount to CA$30. Another riveting live show bringing the spirit of the 80s would be the Sylvain Cossette one.
With two live events on September 6 and September 7, he is going to electrify the audience and bring it a feeling of nostalgia. A decade after his iconic Tournée 70s, he is about to dedicate an hour and a half to the emblematic 80s.
This includes the influence of Tears For Fears, The Police, Duran Duran, Depeche Mode, and George Michael. The two live shows are going to start at 8:30 p.m., but there is also a special dinner show that starts at 6 p.m. and swells ticket prices from CA$56 to CA$101.95. Country music would also have a special place in this month’s schedule, powered by Yanick Lanthier and Florence Lefebvre‑Gagnon.
The Spirit of the 70s
The Passion Country event is scheduled to take place in three evenings – on September 11, 13, and 14. Cabaret du Casino is projected to be transformed by the two performers and their love for country music. The audience is about to enjoy beloved classics and great tunes bringing back memories.
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All shows start at 8:30, with doors opening half an hour earlier. All tickets retail for CA$34.25 and include a 90-minute show without intermission. Once again, the Passion Country shows also include a dinner special starting at 6 p.m. and swelling ticket prices to CA$85.37.
The last days of September are also projected to be heated ones, as the Pop 70s show would teleport the audience on September 21, 27, and 28. Two more events are scheduled to take place in October. Tickets for the musical retail for CA$84.50 guaranteeing spending minutes with Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, James Brown, and The Eagles.