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Performers at MTELUS
MTELUS TicketsMTELUS is an important venue in Montreal. Originally founded in 1884, this venue started life as a skating rink. Later it was a summer theater and at another, it was a cinema. Most recently, it was Metropolis, an important venue in the Quartier des Spectacles in Montreal. In 2016, telecom giant Telus announced an investment of millions into the venue for modernization. So MTELUS has rebranded but continues to attract the best music acts. Les Cowboys Fringants, Morrissey, The Cult and Belle and Sebastian have all performed at the venue. The Montreal Jazz Festival also uses the MTELUS stage. StubHub is your best source for tickets to see MTELUS events.
What is the MTELUS seating capacity?MTELUS can accommodate up to 2,300 people.
Is MTELUS accessible by public transportation?Yes. MTELUS is located within walking distance of the Place Des Arts metro station. Montreal's metro system is inexpensive, convenient and well-kept. It's much easier to take transit instead of searching for parking near the venue.
How does MTELUS seating work?MTELUS is a general admission only venue. There are no VIP passes, all-access passes or reservations for seating. All seating is on a strictly first-come-first-served basis. Because of this, there's no seating plan for patrons to view before purchasing tickets.
Is MTELUS an 18+ venue?Minors are permitted to attend shows at MTELUS. Minors should be aware that MTELUS takes alcohol control seriously. Patrons are always asked for identification when buying alcohol. Anyone under the age of 18 caught with alcohol will be asked to leave the venue.
Are there other entertainment options nearby?Yes, MTELUS is located in Montreal's Quartier des Spectacles. This is the heart of the city's entertainment district. This is the part of town where the Montreal Jazz Festival and Juste Pour Rire are held annually. Place Des Arts is located nearby. This is a performing arts complex where dance, theater and concert events are held. The Place Des Arts complex also includes the Museum of Contemporary Art. Place Des Arts has its own stop on the Montreal Metro.
What food and drink items are offered at MTELUS?MTELUS offers limited options for refreshments. This venue does serve some alcoholic beverages, but it's not a fully licensed bar or restaurant. Luckily, there are great restaurants in the neighborhood, including Chez la Mre Michel, Laloux and popular vegetarian restaurant Lola Rosa.
Can I smoke at the show?No. It's against the law to smoke in the venue during performances. Guests are, however, welcome to smoke outside during intermission.
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