L'Olympia General Info
Built in 1925, L'Olympia de Montreal is one of the most precious gems of Montreal’s cultural and architectural heritage. Its years devoted to “cinematic theatre” gave it a particular character.
Memories still linger, doubled by an unparalleled convivial atmosphere. Its ideal location on Sainte-Catherine Street makes it one of Montreal’s most accessible venues.
As a modular venue, L'Olympia offers many design options: standing general admission (2600 people), theater configuration with numbered seats (from 1206 to 1282 seats), cabaret configuration (up to 400 people around small round tables), banquet configuration , choose the option that best suits your event!
The walls of L'Olympia know how to dress with class and elegance to accommodate the voices of the biggest names in Quebec and international music scene : from Gilles Vigneault to Tori Amos, via Daniel Bélanger, Claude Leveille, Georges Brassens, Loreena McKennitt, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Adele, Zucchero, Isabelle Boulay and many others.
Olympia de Montreal also knows how to wear a proper dress to the greatest rock concerts: Artic Monkeys, The Kills, Rita Mitsouko, Philippe Katherine or Public Image Limited.
Besides his musical vocation, L'Olympia was able to expand its cultural horizons by hosting the greatest comedians in Quebec (Louis-José Houde, Daniel Lemire, Clémence Desrochers, Lise Dion, Jean-Michel Anctil, Sugar Sammy) and several theatral plays.
Broue, a symbol of Quebec’s theater, ran there for The Olympia de Montreal also knows how to change according to your desires for all kinds of corporate events such as business meetings, conferences and fundraising events.
Finally, L'Olympia Lounge can accommodate up to 400 people for all kinds of events: concerts, press conferences, album launch, cocktails, private parties or business meetings …
With its management dedicated to the preservation of this unique venue featuring extraordinary acoustics, it is proud to offer a variety of services for a wide range of events.
Montreal, QC H2L 2G2