After being felled by a fire last summer, Montreal club Stereo has been rebuilt and is ready to open its doors this weekend with a series of special events. A new live-stage set-up has been added, along with a re-purified water system and recycling facilities that make it a "green club," according to a venue statement.
On Thursday, one of the DJs who founded the venue eight years ago, Angel Moraes, will play a "Stereo anthology" set. The night is invitation-only for 800 people. On Friday, Sharam will spin, with Sultan, Ned Shepard and his "Get Wild Dancers" supporting. On Saturday, "Saturdays at Stereo" will be unveiled with a surprise lineup. On Sunday, Roger Sanchez will DJ a marathon set. And the next day, on Labor Day, Stereo will join promoters Neon on the nearby waterfront for a day of dancing with Tiga, Adam Beyer, Clive Henry of Peace Division, Audiofly, Martin Buttrich and more.
Stereo is at 858 St. Catherine St. Info.
[Above: the ladies of Stereo].
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