For over 50 years, the Biltmore has been a fixture in the community as both a public house for Vancouverites and a platform for ground-breaking musical performances. With the revitalization of historic Mount Pleasant, the bar was reopened in 2007 as The Biltmore Cabaret, with a fresh focus to recapture its musical tradition. Drawing from the rich local scene in Vancouver as well as the best in Canadian and international touring acts, The Biltmore Cabaret showcases talent from across a wide spectrum of music and the arts.
The Biltmore Cabaret is a stunning live venue that boasts decorative beauty and state of the art sound and lighting located in beautiful Vancouver British Columbia Canada.
The Biltmore Cabaret brings a New Orleans Gothic Bordello style Rock Club and a Shanghai 1940’s Show Lounge together for a modern fusion of Cabaret.
The large newly renovated room with a 320-person capacity is decked with warm and rich wallpapers adorned with decadent light fixtures and deluxe decor. Every Seat in the house is blessed with great sight lines to the very large well-lit stage. Along both sides of the nightclub are comfortably placed booths that are very conducive to small groups and create an intimate environment. The 2 very equip bars are easily accessed off the large dance floor which is surrounded by cabaret style bar stools and benches. The Venue is fully capable to ensure terrific sound and lighting for live bands, DJ’s, comedy acts, fashion shows and so on. There is a small private green room directly across from a recreational nook with pinball machines and a photo booth to ensure nostalgic memories of this boutique style nightspot.
The Biltmore Cabaret is located in the thriving Mount Pleasant area of Vancouver Canada. A hop skip and a jump from the very hip Main Street and just minutes from downtown.
Visit us at http://www.biltmorecabaret.com!
Listing last confirmed: Apr. 23, 2014
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