Welcome To THE Palladium


inspired by New York’s Palladium Ballroom known as “the home of the mambo”. The original Palladium in New York City was the place where this amazing fusion of Latin rhythms, American Jazz, and Swing came together and formed what we now call Mambo and Salsa.

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Come and join us for an unforgettable night at La Parranda! Our doors are open and the party is non-stop. Grab your friends and your dancing shoes and get ready to move to the sensual beats of DJ Sam. Enjoy the best of Bachata and Salsa tracks all night long. Don’t miss out on the free dance class from 9 PM to 10 PM. We’re open from 9 PM until 2 AM, so come and dance the night away with us! For all the dance enthusiasts out there, this is an opportunity you won’t want to miss.

Latin Groove


Looking for the perfect venue to host your next event? Look no further! Our space is ideal for a variety of events, from sweet 16 parties to large corporate events, concerts, private parties, dance recitals, dance practices, or even a simple gathering.

Our fully-stocked bar, JBL sound system, DJ booth, couches, coat check, and more are at your disposal. With sliding doors, our space can be converted into a large room or five interchangeable rooms.

Located in the heart of Quartier des Spectacles, our venue is just steps away from Place des Arts metro and features basement parking for easy accessibility. Our space comfortably accommodates up to 380 people and offers a stunning view of downtown. Don’t miss out on this perfect venue for your next event!

372 Saint-Catherine St W #520,
Montreal, Quebec H3B 1A2, Canada

2 hr mim
380 people
7500 sq/ft

Here’s some info told by Juliet McMains:

New York’s Palladium Ballroom is commonly revered as the birthplace of modern Latin ​dancing. Known as “the home of the mambo,” the Palladium was New York’s most ​ ​popular venue for Latin dance music from 1947 to 1966. It featured live Latin music four ​nights a week, frequently played by “The Big Three” orchestras: Machito and his​Afrocubans, Tito Puente, and Tito Rodríguez. Located near prominent nightclubs and theaters at 53rd St. and Broadway, the Palladium was significant for bringing Latin ​ ​music to midtown Manhattan and for the racial and ethnic integration it engendered. Puerto Rican, Cuban, Italian, African-American, Irish, and Jewish patrons of all classes filled its dance floors and rubbed elbows with celebrities, especially on Wednesday nights when “Killer Joe” Piro hosted the popular mambo contest and professional show. The weekly show launched the careers of many dance teams who then performed in Catskill and Miami Beach resorts, and worked as opening acts with touring musicians. Mambo was the favorite dance of Palladium regulars, but other dances experienced surges of popularity, including the cha-cha (1954) and pachanga (1961).

We, at “The Montreal palladium” would like to give tribute to this place that started this wonderfully infectious love of music and dancing and in which quickly traveled the globe and made the world, the largest dance floor.

No matter where you are from, no matter what your background is, no matter what your socioeconomic status is, everyone can dance and be part of this community.

Latin music has gone through lots of fusions and styles over the years combining, jazz, funk, rhythm and blues, rock, pop, traditional music and modern yet shows no signs of ever stopping. Why? Because it simply feels good!

The Montreal Palladium would like to invite you for some latin dancing. Bienvenido.



Moments to Remember


You loved all of our parties and nightlife events, and we listened, so we welcome you to the Montreal Palladium, a place where magic and dancing mix in harmony.

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