Saturday, March 13, 2010

Crowd Karaoke in Montreal is Sunday, March 28th, 2010!

1. COME ready to sing your hearts out!
2. CHOOSE a song to add to the playlist!
3. SING together on the dancefloor while the lyrics are projected in front of you and the music swells in the background!


Sunday, March 28th, 2010

The Mainline Theatre
3997 St-Laurent Blvd.
(just south of Duluth)
(it is a black door with flames painted on it)
Montreal, QC

Doors at 7:30
Singing from 8 to midnight.
$6 at the door.


If you like the sound of this event, and are on Facebook, please note that this is One event in a Trilogy of quirky, stimulating, and all-natural Events that weekend, all at the Mainline Theatre. We do hope you will take a moment to peruse the others:
March 26 – Strip Spelling Bee -
March 27 – Slow Dance Night -
March 28 – Crowd Karaoke -

If, however, you abhor Facebook, and consider it akin to a cult that is eating up all your friends' time, then please peruse the following blogspots in our event network.


People don’t sing together anymore. Well, except if you’re in a band, or a church choir. And who even goes to church anymore? It’s a rare thing, to sing with others. Sometimes people will sing together if they’re at a show and a bunch of people know the words. But then, some people just want to hear the band, and not the person beside them. People don’t even sing together at karaoke! There, one person sings at a time, and if people sing together, it’s by accident.

Crowd Karaoke was created so that people can sing together unabashed, and dance while they do so. We don't know if the people attending will be good singers, but what we do know for SURE is that singing with other people is incredible fun. A funny thing happens: you feel like you’re all working toward something together. It’s very bonding.

Remember the last time you got drunk with a bunch of friends and some song came over the radio and you all spontaneously just started singing together and it was completely amazing? Yah – we’re trying to do that to you, multiple times, all night long.

One word of warning, however - singing your heart out may result in a hoarse throat the next morning, a glow in your heart that will last all day, and new friends to last the rest of your life. Do be careful.