El Mocambo
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The El Mocambo, one of North America’s longest running and most iconic music venues and a state-of-the-art concert space, was founded as a fine dining and dancing establishment in 1948, but since then evolved into something of a rock ‘n’ roll mecca, hosting many of the biggest names in music including: The Rolling Stones, Elvis Costello, Blondie, The Ramones, Meatloaf, Stevie Ray Vaughan, U2 and many more. Following an extensive 5+ year renovation and rebuild, The El Mocambo officially celebrated its Grand Re-opening in the Fall of 2021 and placed itself in a position to revolutionize the live music and entertainment business by blending cutting-edge technology with unparalleled access - offering audiences, fans and music/entertainment lovers the ultimate live experience across two separate venues all under the same roof, in addition to delivering supreme virtual content to audiences globally. This dynamic venue boasts two acoustically tuned performance areas, state of the art video, audio, lighting, and production capabilities in addition to some of the highest safety standards in terms of building construction. New additions include a third storey soaring mezzanine, and mobility friendly access, along with the largest studio floor on the eastern seaboard. The legendary El Mocambo is not only a state-of-the-art concert space but also plays host to a colourful array of distinctive private events and is available for hosting corporate events, product launches, fundraisers, private concerts, social gatherings and more.

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