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10 karaoke bars where you can sing your heart out in Montréal

Karaoke is fun and liberating–and Montréal’s karaoke bars set the stage for a memorable night out! Whether you’re singing an eighties classic with new friends you just met at the youth hostel, renting a private room (or KTV) to channel your inner Britney with girlfriends, or sipping cocktails between verses of Ed Sheeran’s biggest hits, you can’t go wrong with these 10 karaoke bars in Montréal. Une publication partagée par David D’Amours (@daviddamours) le 30 Avril 2016 à 18h14 PDT Pang Pang Karaoké – 1226 Mackey Street This popular karaoke joint rents out private rooms-a good choice for those who would rather sing with friends than to a room full of strangers. The song selection is decent and the rooms comfortably accommodate small groups. Be prepared to share the tab with friends as the Pang Pang has bottle service. Zoé bar karaoké – 3296, Jean-Talon Street East Their inexpensive cocktails will make you want to grab the mike and bare your soul, every night of the week. There’s a huge pool of tunes to choose from, so be sure to warm up your voice! And get this-they also serve cheese fondue Astral 2000 – 1845, Ontario Street East A massive room that attracts… / Read More →


In Japanese, karaoke literally means “Empty Orchestra.” In Montreal, karaoke means empty shot glasses and making a fool of yourself for the enjoyment of your friends and many strangers. Montreal not only has a few iconic and dedicated Karaoke bars, but lots of bars have weekly or monthly karaoke nights!


Before we get into listing some great spots in Montreal that specialize in karaoke, I’ve got a couple fun alternatives for your consideration. If you’ve ever jammed out to Bob Marley and thought your “No Woman, No Cry” was on par with his, House of Reggae’s weekly reggae karaoke is clearly for you. Another cool as dirt option is uRockaoke which does regular bar nights and special events and features a live band made up of musicians from some of the city’s best indie groups. And finally, a new kid on the block is Crowd Karaoke , whose premise is simple and kind of genius: everyone in attendance sings together, rowdy choir style. While unfortunately their latest installment just passed, make sure to practice up at some of the places below and join in the crowd next time around…