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Après leur annonce du Rogers Arena à Vancouver pourquoi pas un Centre Rogers à Montréal avec un spectacle permanent du Cirque du Soleil maintenant qu'ils sont partenaires ? Ça serait pas mal du tout et j'ai l'impression qu'ils ont les poches profondes:highfive: ! En tout cas moi je m'abonne avec eux s'ils font ça !

 

http://smr.newswire.ca/fr/rogers-communications-inc/cirque-du-soleil-and-rogers-two-icons-of-innovation

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I would love to see CdS have a permanent show here.

 

Its funny how it works sometimes. Have your company based in Montreal but have the majority of your shows in Vegas.

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I would love to see CdS have a permanent show here.

 

Its funny how it works sometimes. Have your company based in Montreal but have the majority of your shows in Vegas.

 

there's nothing wrong with having a majority of shows in vegas ... but yea, a permanent show in this city would be - but would it be sustainable, throughout the year ?

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there's nothing wrong with having a majority of shows in vegas ... but yea, a permanent show in this city would be - but would it be sustainable, throughout the year ?

 

As per your question. I honestly feel it wouldn't be sustainable. Only way they could make it sustainable all year round, is if they find a building that connected or connect a building to the subway network. So everyone wouldn't have to freeze outside during the winter. Plus having a show once or twice a week might work, but not multiple shows each day, but thats me.

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As per your question. I honestly feel it wouldn't be sustainable. Only way they could make it sustainable all year round, is if they find a building that connected or connect a building to the subway network. So everyone wouldn't have to freeze outside during the winter. Plus having a show once or twice a week might work, but not multiple shows each day, but thats me.

 

things like that are sustained mainly by tourism, which montreal may have alot of, but not year round.

 

when i read your answer about it "being connected" to something, before i could even finish reading, i thought to myself: it should be connected to another major tourist attraction, one that is active most of the year and attracts a similar crowd. like, the casino, and then i thought "wait a minute, oh right ....... :banghead: "

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