Commodore

Commodore | Place | The Commodore Ballroom is an Art Deco-style 990 seat entertainment venue on the Granville Strip that was built in the 1920’s and overhauled in 1999 with new “House Of Blues” subtitling. It has hosted some of the world’s biggest acts over the years, among them Duke Ellington, Tommy Dorsey, Nirvana, U2, and The Police.

Usage | “Remember the Commodore when it had all that springy dance floor and loads of character before the renovation?”explore-the-lexicon

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