Legends, Victoria

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919 Douglas Street 250-383-7137

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  • Legends: VERY Casual Nightclub

    by Jetgirly Written Jun 1, 2004

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    Personally I don't enjoy going to Legends, although many of my guy friends do. I prefer dressier clubs with mostly dance music; Legends is a VERY casual club that mixes dance music (by that I include Top 40, hip hop, R&B and some "techno") with old-school stuff from the 80s, rock, metal and even country. Cover charge has been $7 or $8 the last few times I visited... disappointing considering it's cheaper at the nicer places. Drinks are not particularily cheap compared to other clubs in Victoria, however they are one of the only clubs that will blend you a margarita or daiquiri. The ceiling is very low, so it feels a bit like a dungeon.

    Dress Code: Wear whatever you want. Really. Ripped shirts with armpit stains seem to be encouraged.

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    Legends: Clubbing

    by MDH Updated Apr 18, 2003

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    People having fun at Legends.

    Club goers in Victoria have a New York Yankee-like relationship with Legends: you either think it's a blast or it's too skanky. Either way, this club pulsates at the lower end of Douglas St. directly next to the Strathcona Hotel near the Inner Harbour. Throughout the week, the club plays a variaty of Euro-cheese house, hip-hop, top 40, and r & b, attracting a young high school through university age crowd. All music comes to a halt, however, whenever Hockey Night in Canada comes on.

    Live acts are also know to appear at Legends, such as rap pioneers De La Soul.

    Charge is usually $8-10 CAN

    Dress Code: None that I know of. Look presentable, but they don't ask for much.

    Related to:
    • Singles
    • Music

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    Legends Cabaret: Legends Cabaret

    by jsalahub Written Aug 25, 2002

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    This was the first bar I ever snuck into underage; of course, then it was known as 'The Forge,' but other than that, not much has changed. It's a good place to go and get totally sh*t-faced, dance like a fool, pick up American sailors and spend all night avoiding the people you went to high school with.

    Dress Code: pretty cas.

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