Information about the Montreal Olympic Stadium can be found on its website at Parcolympique.qc.ca. The website provides an event calendar, ticket information, news and a list of activities. Details about the history of the facility are located at FamousWonders.com and Wikipedia.org.
The Olympic Stadium in Montreal opened in 1976 as the site for that year's Summer Olympic Games. Since then the stadium has been used as a multipurpose facility for Canadian football, baseball, soccer, concerts and trade shows. It is known as the "Big O" because of its ring shaped roof, which is retractable. The stadium is the world's tallest inclined structure.