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15 Things To Do In Montreal This Weekend

December 25th - 28th 2014
15 Things To Do In Montreal This Weekend

Photo Cred - Bianca Desjardins

It is the holidays! We truly wish you all had a great time with your beloved family, you received great gifts and hopefully a bit of money, but's time to spend it! Christmas times do not only mean family and hot chocolates, it also means partying with your friends because we know you get tired of that creepy uncle or that annoying aunt pretty quickly. This week once again, MTL Blog Events is proud to present the top 15 things to do in Montreal this weekend.

- Thursday, December 25th

Blizzmas gives you the best of two worlds. You can now celebrate Christmas with friends and beloved ones, but at Blizzarts with a great Dj and tasty booze! View Event>

Le Noël Des Mal-Aimés at Clébard is your chance to celebrate Christmas with the holiday classics. Clebard opens up its doors with open arms, no questions asked, just gifts and drinks. View Event>

Christmas Night Party hosted by our russian and jewish lovely fellows will have you enjoy your Christmas night with Go Go Dancers, bottles and a great european atmosphere! View Event>

Xmas Sweater Party at Stereobar will leave you speechless! For the 25th, what better way to enjoy the festivities than rave and party hard on insane techno vibes! View Event>

- Friday, December 26th

Ostrich, House & Techno DJ from Montreal tears down the house at Stereobar this Friday night! View Event>

House Voltage Night with Paris and Simo , DJs coming from Australia is happening Friday after club hours for the best after-hours party during Christmas holidays! View Event>

Dubsquad IV with Subfiltronik from the United Kingdoms is about to EXPLODE Le Belmont on the boxing day! Hosted by Hochelag Massive and with the support of many local electro DJs, you better check it out. View Event>

Photo Cred - Julie Soto

LUMEN at New City Gas has a HUGE performances for you guys from the 26th to the 28th. Oh yes! The one and only, Hardwell is coming to destroy Montreal on Boxing Day (26th)! View Event>

Flex Fridays at Tokyo Bar is a weekly you do not want to miss. Tokyo Bar is always filled up with ladies adn gents, cheap drinks and top40 music to help you lose it and forget the awkward family moments of the holidays! View Event>

- Saturday, December 27th

MightyKat & Ohm Hourani will provide your weekly dose of madness before the year starts off! Head to Salon Daome on Saturday night to groove all night long. View Event>

Solomun & Paolo Rocco are about to rock Stereo, the #1 after-hours in North America located at the Metro Station Berri-Uqam in the center of Montreal! View Event>

Prosumer & Jalil are your DJs from 10 to 3 at Stereobar right before you go up to Stereo to enjoy the night...or morning. It's a common thing to say Holidays are there to give you time to relax, we don't believe that. Holidays are there to give you more time to party. View Event>

L'AUTRE NOEL with FREE POUTINE by the one and only Dirty Dogs will give you a filled up stomach in the trashiest way possible. Electro and Bass music to the rendez-vous with this crazy event on Saturday Night hosted by Trash Family at the legendary venue Le Belmont! View Event>

- Sunday, December 28th

Keep It 100 at Mme.Lee is always a god damn blast! For their 5th Edition they have DJ Truspin, Sagewondah and special guest Moody Jones to bring the house down. View Event>

Jazz & Dilla is THE weekly to chill and grab a beer in a beautiful venue and cozy atmosphere in NDG! View Event>

Photo Cred - Partywithsylvain

Montreal, we hope you enjoyed your time with family. Now it is time to try out these events. Tell us how you felt about them and if you enjoyed your time personally to our journalist on Facebook!

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