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Blue Eyes And Champagne; Your Guide To A Charming Montreal Wednesday Evening

As all Montrealers know, our weekends are extended to not only Thursday, but to Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday as well. We are here to help get your weekend started off slowly with the perfect pairing of Jazz and Champagne.

Headlining this evening at the Montreal Jazz Festival at Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier are Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward in their band, She & Him with featured guest, Camera Obscura. Having just released their third album Volume 3, on May 7th, 2013 by Merge Records and on May 13th, 2013 by Double Six Records, She & Him are a retro-pop force to be reckoned with. Their style calling to that of The Carpenters, matched with their crystalline voices, will seduce even the most unsuspecting of audience members. The show starts at 19 h 30 and tickets are ranging between $46.14 to $53.84.

Attend and be charmed. View full details here.

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To achieve an even greater level of elegance and seduction this evening, finish your evening off at La Champagnerie, located on 343 rue Saint Paul Est, Montreal. Topping your evening off with a glass (or two) of Veuve Cliquot uncorked by sabrage, at this recently opened gem in Old Montreal will provide an evening of bubble and charm.

View their Facebook Page here.

Other events on the radar for Wednesday July 3rd, 2013:

-   DJ Champion playing at Le Divan Orange @ 21h, $15 at the door, in anticipation of his headlining show, Saturday July 6th. Check out Le Divan Orange's Website for more info.

-  Shlomo and Julie playing at Le Balmoral (Maison du Festival Rio Tinto Alcan) @22h, 23h, and 23h59, free admission. For program details click here.

-And you can never ever count out Bassdrive Wednesdays at Le Belmont. ALWAYS a freaking blast.

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