Montreal Is Hosting A Free Student Party At Theatre Fairmount

evo is giving you the best way to celebrate spring.
Montreal Is Hosting A Free Student Party At Theatre Fairmount

Lord knows this semester has been particularly long and brutal, but thankfully it's nearing its end...slowly, but surely. Those late nights of cramming, those early mornings survived solely through high dosages of caffeine, and mad empty wallets because you've probably blown it all paying for books and too many drinks will finally get some much needed respite this summer. All that hard work deserves some recompense, you know, to help get you over the final hump, and the best way to do that is to get out!

Well you're in luck, because evo, Montreal's premier student housing community, is throwing a massive party next Thursday, April 2nd at the Fairmount Theatre (iloveneon's new spot in the Mile End) and tickets are free for all students. DJ sets from JUAN MACLEAN, NANCY WHANG of LCD Soundsystem, SHAYDAKISS and HATCHMATIK will get the crowd grooving all night long, and there will be plenty of cheap drinks to keep you properly hydrated.

The evoHOUSE party is open to every Montreal student and all you have to do to get your free ticket is pass by one of evo's residences with a valid student ID before April 2nd between 12PM and 7PM. While you're there, you might as well do a little browsing as the evo residences are super impressive and probably beat anything you're living in now. Seriously, with two locations, evo is the ultimate student living experience, with rooms available for single or double occupancy, accessibility to their indoor pool, fully equipped gym, game room and not to mention some awesome surrounding student neighbours.

While there's still a solid month of grinding to go before the end of semester, any party that doesn't charge cover is a good thing in our books.

Check out the Facebook Event and their Official Website to get all the details and visit:

evo Vieux- Montreal, 777 University or evo Centre- Ville, 420 Sherbrooke O

To get you ready and pumped for this event, check out some of the sexy beats by the DJ's who will be present next Thursday! 

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https://soundcloud.com/othboutique/chez-nous-mix-sessions-1

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