Everyone knows that Grand Prix weekend in Montreal is the hottest weekend of the city. Tourists from everywhere come to our beautiful city to check out the race but they obviously stay for the parties, because after all, in Montreal, we know how to party.
And Grand Prix weekend is nothing short of amazing parties. However, this year, there is one party that you are not going to want to miss. MINSMANAGEMENT is hosting the dopest party of the summer... The Grand Prix Playboy Party is coming to Montreal at the Time Supper Club and this year, it will be featuring 15x cover model Khloë Terae and Holly Bortolazzo.
Everyone knows that #Minsmanagement ALWAYS hosts the sickest parties with the most beautiful girls in the city. Well, this year, they're back at it again bringing Playboy to Montreal. The Grand Prix Playboy Party is sure to be an unforgettable event in partnership with MA PRODUCTIONS and Rich List Group Dubai.
Time Supper Club will be hosting this epic event and if you've ever been inside the supper club, then you already know the venue is absolutely amazing. The place is going to be packed with the city's finest, along with several Playboy models like Khloë, Holly and all their friends. DJ Zack Cola will also be making sure the party is bumping with his sick beats. Oh, and did I mention there will be a celebrity guest from LA making an appearance?
The party is also sponsored by Sachika Boutique - a luxury brand of clothing that is known for making beautiful pieces worn by celebrities from all over. Corporate Stays who offer luxury rental apartments to business travelers will also be sponsoring the event along with Real Mix Energy Drinks so there will be no shortage of drinks!
Make sure that you are looking your best because dress code will be in full effect. But let's be serious, I know you guys already look good 💁🏽.
To make things even better, Time Supper Club will be open every week after July 1st so you can party for the rest of the summer at the hottest venue.
There's no reason for you to stay at home on Grand Prix weekend. On Saturday, June 10th at 11pm, make sure to head to Time Supper Club to party with the hottest playmates for one night, and one night only! Contact email@example.com or call 418-717-8646 for tickets!
Now that dance floors in Quebec are finally open again, people are looking to make up for lost time. And that's exactly why one Montreal bar, Le Saint Édouard, is hosting a New Year's Eve 2021 party this Thursday, November 18.
"When I learned that the dance floors were reopening on November 15, I took the initiative to make this party as we did not have the opportunity to really celebrate New Year's Day last year, so we're making up for it this year," Damien, co-owner and director of Le Saint Édouard, told Narcity.
At this festive event, party goers will be able to enjoy a traditional menu including cheese and charcuterie platters, chicken wings, and classic burgers.
Entrance is free before 10 p.m., and after that, you'll have to pay $15 to participate in the evening. It's recommended to reserve your table in advance.
"It's going to be like a real New Year's Day, the staff is going to be fancy, we're going to put 2020 balloons in the room, there will be bubbles at midnight, we're going to have a countdown and everything like a real New Year's Day," continued the co-owner.
On the Facebook event, it also says that there are three DJs who will be performing all night. One thing's for sure, you'll be able to sway in celebration of this post-pandemic look.
And while Le Saint Édouard is hosting this celebration for the transition from 2020 to 2021, the co-owner said that New Year's Eve 2022 will also be celebrated on December 31, 2021. That means two parties in two months!
Attention party animals: on September 11 from 1 to 3 p.m., Montreal's corgis and their owners will be gathering in a downtown park for a special day of fun and fluffy butts.
Organizer YATAI MTL is launching the pooch party after successfully hosting a Shiba Inu gathering in June as part of Montreal's first-ever Japan Week celebrations.
Among the highlights of the Shiba gathering was the presence of "Kombu the Corgi" an adorable fellow "who tried to infiltrate" the Shiba-only affair and underlined the need for a corgi party, reads the invite.
To keep the event from being too overcrowded – as it's sure to be the social event of the year for Montreal's corgis and their people – guests must pre-register and organizers are only disclosing the venue a few days in advance.
Admission is free and the event will be postponed until September 12 in case of rain.
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Most of the events will take place virtually, but there will be a two-night drive-in theatre event in Kirkland and guided tours of Montreal's Little Italy.
The first day of the virtual events, on August 7, will broadcast a recurring children's event called Storytime in Italian. Read by Sara Ottoboni in Italian and interpreted by Tina Mancini, the first story, Ti Ricordi La Pioggia, is a tale about a girl who's sad that she can't see her friends and family, but uses her imagination to feel better about being socially distant.
On August 14 and 21, the festival will host guided tours of Little Italy, which begin in front of Casa d'Italia on Rue Jean-Talon. The tour, over two hours long, consists of a "historical introduction about the Italian community in Montreal," a tour of Little Italy's attractions, with a stop for Italian pastries.
The tour will also consist of stops on Rue Dante and Boul. Saint-Laurent, La Madonna della Difesa church and Dante Park.
The recurring drive-in theatre event will take place on August 14 and 15 in Kirkland. On August 14, the festival will host a viewing of The Chain,an English-language play by Vitorio Rossi, and August 15's showing will play Ma cosa ci dice il cervello by Riccardo Milani, an Italian-language film with English subtitles.
Reservations are required for many of the events. You can consult the full festival event schedule here.