You Can Watch 'Mamma Mia' Under The Stars At Montreal's Molson Stadium This Month

And there will be food trucks!

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You Can Watch 'Mamma Mia' At The Molson Stadium In Montreal This August
Courtesy of "Night At The Stadium"

There's nothing quite like watching a movie on a big screen under the stars. This month, Montrealers have the chance to do exactly that at the Molson Stadium!

On Saturday, August 14, a screening of Mamma Mia will be shown for the "Night At The Stadium" event organized by a group of medical students — so you can watch this classic hit in the same space the Alouettes usually play.

And what's impossible to watch a movie without? Snacks, of course, which is why there will be various food trucks such as Le Cheese and Mr. Puffs for you to get some treats to nibble on.

Blankets will also be available for purchase in case you end up getting a little chilly or just feel like getting extra cozy.

Tickets are being sold for $20 each, and all proceeds go to the Montreal Children's Hospital oncology department.

"Night At The Stadium"

When: August 14, 2021 from 7 p.m.-10 p.m.

Cost: $20 per ticket

Address: Molson Stadium; 475, ave. des Pins O., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: To enjoy the oh-so-delightful Mamma Mia under the stars while supporting a good cause.

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