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Rep Your Flag Festival, Can It Be Montreal's Answer To Tomorrowland?

A new house music festival concept in Montreal.
Rep Your Flag Festival, Can It Be Montreal's Answer To Tomorrowland?

In less than two weeks, a new house music festival concept will be held in Montreal. The Rep Your Flag Fest, Montreal's only international student house music festival. Rep Your Flag Festival, a night of electronic insanity, will take place on Thursday November 21st at the Telus Theatre, with early bird ticket already on sale. An evolution of Interstude's last Rep Your Flag party, Rep Your Flag Festival will be better, bigger and wilder. Take a look at the Rep Your Flag After-Movie below by Interstude for an idea of the concept.

This Festival is organized by Interstude, a young Montreal start-up satisfying the social life of exchange students/international students in Montreal. They do trips all over North America and parties to make sure YOU have the time of your life in Montreal. Their slogan, WHERE AMAZING HAPPENS, says it all.

Paint your face, bring your flag and dress with the colors of your country. Check out MTL Blog's photo coverage of the last event to make sure to know how to dress for the festival.

To get in on this epic student-festival, grab your tickets here. Early bird pricing is at an affordable $10, with second tier at $15 and regular price at 20$. Tickets will only be sold until November 20th, and there will be no option to buy at the door, so get on it now to save money and ensure your spot at Montreal's only international student house music festival.

Don your native colours, wear your flag, and proudly get crazy in the name of your country and an awesome dance music festival unseen in Montreal before. Join the party and Rep Your Flag!

For all the major details and updates, attend the Rep Your Flag Festival on Facebook.

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