This Montreal Spot Is Screening "Immersive Light Shows" And It's The Perfect Idea For A Unique Winter Date
During the winter months, it can be difficult to come up with novel and interesting spots to take a date. Unless bae — or future bae — is into outdoor winter sports, and doesn't mind the cold, there insn't much you can do beyond the traditional drinks, dinner, and movie. Right?
That's where you're wrong! Montreal is an even better city to be dating in the winter because Montrealers know that winter is a time for fun indoor activities. With a little effort and an internet connection, you can find plenty of creative spots to take your SO on a fun and original date.
TL;DR From January 8th to February 8th, every Tuesday to Friday at 7pm, the SAT will be screening short films on their "satosphère" dome. The goal is to provide viewers with a visually stimulating and body-tingling immersive viewing experience.
If you're tired of the same old "coffee date" or "drinks date," check out the Société des arts technologiques (SAT), which is hosting an "SAT Fest 2019" event going on this winter.
From January 8th to February 8th, every Tuesday to Friday at 7pm, the SAT will be screeing short films from all around the world on their "satosphère" dome.
This is essentially a giant projection screen similar to what you would see in a planetarium. The goal is to provide viewers with a visually stimulating and body-tingling immersive viewing experience.
It really looks like a feast for the senses, check out this preview clip! Let's just say you might want to hit the SQDC before you watch one of these short films.
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Everything you need to know:
What: SAT FEST 2019
Where: Société des arts technologiques [SAT]
When: January 8th - February 8th // Tuesday to Friday at 7pm
Price: $20 admission