Top 5 Parties To Attend This Weekend In Montreal

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Top 5 Parties To Attend This Weekend In Montreal

Every weekend our city blesses us with the best parties in North America. Our nightlife is a freaking gem and you, as a Montrealer, need to know which good party to attend this weekend.

From live performances to pure turn-ups, go down this quick list to know where you're going to bring your squad tonight, friday night or even saturday night!

1. Haute (LIVE) @ Newspeak

Tonight (December 10th) at Newspeak, Haute will be performing a live performance. Supported by Montreal's best producers La Rue & Planet Giza, this party is not to miss.

Head to 1403 Rue Sainte Élisabeth and enjoy a beautiful night of fun for only 5$ at the door starting 10pm. Join the Facebook event here.

2. Nature Boys @ The Blue Dog Motel

Nature Boys Tings III hosted by Yung Beezy & FURST is your prime choice of turn up this Friday December 11th. Jamvvis, Rue De Bois & Maison Grain will be your Djs for the night. The entrance is FREE, the music is good and the drinks are freaking cheap.

Head to 3958 Boul St-Laurent on Friday December 11th for a proper Montreal party. Join the Facebook event here.

3. Voyage Funktastique @ Le Bleury Bar

On Saturday December 12th, join Dr.Mad & Walla P for a wonderful night of funk inside Le Bleury Bar A Vinyl. Hosted by Marley C., this edition of Voyage Funktastique is definitely not to miss because it is actually Dr Mad.'s birthday bash!

Head to 2109 Rue de Bleury before midnight for a 4$ only entrance! Join the Facebook event here.

4. Editorial Magazine Montreal Release Party

Editorial Magazine will be releasing their 14th edition in the magazine's hometown, Montreal! Head to 820 Plaza for some fun all night. Performances by Dreamboy & Mozart's Sister.

820 Plaza is where it's going down, 5$ before midnight. Join the Facebook event here.

Photo cred - Reggies Bar

5. Reggie's Grand Opening Show

Reggie's is officially opening HARD tonight Thursday December 10th! With performances by No Aloha, Nanimal & many more, this is going to be f*cking crazy!

Head to Reggie's bar at 8pm for your spot at entering the party that's going to make many waves tonight at Concordia University.

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