Special event

Past Event

Join The Gaslamp Killer, Fred Everything, Le Matos and MissMe for a multidisciplinary happening featuring live shows, visual arts, gastronomy and virtual reality.

Doors: 9 PM
Free admission

Where: All spaces

All-in-one party. All in one place.

At 9 PM, Le Matos (DJ set) will get the party started with their electro synthwave, followed by Fred Everything’s upbeat house. To top off this unbelievable night, the American-based band The Gaslamp Killer (DJ set) will bring you its instrumental psychedelic sound.

On the visual arts side, the mysterious MissMe will be on hand to create a massive collage live on site. In it, she will feature her famous Vandals, giant figures symbolizing femininity in all its forms, created around the central theme of women reasserting control over their bodies and their sexuality. These bold pieces will be exhibited at the Phi Centre for a few weeks after the event to give visitors the chance to appreciate the work of Montreal’s most enigmatic street artist. Antoine Saint-Maur aka Santoz, VJ from Montreal's indie scene, will also join the party!

Food lovers will be smacking their lips when they see the team from Tomahawk (Santos, Tommy, Dolcetto & Co.), the culinary group based in Old Montreal. On the menu: chicken pad thaï and mac and cheese.

Our Virtual Reality Garden will also be open to visitors all evening long with a new programming by Occupied VR:


La Nuit blanche à Montréal 

Since the first Nuit Blanche in Paris in 2002, the concept has spread to the four corners of the world. The idea is an inspired one: to give art and culture the chance to stay up all night, triggering discovery, astonishment, inquiry and enchantment. Montreal is proud to take part in this event for the 12th year in a row.

Montréal en Lumière

Montréal en Lumière is one of the largest winter festivals in the world, an annual celebration of 1,300,000 festival site visits from fans experiencing the joy of Montreal wintertime through a unique program combining performing arts, gastronomy, free outdoor family activities, and a full night of exquisitely original discoveries.

Photo credit: Jean-Sébastien Dénommé (gallery)

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