As part of the 12th edition of the Nuit blanche à Montréal, the Phi Centre and Cult MTL are teaming up to bring you a multidisciplinary happening of live shows, visual arts. feature film and great eats.
On Saturday, February 28, the Phi Centre will host La Nuit Tribe where, from 9 pm to 3 am, guests will enjoy concerts, live art, an exhibition, a video installation and a food counter—all under one roof.
An unparalleled venue for an unforgettable celebration, the Phi Centre will welcome A Tribe Called Red, AfrotroniX and Arthur NOM DE PLUME Comeau, who will take turns lighting up the stage until the wee hours of the morning. The concert will also be broadcast live (video capture) in the Rhino, right next to Espace A.
During this unforgettable immersive experience, street artists Swarm and Red Bandit will create a live installation. Pieces specially designed by both artists for the event will also be on display.
Bear Witness’s video installation and Jeff Barnaby’s feature film Rhymes for Young Ghouls, selected for the evening by the members of A Tribe Called Red will also be screened.
Food lovers will be smacking their lips when they see the team from Manitoba serving up their unique brand of comfort food specially concocted for the occasion, where the dishes will be a celebration of nature and the elements.
On the menu:
- Rustic ragout with goat, beef, pork, potatoes and lichen
- Jerusalem artichoke soup with sunflowers and cedar
- Old-fashioned doughnuts and burnt marshmallow