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Explore the Best of Montreal’s Nightlife and Culture

Must Attend Montreal Week 16 is jam-packed with amazing events happening in the heart of Montreal this weekend. There are plenty of entertainment options, from Cirque du Soleil’s Echo show at the Old Port to Garou’s concert at Place des Arts. For those looking for a unique dining experience, the World of Maya at Bazart and Omma Korean restaurant offers tantalizing menus. And if you’re in the mood for something more adventurous, head to Sky Tropical Nights or Cabaret Berlin’s Debasement Spring Has Sprung party for a night of sexual liberation and dancing into the wee hours of the night.

Let be your ultimate guide. They can book you a table at one of the city’s finest restaurants and hook you up with a nightclub or bar to keep the party going. If you’re coming from out of town, they can also take care of your hotel and travel accommodations at unbeatable rates. Call or text 438-995-6496 now to create your epic night in Montreal.

Thursday, April 20 

Cirque du Soleil Echo 

Cirque du Soleil is no stranger to Montreal, and on April 20, their latest show Echo will begin its four-month residency under the Big Top at the Old Port. Future is at the heart of Echo’s story, a brave female protagonist who leads her group of friends through the challenges and opportunities that evolution can provide. As they progress, they discover the impact their choices can have on the world around them. Motivated to create a better future, they unite to rebuild the planet piece by piece. Getting tickets for the event coupled with an extraordinary meal at one of the Old Ports or Old Montreal’s finest restaurants sounds like the perfect date night. Your night doesn’t have to end either after the impressive show because there are plenty of bars and nightclubs steps away where you can grab a drink or two with your hot date or your friends.

Text or call now at 438-995-6496 and plan your perfect weekend in Montreal. 

World of Maya at Bazart

On Thursday, April 20, at Bazart for the World of Maya experience, exploring the captivating history of the Middle East. Discover the flavors of the Mediterranean with our menu of mezzes and charcoal-grilled dishes made from local ingredients. Our mixologists have designed cocktails that take you on a journey with each sip. Book your spot now for an unforgettable evening. Bazart is found inside the legendary New City Gas building in Griffintown. 

Text or call now at 438-995-6496 and plan your perfect weekend in Montreal. 

Friday, April 21

Sky Tropical Nights

Every Friday and Saturday, Sky, Montreal’s largest LGBT nightclub, is going tropical on their Ballroom floor, and you can bet you won’t resist dancing to the Latin beats and more. Afrobeats, Dancehall, Reggae, and Soca take center stage every Friday, and Reggaeton, Dembow, Merengue, and Guaracha take over on Saturdays. Complexe Sky is a popular LGBTQ+ nightclub located in Montreal’s Gay Village. It features multiple levels and a rooftop terrace. The club has been a staple of Montreal’s nightlife for over 30 years.

Text or call now at 438-995-6496 and plan your perfect weekend in Montreal. 


Garou, the iconic Quebecois singer, and actor is set to perform at Place des Arts in Montreal on Friday, April 21. Known for his soulful voice and energetic stage presence, Garou has captivated audiences worldwide with his powerful performances. Fans of the singer can expect an unforgettable night of music as he takes the stage at one of Montreal’s premier cultural venues. With a career spanning over two decades, Garou has established himself as one of Canada’s most beloved performers, and this concert promises to be a highlight of his illustrious career. Whether you’re a longtime fan or a newcomer to his music, Garou’s concert at Place des Arts is an event not to be missed.

Text or call now at 438-995-6496 and plan your perfect weekend in Montreal. 

Saturday, April 22


Location: 51 Rue Ontario O, Montréal, QC H2X 1Y8

In the heart of the Quartier des Arts, Omma is a welcoming Korean restaurant perfect for a romantic date night or a pre-show dinner. The restaurant’s name, “Mother,” in Korean, reflects the comforting feeling dining here. Owned and operated by Jessica Wee, her brother Justin, and their mother, My-kium Kim (who does most of the cooking herself), Omma offers a well-rounded menu with a variety of soups, curries, and salads. While their prices are slightly higher than other Korean restaurants in the area, they are still affordable. The courteous service and good wine list make it worth the price. The restaurant also has a beautiful summer patio, perfect for enjoying some of its best dishes, including bimbim bap, Korean hot pot, and spicy salmon. Omma is known for its traditional Korean dishes, but they also offer lighter, more vegetable-focused dishes that will make any vegetarian smile. There’s something for everyone, from sweet potato noodles in a mild red curry sauce to juicy bulgogi and beef-stuffed mandu. Whether you’re a carnivore or a vegetarian, Omma has you covered. Text or call now at 438-995-6496 and plan your perfect weekend in Montreal. 

Debasement Spring has Sprung. 

Montreal’s nightlife offers a plethora of options, even kinky ones. On Saturday, April 22, Cabaret Berlin is hosting Debasement Spring has Sprung party. You” have to dress accordingly for this event because fetish wear is mandatory. So take out your favorite lingerie or latex gear and prepare for a night filled with great music, some live performances, and a few drinks. There will be designated play areas if the dance floor isn’t enough and your partner needs a spanking. Cabaret Berlin is found in Montreal’s Village. 

Text or call now at 438-995-6496 and plan your perfect weekend in Montreal.