It’s country fever at Casino de Montréal

Martine Rhéaume

The pulsating notes of the harmonica, the hot, dry air of the Western desert, the penetrating gaze of poker-playing cowboys and cowgirls and the festive spirit of musicians and dancers in the saloon: from September 13 to October 20, country fever takes over Casino de Montréal with games, dance performances, mechanical bull roulette and cowboy fare!

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A titillating feast for the eyes!

Enjoy dance performances for him and her. Every Friday and Saturday starting at 7 p.m., our cowgirls will take your breath away while our cowboys up the charm factor in Sexy Choreographies. Test your skills tossing unusual items while discovering the sexy side of country with the Naughty Bull Horns Game.

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A night out with the cowgirls!

Planning a bachelorette party or a wild night out with the girls? Ladies Nights were made for you! Join us every Thursday starting at 7 p.m. from September 13 to October 18.

Head to Valet de carreau bar, where our cowboys will perform Steamy Hot Choreographies and attempt to tame the beast with our mechanical bull roulette.

All these thrills are sure to whet your appetite! To make sure you refuel, make a reservation at Le Montréal restaurant. A Tex-Mex-inspired menu, Western-style cocktails and surprises await, with special offers for groups of four cowgirls.

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Grab the bull by the horns!

Think you can stay on our mechanical bull for 8 seconds or longer? Try your luck taming the beast every Thursday to Saturday at Valet de carreau bar. Meanwhile, the strategists among you are invited to attend our free poker demonstration. Head to the promotions area to learn the basics of Texas hold’em and other poker variations. Let the casino's instructors handle the theory while you work on developing your best poker face. Are you ready to up the ante?

Martine Rheaume

Martine Rhéaume, blogger

Martine Rhéaume is a strategic writer. The texts she writes or edits are elegant yet precise, direct yet pleasant. Martine first got a degree in musicology before getting an advanced graduate diploma in Marketing Communications (HEC Montréal, 2016). She worked as an editor, then an advertising copywriter for TC Médias Livres from 2011 to 2016. Since 2017, Martine is editor in chief at C2 Montréal.

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