Teleport into a parallel universe at Casino de Montréal

Martine Rhéaume

Get out your silver jumpsuit and glitter boots because Futuristik Nights have landed at Casino de Montréal. From July 11 to August 24, enter a retro-futurist utopian fantasy where lasers, flying cars and teleportation are a part of everyday life. Sip on a cosmic cocktail, enjoy a meal or dance the night away as top DJs take you on an intergalactic journey.

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Try a futuristic cocktail

Made with delicious blue citrus liqueur and served on lighted ice cubes, the Luminar is the perfect start to a stellar night of festivities.

Calling all Jedi

You’re not the first to brandish a light sabre, and on Futuristik Nights at Casino de Montréal, you won’t be the last. Every Thursday to Saturday from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m., strap on your virtual reality headset and enter an immersive futuristic experience with the Light Sabres Game. Light sabre in hand, create exciting beats as you hit the moving targets.

First encounters and nocturnal beats

Prepare for first encounters of the amazing kind! Friday and Saturday nights from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m., sip on cocktails as you explore a surreal universe and interact with your favourite characters straight out of iconic sci-fi movies.

Then, from midnight to 3 a.m., show off your best robot dance (or any dance move, for that matter!) and party like it's 2999. Every night, different DJs spin the hottest tracks for an epic dance party they’ll be talking about for millennia to come. On the roster: A-Rock, Ryan Playground, Fafa Kahn, Pat Boogie, The Holy, Miss Shelton, Nana Zen and more. Visit the website for more details.

And you can’t do Montréal without poutine! At Casino de Montréal, poutine is served every Friday and Saturday night from 11 p.m. to 3:30 a.m. It’s the perfect way to power up before or after a night of dancing.

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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