We’ve got the funk at the casino!
Dust off your finest threads and stretch that backbone, because it’s time to strut your stuff at We’ve got the funk at the Casino! Montréal’s spectacular casino gets its groove on every Thursday through Sunday until December 21.
Who can resist the call of the disco ball? Hop aboard this night train to 1970 with the charismatic DJ Abeille, the funkadelic DJ Bruno Berdnikoff, the impressive DJ Sandy Duperval and the relentless rhythms of DJ Chris. You’ll dance all night long once the boogie bug sinks its teeth into you. Oh, and speaking of which, you won’t want to miss the Boogie Wonder Band’s captivating choreographies and costumes on the last weekend of this festival of funk.
Bubbly for one and all!
As if this party wasn’t festive enough already, bubbly is taking centre stage at the bar. Treat yourself to a Kir Royal or live the dream by ordering your very own bottle of sparkling wine. If you’d rather keep it mellow with a mocktail, try a Gregory with a hint of ginger.
Try your luck
Hey, man, this is the casino after all! Once your mojo is flowing, see if Lady Luck is on your side by playing the slot machines, black jack or any one of the dozens of games available on site. On Thursdays and Fridays between now and December 13, you could be selected to participate in Let’s Get Lucky! Remixed, a retro game show revival hosted by Réal Béland. With more than $150,000 in cash prizes up for grabs, it’s worth adding your name to the draw when you step inside the casino!
So pull on the polyester and flaunt your flared pants because the temperature’s rising at the Casino de Montréal. It’s time to let your hair down and shout it out: we’ve got the funk!
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.