On Friday, August 22, Lunch Beat Montréal will take place at Place des Festivals for the second time this year. As always, if you come to Lunch Beat, you MUST dance!
Presented by TP1, in collaboration with Festival Mode & Design and Association des restaurateurs de rue du Québec, the 8th edition of Lunch Beat Montréal will happen in the heart of the Quartier des spectacles, located at the corner of Ste-Catherine and Jeanne-Mance.
On the decks: FORREST (also half of the Prince Club duo), one of the hottest DJs on the Montreal electronic scene.
The Lunch Beat concept hasn’t changed: get together and dance over your lunch hour. The only rules of this Swedish-born international movement are as follows:
Everyone is invited, but if you’re there, you have to dance!
Lunch Beat offers an hour of beats and a lunch to go
For the modest price of $10 (plus taxes and service charges) – the cost of a downtown lunch – participants can order a meal from one of the four food trucks on site; namely, Pizza n° 900, Fou’s Truck, Quai Roulant and Brigands. They’ll also enjoy CoCos~Pure water to go with.
Tickets are sold online, click here (http://lbmtl8.eventbrite.com) to get one now.
If you join us the day of the event without a ticket, you can still order meals at the regular price from the food trucks, which will be on site after Lunch Beat has ended.
Lunch Beat Montréal, a not-for-profit event presented by TP1, is made possible thanks to our wonderful volunteers and the generosity of our partners, CNW, CoCos~Pure, Infopresse andUber.
International website: lunchbeat.org