Strangers in the Night 2019 – Line up Reveal


Easily one of the most prestigious and anticipated event of the West Island, and by far one of the most satisfying culinary event of Montreal – The Annual ”Strangers in the Night” charity event is back for a 15th edition.

Offering the finest foods and deserts from our local artisans, sided with live music and entertainment for the entire night – This is your chance to dine in style and class with friends at Montreal’s Biggest & Best Gourmet Charity Gala

The foundation that raised, over the course of their existence, an impressive 6 million dollars for the Miriam Foundation, the West Island Women’s Shelter and Lymphoma Canada, is not done increasing those numbers. Once again The Borough Hall of Pierrefonds Roxboro will be transformed into a virtual hall under the stars – Where over 200 tables will be set under enormous tents to welcome you to an amazing and memorable evening for a great cause.

Guests will be treated to gastronomic delights with close to 80 participating restaurants masterfully cooking up their specialties, preparing everyone for a night full of great music and dancing with not one but three headliner.

Last year’s headline act, Boy George & Culture Club was an enormous success and stole the show playing his first show in Montreal in over 34 years – Gathering more than 5000 people for Strangers in the night 14th edition.

This year, international star Simple Plans, 80’s icon Sheila E. As Well and as special guest – actor/musician Keifer Sutherland will be sharing the stage for those who survived the unique feast.


Strangers in the Night at the Pierrefonds Roxboro on Saturday August 24th, 2019 – 


Buy General Admission Tickets

5:30 PM to 12:00 AM
$50 in advance (excl taxes & service charges)
$60 at the door


Individual Seats at Tables are available at Preferred Tables for $225 each. VIP Tables for $500 each.  and ULTRA VIP Tables for $1,000 each.

Call Ellen at (514) 233-7535, or email to purchase your tables or seats.

Strangers in the night 2019

By Xavier Hebert –

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