Halloween Mascaraed on top of Montreal PVM

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Halloween Mascaraed on top of Montreal PVM – Looking for a unique place with a breathtaking view over the city, a sophisticated and fun atmosphere that will become your favourite place to celebrate Halloween with friends? The Observatoire Place Ville Marie invites you to an evening filled with chic and mystery, on Saturday, October 27th, starting at 10 pm, for our Bal masque at the top of Montreal!

Take out your best attire and intriguing mask, then join us for a top evening! Carried by the magical glowing lights of the city, an outstanding panoramic night experience awaits you.

The great mascaraed of the Observatory will be conducted on the 46th floor by DJMTL, who made you vibrate during our 5@7 Aper#autop this summer, while a cozy lounge atmosphere will await you on the 45th floor for an unforgettable evening with your friends! Two bars, one on each floor, will be at your disposal.

Ticket: $23.50 (taxes and fees included)

Saturday, October 27th, 2018

Doors will open at 10 p.m.

18 and over

** Entrance via 1 Place Ville Marie **
(facing Robert-Bourassa Blvd)

Ticket office: 514 544-8200
Information and online purchases: https://bit.ly/2RCAYXN

About the Observatoire Place Ville Marie

The most beautiful view of all Montreal! Located on the 46th floor, the Observatoire Place Ville Marie makes you live a unique experience at more than 185 meters high, a discovery of the metropolis in 360 degrees.

The breathtaking view and the incomparable panorama offer Montrealers, and visitors as well, an exceptional showcase of the entire city: its diversity, its main emblems and its cultural pillars.

Its inspiring spaces, luminosity and central location make the Observatory a unique complex, allowing the organization of activities of all kinds. The program this fall: yoga sessions, tasting evenings, photo sessions, theme evenings and other surprises!

For our complete program: www.observatoire360.com/en

 

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