Montreal New Years Party Tips



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FLUID NEW YEARS is Celebrating its 17 year anniversary as Montreal’s Original All-Inclusive Open Bar event. For more than a decade, FLUID built its reputation offering thousands of guests the ultimate entertainment experience on the biggest party night of the year. Only at FLUID can you truly get it all: Tickets include admission, coat check, all-night open bar and even bar tips are all included all night long. This New Years Eve in Montreal you can leave your wallet at home, only at FLUID NEW YEARS – BUY NOW! FLUID 2016: December 31, 2015 Club Soda (corner Ste Catherine & St-Laurent) 9pm – 3am 18...

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Montreal New Years party tickets range from $20-$200 per person. Like most things in life, you get what you pay for. If you’re looking to have a memorable night, go for the open bar events so you and your friends can let loose. Some Montreal New Years Eve events also offer all-inclusive open bar formats with bar tips, coat check and admission all in one convenient package (this year, we recommend FLUID NEW YEARS OPEN BAR for under $100 per...

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When you think of partying in Montreal on New Years Eve, you think death-metal and country music right? Neither do we! Ask questions about the genre of music played. Who is the DJ? Where does he play year-round? Be weary of people trying to sell you tickets who don’t know the DJ lineup.

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People make the party, so don’t choose the wrong party :-). You should ask about the average age, male to female ratio (no one likes a sausage fest), and the return rate of past-year customers.

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There are a lot “open bars” on New Years in Montreal. But not all are equal. Some events do a limited open bar from 10pm – midnight; where others offer free drinks all night. Make sure to ask about the venue’s bar setup – ideally, there should be at least 1 bar per 100 people to make sure wait times are manageable.

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The first thing to consider is the venue, where it all goes down! Be sure to find out the total capacity, access to coat check and ask for photos of past events. Always ask for the venue’s address to verify how close you are by walking (remember, you may need to walk if you can’t find a taxi!)

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