Why Party in Montreal?


New Years Eve in Montreal is an ANNUAL TRADITION. The city’s world famous reputation for entertainment and nightlife is celebrated by thousands of students and young professionals who pour in to Montreal hotels and flood Montreal’s party scene.

Often referred to as “Sin City” on the East Coast, Montreal on New Years Eve is an incredible experience that must be seen in person to believe. The key elements to any New Years Eve trip to Montreal are: cheap downtown hotels, great shopping during the day, incredible food, wild nights and open bar parties on New Years Eve. And don’t miss the annual pre-New Years Eve Bar Hop on December 30.

Remember that you must be at least 18 years old to party, drink or gamble in Quebec and at any Montreal New Years parties, nightclubs or bars that serve alcohol.

The Mecca of New Years Eve celebrations awaits you in Montreal.

What to do before and after New Year’s Eve in Montreal?

  1. Official Pre-NYE Bar Hop
  2. Shopping
  3. Brunch
  4. Strip Clubs
  5. New Year’s Day After Parties

What should I wear in Montreal on New Years Eve?

  1. Don’t overdress
  2. Don’t underdress
  3. Leave the baseball cap at home
  4. Footwear
  5. Outerwear

Montreal Nightlife & NightClubs
Montreal club life is famous for a reason: last call is not until 3AM! So we party harder! There are dozens of hip hop and R&B edm clubs to choose from. The multicultural nature of the city brings all genres of music to the forefront. So if you like Jazz, Reggae, Salsa or Disco there are a number of clubs for you!

Montreal DJ lineups often include famous DJs from all over the world. This New Years in Montreal will be a night to remember in the history of Montreal night life.

Party tickets are usually hard to find last minute so make sure to book early. These are the areas to choose from when wanting to go out in Montreal:

  • Crescent Street, Bishop Street, Ste-Catherine Street West (most famous with tourists)
  • St-Laurent Boulevard and Old Montreal (most famous with locals)

Montreal Hot Spots – Light Ultra Club, New City Gas, La Boom, Seven, and Thursdays

On St. Laurent (between Sherbrooke and Avenue des Pins) – uber-trendy restaurants, clubs, lounges, like Buona Notte, Globe, Tokyo, Go-Go, Suwu, Rouge, and Wood.

On St. Denis (between Sherbrooke and St. Catherine) – another trendy area, with Le St. Sulpice, Mme Lee

In Old Montreal – Garde Manger, Confesional, Velvet

Seriously, get ready to party hard in Montreal. The booze flows fast, the music bumps and people do things they can only be secretly proud of in the morning.

Eat something before you go out. And eat something out before you go home!