For the second year in a row, one of the hottest Montreal nightclubs, La Voûte , invites you to a freakish Halloween weekend and a surreal evening at its 31st of October Ball, under the theme of Hell.

Inspired by Heidi Klum’s famous Halloween parties, La Voûte is back this year, in collaboration with the Montreal modeling agency, Dulcedo Management, for the most mischievous edition and three endlessly horrifying evenings to celebrate the favorite party of Montrealers.

La Voûte
Dark Empress Lavender May summoning a legion of demons

On the 26th, 27th, 28th and 31st of October 2018, you will be invited in an underground vault to live the most demonic nights of your life. Devilish and possessed creatures will rendezvous during these three nights in Hell at 360 St-Jacques, to make you live festive nights full of horrors.

La Voûte

So let yourself be haunted for three nights by the bloodiest programming of the year, worthy of the greatest horror movies: terrifying choreography, a haunted circuit, more than 20 actors and dancers and 2 singers and nightmarish artistic stagings will be at the rendezvous, for a Halloween full of chills and thrills!

La Voûte

Want to dance with the Devil in the pale moonlight? For this new edition La Voûte will open the doors of Hell with DJs Chris N, Zack Cola, Evangelos Pavlis and Andrew Pololos.

So here is what you need to know about La Voûte‘s All Hallows’ Eve extravaganza :

Date: Friday 26, Saturday 27, Sunday 28 and the grande finale Wednesday 31 from 10PM to 3AM – The Halloween Ball
Location: 360 Rue Saint-Jacques, Montréal, QC H2Y 2N1
Entrance fee: 20$
Attire: Dress to Impress or Distress!
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Want a panic attack before all that? Try the 30 Hour Coffin Challenge at the Six Flags Fright Fest.

Featured image credit: La Voûte
First photo credit: La Voûte
Second photo credit: Bruno Guérin
Third photo credit: La Voûte
Fourth photo credit: Peter Ryaux-Larsen

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