Sign in
EN - Things To Do

A 'Bridgerton' Ball Is Coming To Canada & It Sounds Dreamy AF

Will you be this season's Diamond?

A 'Bridgerton' Ball Is Coming To Canada & It Sounds Dreamy AF

If you, like the rest of the world, binged the Netflix series Bridgerton during lockdown, you'll probably be thrilled to find out that you can experience the swoon-worthy romantic world in real life.

Starting in 2022, The Queen's Ball: A Bridgerton Experience will be stopping in Montreal, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Washington, D.C., before touring the world.

"Her Majesty, the Queen, requests your presence as Netflix, Shondaland, and Fever present the social event of the year inspired by Netflix's hit series from Shondaland," said the press release.

The infamous Lady Whistledown will guide you through the immersive experience, which features music inspired by the hit show as well as Regency-era dancing and the chance to interact with characters.

You'll also have a chance to visit Madame Delacroix's modiste, as well as visit with the Queen herself to try and win the title of the diamond of the season.

A limited number of tickets will go on sale on September 16 for $45 each, but fans are encouraged to join the waitlist to avoid any disappointment.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.

In Quebec, a vaccine passport is required to access many businesses and activities deemed non-essential, including restaurants and bars.

Stay Informed
Get Montreal's latest and greatest stories every day straight to your inbox.

Stop wasting time searching for something to watch. You haven't truly Netflixed unless you've watched these series on Netflix Canada.

On our list is a diverse range of genres, everything from fantasy shows overflowing with magic to dramas that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

Keep Reading Show less

Osheaga Is Finally Coming Back To Montreal This Fall & Here's What You Need To Know

Tickets go on sale tomorrow and there are some big headliners!

Osheaga is finally returning to Montreal this fall after a year-long hiatus due to COVID-19, so get ready, festival-goers.

The music festival announced its anticipated return on Facebook with "OSHEAGA Get Together" on Thursday morning. According to the announcement, there will be three days of live music from Friday, October 1, to Sunday, October 3, with headliners like Jessie Reyez and more after multiple cancelled shows in 2020 and 2021 due to COVID-19.

Keep Reading Show less

That's gotta hurt! A couple has gone viral after a video of them smashing through a glass window in Montreal was shared online.

Security footage of the incident, which took place at Savvy Barbershop, initially shows the duo snuggling up against a window panel.

Keep Reading Show less

9 Shows To Stream This Weekend If 'Gossip Girl' Is Your Guilty Pleasure

If you can't get enough of the new Gossip Girl reboot. 🍿

Are you already hooked on the reboot about private students in the Upper East Side? Then we have nine shows like Gossip Girl you'll want to stream while you're waiting for the next episode.

In Canada, the show premiered on July 8, and there will be new content every Thursday on Crave.

Keep Reading Show less