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This Amazing NYE Event Is Perfect For Anyone Sick Of Toronto Clubs

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This Amazing NYE Event Is Perfect For Anyone Sick Of Toronto Clubs

After eating, drinking, and being merry during the holidays, there’s nothing like a good New Years Eve party to let off some steam and start the new year right with your squad! We all know there’s a lot happening on New Years in the Six, but if you’re anything like us and aren’t feeling the NYE club scene, a quick getaway to MTL for a trendy New Years Eve party is the perfect way to switch things up.

The New Year’s Eve Party is a massive event and a part of Merry Montreal (or Montreal en Fêtes), which is hosting a ton of awesome festivities and outdoor activities like Holiday Film Screenings and Christmas Karaoke. The awesome NYE Party this year promises to be unforgettable, kicking off with a large firework display over the Saint-Lawrence river followed by an outdoor dance party and performances by artists like Scott Helman and Son Real.

While you're there, be sure to check out Merry Montreal's other events, like their famous Christmas Market, which boasts a festive holiday atmosphere and magical lighting. Did we mention that the event offers different tasting packages for festival-goers? So whether you want to try over a dozen available microbrewery beers or to taste the products of local artisans, there's something for everyone.

It’s all happening December 1st-31st in the Old Port of Montreal, one of the oldest neighbourhoods in North America. With its European vibe, great restaurants, trendy boutiques, and unique hotels, it’s also a super romantic place to wander and spend the day or the weekend (aka the perfect place for a winter getaway with your SO).

If you live in Toronto, it’s all just a short 5-hour drive away, so start planning your trip now! The Coca Cola NYE Party event takes place on Saturday, December 31 at 7:00 PM - 2:00 AM EST.

Check out Merry Montreal's website for all the details and be sure to follow them on Facebook, and Twitter for more updates!

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