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Montreal Circuit Heat

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Photos by Luc Richard
Story by Joseph Alexiou


Wonderfully bilingual Montréal—a staple of gay Canada and well known for great party scenes (even the straight ones!) will be host to the Hot & Dry weekend May 14 to 18. Organized by BBCM, the folks behind a major circuit-party stop, the Black & Blue Party, Hot & Dry is the popular "Victoria Day" weekend event.

The eponymous main event is on Saturday the 16th, starting at 10 p.m. until 9 a.m. the next morning at the Cabaret du Musée Juste Pour Rire ("Just for Laughs"). The "prominent" DJ's playing at the party haven't been announced yet, but will be posted soon on the website.

 The Fresh Party, the weekend's second event, is at Parking from 10-3 a.m. with music by DJ One and DJ David Morales, afterwords followed by the after hours at Circus After Hours, spun by The Cube Guys from Italy. Tickets for the individual parties are $25-$30, but partial and full weekend passes are $45 or $85.

So, practiquer votre français for the sexy Montréal boys, but don't pack a towel—the forcast for that weekend is hot and dry!

Photo 011

Photos by Luc Richard
Story by Joseph Alexiou


Wonderfully bilingual Montréal—a staple of gay Canada and well known for great party scenes (even the straight ones!) will be host to the Hot & Dry weekend May 14 to 18. Organized by BBCM, the folks behind a major circuit-party stop, the Black & Blue Party, Hot & Dry is the popular "Victoria Day" weekend event.

The eponymous main event is on Saturday the 16th, starting at 10 p.m. until 9 a.m. the next morning at the Cabaret du Musée Juste Pour Rire ("Just for Laughs"). The "prominent" DJ's playing at the party haven't been announced yet, but will be posted soon on the website.

 The Fresh Party, the weekend's second event, is at Parking from 10-3 a.m. with music by DJ One and DJ David Morales, afterwords followed by the after hours at Circus After Hours, spun by The Cube Guys from Italy. Tickets for the individual parties are $25-$30, but partial and full weekend passes are $45 or $85.

So, practiquer votre français for the sexy Montréal boys, but don't pack a towel—the forcast for that weekend is hot and dry!


Photos by Luc Richard
Story by Joseph Alexiou


Wonderfully bilingual Montréal—a staple of gay Canada and well known for great party scenes (even the straight ones!) will be host to the Hot & Dry weekend May 14 to 18. Organized by BBCM, the folks behind a major circuit-party stop, the Black & Blue Party, Hot & Dry is the popular "Victoria Day" weekend event.

The eponymous main event is on Saturday the 16th, starting at 10 p.m. until 9 a.m. the next morning at the Cabaret du Musée Juste Pour Rire ("Just for Laughs"). The "prominent" DJ's playing at the party haven't been announced yet, but will be posted soon on the website.

 The Fresh Party, the weekend's second event, is at Parking from 10-3 a.m. with music by DJ One and DJ David Morales, afterwords followed by the after hours at Circus After Hours, spun by The Cube Guys from Italy. Tickets for the individual parties are $25-$30, but partial and full weekend passes are $45 or $85.

So, practiquer votre français for the sexy Montréal boys, but don't pack a towel—the forcast for that weekend is hot and dry!

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