With over two decades on the market, Casino de Montréal is getting ready to celebrate a quarter of a century in the industry on a glamorous event scheduled for Saturday, July 27. The guests will be entertained by Gregory Charles, while Panzera & Rozzi’s Famous Fireworks (in collaboration with L’ International des Feux Loto- Québec) will be in charge for the spectacle of the evening.
Since the same companies were involved in setting up the fireworks for Montréal’s 375th anniversary in 2017 and James Bond movies tribute event in 2018, the expectations run high.
A Special Set of Tickets for the Casino’s Most Loyal Members
As announced, the fireworks display will feature songs by the glitterati of the Québec’s music scene – Simple Plan, Celine Dion, Marie-Mai, Hubert Lenoir, and Loud. To reflect on the number of years during which Casino de Montréal has been a part of the Québec community, the musical part of the program will cover the past 25 years, from 1993 onwards. The tickets for the fireworks display and Gregory Charles’ performance can be purchased online.
The most loyal members of Casino de Montréal will be rewarded by the operator with the special set of membership cards, which the Prestige, Prestige Plus, and Sélect members can collect at the Casino Privilèges counter.
About Casino de Montréal
Casino de Montréal was opened on October 9, 1993, and it is currently the largest gambling resort in Canada, covering approximately 526,480sq/ft. The casino is opened 24/7, offering around 3,000 gaming cabinets, over 100 casino tables, and a separate Casino de Montréal Poker Room.
The minimum bet at the casino is CA$0.01 (depending on the selected game), and the offer includes baccarat, blackjack, poker, roulette, keno, slots, craps, war, sic bo, and wheel of fortune.
When not gambling, the patrons will be able to enjoy the Cabaret du Casino rich entertainment program, music shows, exclusive Cabaret parties, etc. Between July 4 and August 31 this year, the Cabaret du Casino will feature a total of 36 “Elvis Experience” shows. The act is set up by Martin Fontaine (accompanied with a gospel choir and a band of 14 musicians) and prepared exclusively for the Cabaret, fully re-enacting the King of Rock’s iconic performances.