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La Nuit Tribe at Montreal’s Phi Centre is everything you can ever want in a Nuit Blanche celebration packed under one roof. The Phi Centre will command the centre of Montreal’s art universe on February 28th from 9 pm until 3 am in what will surely be an unforgettable evening with concerts, live art, an exhibition, a video installation and a food counter. The best thing about La Nuit Tribe? It’s free!
Music: A Tribe Called Red, AfrotroniX, and Arthur NOM DE PLUME will share in the glory of filling the Phi Centre with unbelievable beats.
Food: Served to you by Restaurant Manitoba
The Menu: Rustic ragout with goat, beef, pork, potatoes and lichen; Jerusalem artichoke soup with sunflowers and cedar; Old-fashioned doughnuts and burnt marshmallow.
Street Art: Don’t miss street artists Swarm and Red Bandit creating installations right in front of your eyes. You’ll also have the chance to see various pieces from each artist on display.
Video: Bear Witness of a Tribe Called Red will have a video installation on display along with Jeff Barnaby’s feature film Rhymes for Young Ghouls. selected for the evening by the members of A Tribe Called Red will also be screened.
La Nuit Tribe is an event you don’t want to miss. Remember, it’s limited access so make sure you get their early enough to guarantee yourself a spot!