Montreal Mixed Slowdance!

Sherwin Tjia

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With a lending library of designated dancers for all you wallflowers, and a dancecard-booklet to set up dances in advance (should you choose to), Montreal Slowdance has all slow songs, all night long! (Except for the occasional intermission when we play the fastest songs we can find!)

It's high school with a happy ending. Come and experience why slow is beautiful, and why love is not ironic.

This event is MIXED and for EVERYONE: queer, straight, bi, poly, non-gender-binaried, those who identify as Complicated and those who are Late-Onset Awesome.

Doors at 9:15 PM
Dance starts at 10 PM and continues to 2:45 AM.

Hosted by Sherwin Tjia

HORAIRE / SCHEDULE

  • Saturday 27 May 2017 / 22:00

1200 minutes
Pour âges / For ages 18+
Retardataires / Latecomers : 1200 minutes

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