Montreal Gay Dance Clubs

Montreal Gay Dance Clubs

Check out our list of the best gay clubs in Montreal. The Gay Village has incredible nightlife choices, and some of the biggest gay superclubs in Canada.

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Club Unity is the biggest gay bar in Montreal, and it’s located in the heart of the gay village. There are three bars as well as a rooftop.

The drinks are relatively cheap and multiple floors with different types of music playing. This is a place where you can have a lot of fun and dance like crazy.

The people here are laid back and friendly. This is the must-see gay club if you’re in Montreal.

If you show up late on a busy night you may have to queue.

nearest station : Beaudry

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bar, music, dancing

Updated: 29-Aug-2018

1171 St Catherine St E, Montreal


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This bar and gay club complex is the biggest in Montreal, and a real staple in the gay village. The club contains a downstairs pub, 2 restaurants, 4 rooms of music, a roof terrace, hot tub and even a spa!

Sky has a longstanding reputation in the gay village for being a powerhouse on the gay scene, and Friday and Saturdays nights here are extremely popular. The club hosts weekly events on these nights but is also open 7 days a week.

In the day, Sky functions as a bar and eatery but transforms into a gay superclub when the sun goes down, with jaw-dropping drag shows and great DJs. Music genres include pop, latino and house.

A visit to Montreal wouldn’t be complete without a weekend in Sky.

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bar, club, music, pub, restaurant, spa, jacuzzi

Updated: 08-Nov-2019

1478 St Catherine St E, Montreal

weekday: 14:00 - 00:00
weekend: 14:00 - 03:00

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Circus is a three level dance complex located in the centre of Montreal’s gay village which houses local and international dance DJs and live circus until the early morning.

The club is open from Thursday to Sunday from around midnight so is a great venue to go to if you want to carry on the party.

Entry is sometimes ticketed at around $20 if a special DJ event is taking place, so beware.

The club’s clientele is somewhat mixed despite being in the gay quarter, but if you’re looking for an exciting night out, Circus After Hours is the place to be.

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house, techno, trance, circus acts

Updated: 17-Oct-2019

917 St Catherine Street East, Montreal


weekend: 02:00 - 09:00

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Stereo is a secretive dance techno club located in Montreal’s gay village.

The club insists on no cameras, no bottle service and no bad attitude, as the venue has a true respect for the DJs they host.

If you’re interested in great music from world-renowned DJs, Stereo is the night for you.

Events are often ticketed so check the website for upcoming events before you arrive, as the club is very popular and often sells out.

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music, techno, dancing

Updated: 19-Jul-2018

865 St Catherine Street East, Montreal


weekend: 22:00 - 03:00

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Club Bolo is an LGBT country and line-dancing club located on the edge of Montreal’s gay village, offering a fun night out for an older crowd.

The experts throw a ‘practice parade on Friday evenings and the club is then open on Friday nights from 9pm-midnight for anyone and everyone; a great place to practice your box-step.

Bolo also hosts many shows special events on particular holidays, so keep a look out for their weekly schedule as it’s sure to be a fun and different evening.

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dancing, music, live shows

Updated: 19-Jul-2018

2093 Visitation St, Montreal


weekend: Friday 21:00 - 00:00

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MPU is a long-running gay dance party that takes place at Le Belmont. They often have themed parties, drag performances and even host Drag Race alumni.

It’s worth checking out if you want to meet the local scene queens. Dressing up and/or shirtlessness is encouraged.

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gay dance party

Updated: 17-Oct-2019

4483 St Laurent Blvd, Montreal


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