10 Hybrid event venue options in Montréal

published on January 27, 2021
Montréal Partners Trends and Technology

Hybrid events are no longer a trend — they are now a cornerstone of the events industry. In an ideal context, anyone who was interested would attend your in-person meeting. But life presents curveballs, and even after we’ve emerged on the other side of this current pandemic, there will always be a section of your audience unable to be physically present at an event, yet still wanting access to your exceptional content. That’s why venues offering hybrid solutions are more relevant than ever.

These Montréal studios provide a perfect backdrop for hybrid events.

 

Windsor Ballrooms

The Windsor Ballrooms is an iconic venue located in the heart of Montréal. In collaboration with audio-visual company Productions Eventex, one of their celebrated ballrooms has been converted into a fully functional studio. The studio's sophisticated stage, LED screens, and online platform will impress your remote spectators. Bonus: Windsor Ballrooms offers turnkey solutions for all types of events.

lewindsormontreal.com/en

 

Cirque Éloize

Located in the former Dalhousie Station (a historic building in Old Montréal), the creative studios of Cirque Éloize adapt to all types of events. With their qualified technical team—including the director in residence and a smorgasbord of webcasting equipment— Cirque Éloize is able to organize face-to-face, hybrid, or 100% virtual events. Leave the bending over backwards to the acrobats!

eloize-events.com/en

 

Hôtel Le Germain Montréal

Part of the dynamic set of Germain Montréal meeting rooms, the Expo studio is perfectly suited for hybrid or virtual events. The technology and the know-how of the in-house team ensures an authentic two-way immersive experience. Plus, those stunning Germain hotel suites are just steps away.

germainhotels.com/en

 

Complexe Desjardins

In the heart of Montréal’s entertainment district, La Grande-Place is an ideal site to host virtual and hybrid events. Equally as important as location is flexibility. The space enables events to be presented in different forms: simultaneous broadcasting platforms, distinct ambience zones, awards ceremonies, galas, festive celebrations for the general public, live performances, and more. La Grande-Place is a welcoming space, one that ensures both creativity and meaningful social interactions.

Check out this video visit of La Grande-Place...

complexedesjardins.com/en

 

Le Monastère

A non-profit organization that distinguishes itself by marketing a unique concept: circus cabaret evenings. With various options that will brighten up an event, Le Monastère makes unforgettable moments—including little surprises for your audience. Depending on your needs, they offer a full-serve package or adapted events. Either way you get extraordinary added value in a virtual context.

le-monastere.ca/en

 

Happening

The Happening event agency—best known for its high-end decors and attention to detail—now offers a webcast studio directly on its premises. In addition to providing reliable, professional, and secure technology, the team uses their years of experience to create an environment unique to your brand. Their goal: make the organization of your virtual event simple, but the result memorable.

happening.ca/en

 

Palais des congrès de Montréal

Montréal’s own convention centre now offers a high-tech video and podcast studio for creating customized digital content. Entitled Palais Média Propulsion, the space is a veritable canvas the digital arts: videos, podcasts, interviews, live recordings, and editing capabilities specific for social media. In short, the Montréal convention centre is anything but conventional.

congresmtl.com/en/hybrid

 

Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth

The Saint-Paul meeting room offers a studio to host virtual meetings, with top quality equipment in a safe and controlled environment. Additionally, a fully redesigned business hub located on the penthouse level, Espace C2, is able to accommodate up to 220 guests in a variety of configurations, making it the perfect backdrop for a hybrid event.

fairmont.com/queen-elizabeth-montreal/meetings

 

TKNL Studios

A combination of experts from the events and television industries, TKNL Studios is a wonderful option for implementing unique, impactful concepts. And they’re not just technical partners. TKNL Studios offer directors, content producers, and virtual platform managers, all in a space that has been designed to uphold the strictest sanitary regulations.

tknl.com/en-virtual

 

Encore

Encore is more than a venue — they’re a global leader in event planning and A/V technology. The company is the exclusive onsite event provider of choice at more than 2,300 venues. Whether you need a solid technology platform or professional production services, Encore has a hybrid or event solution to meet the needs of your event type and participants. (Photo: Lachine location)

encore-can.com

 

 

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