How do I get to the Quartier des Spectacles?
There are several options: by metro (3 stations*), by bus (ten lines), by bike (several Bixi stations and free parking is available at the Saint-Laurent metro).
More information online.
*Place des Arts metro station: Please note that de Bleury’s North exit is closed, as well as, the tunnel connecting the Jeanne-Mance entryway and Place des Arts. In that regard, Place des Arts metro station does not provide access to people with restricted mobility.
I’m taking the metro to the site. Which station and exit should I take to get to my assigned zone?
In order to ease your travel, limit contact and ensure physical distancing, we suggest these routes:
Place des Arts metro station, de Bleury exit. Once outside, go South on de Bleury St. until you reach Sainte-Catherine St.
Saint-Laurent metro station. Once outside, go West on de Maisonneuve Blvd. until you reach Saint-Urbain St.
Saint-Laurent metro station. Once outside, go West on de Maisonneuve Blvd. until you reach Saint-Urbain St. and then go South to 1444 Saint-Urbain St.
Which streets will be closed to traffic?
The area comprised between Saint-Laurent Blvd., Saint-Catherine St, de Bleury St. and Président-Kennedy Ave. are closed to traffic. Saint-Urbain St. will remain accessible to allow entry to Complexe Desjardins, Place des Arts and Indigo parking lots.
Can I join someone in a different zone than mine?
No, you must stay in your respective zones for the whole duration of the screening.
What time should I arrive at the site?
We recommend that you plan to arrive in advance before the start of the game so that you don't miss any of the broadcast. The site opens at 6pm on the day of the game.
Which entrance should I use?
You must respect the entrance assigned to your respective zone: A (orange), B (red) or C (blue). Please note that a security check will be performed at each entrance.
Is the site accessible to people with restricted mobility?
Yes, the entire site is accessible to people with restricted mobility. However, only Zone C (blue) offers adapted restrooms, a reserved space and a private access from Saint-Catherine St.
Are there any spaces reserved for people with restricted mobility?
Yes, Zone C (blue) offers a space dedicated to people with restricted mobility, including adapted restrooms and a private access from Saint-Catherine St.