New City Gas
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Address: 950 Ottawa Street, Montreal, Quebec, H3C 1S4
Program: Opening Night
Date and Time: August 22nd from 9:00 PM to 11:00 PM. Doors open at 8:00pm.
Contact: Contact | New City Gas / +1 514-879-1166
This event will not be streamed and will only be available in person.
New City Gas is a large and versatile venue located in an industrial space dating back to 1859, where various events are organized.
The general entrance is located on the south side of Ottawa Street, between Ann Street and Robert-Bourassa Boulevard.
Access to New City Gas is only permitted for individuals aged 18 and above.
No outside alcohol is permitted at any time.
People wishing to get some fresh air will be able to leave and re-enter by showing their stamp to the security staff.
Space access and navigation
WheelchairNew City Gas is a heritage site in Montreal and, as such, it may not have been originally constructed to fully comply with ACA/ADA standards. However, the venue's staff will be happy to provide specific accommodations to any guest who informs them in advance of their needs.
Bathrooms2 wheelchair accessible bathrooms without grab bars are available, on each side of the dancefloor, located in the same place as the other bathrooms.
Stairs and elevatorsThere are stairs to access the room and the balconies. People with reduced mobility have access to the freight elevator, by notifying security personnel.
WaterPlease bring an empty reusable water bottle.
You can then fill your water bottle in the bathrooms.
Available foodNo food will be provided during our event at New City Gas.
Support and harm reduction
Chill zoneA chill zone with benches will be set up in the NFT area.
GRIP kiosk and harm-reduction volunteersPresent in all of our events, GRIP (Research and psychosocial intervention group) informs on the realities of substance uses and combinations, reducing the risks of consumption-related harm.
GRIP staff will be present to support people’s experiences, identifiable in purple GRIP shirts. They are sober and trained in harm-reduction.
A kiosk containing educational information and harm reduction materials about safer consumption will be located near the NFT exhibition and the toilets.
Non-alcoholic beveragesThe bar offers a variety of non-alcoholic beverages.
Support animalsSupport animals are allowed but their presence is not recommended given the high sound frequencies.
Child careChild care is not provided for this event.
Accessible transitTo use the STM’s Accessible Transit service, visit https://www.stm.info/en/para
BikeAnn and Wiliam streets are shared paths.
BixiA Bixi drop-off station is available on Ann/Weliington.
Robert-Bourassa / Ottawa : bus 15, 42, 44, 47, 90, 60, 96E, 123, 124, 168, 300, 321, 323, 401, 500, 600
Robert-Bourassa / Wellington : bus 55, 168, 178, 177
Wellington / Ann : 35, 61, 715
Peel / Ottawa : 74, 107, 715
ParkingYou can park your vehicle in the surrounding streets in compliance with current regulations.
Tim Hecker & Vincent de Belleval’s performance makes extensive use of fog.
EarplugsEarplugs are available for free.
EarPeace earplugs, which offer optimal protection without compromising sound quality, are available for purchase at our merchandise stand located at the venue entrance.