Her Majesty Queen Charlotte is requesting Bridgerton fans’ attendance at a live event in Montreal this week.
Netflix and Shondaland have teamed up to present The Queen’s Ball A Bridgerton Experience, which includes an immersive Regency-era soirée from the hit Netflix series Bridgerton.
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The in-person event takes place in four cities across North America: Chicago, Washington, Los Angeles, and Montreal.
The event will host various sessions from this weekend until the end of June, the first of which starts Sunday, May 22.
The ball will transport guests back to London, England’s Regency-era, where they can enjoy a bundle of experiences relating to the show, including a live ball dance accompanied by a string quartet.
“Prepare to mingle with other members of the Ton and partake in an evening of music and dance featuring acrobatic performances, interactive experiences, a stunning dance show, delicious cocktails, and much more, all accompanied by the iconic Bridgerton soundtrack,” says the Bridgerton Experience website.
Guests will be transported to the year 1813 in Mayfair, London, to interact with performers dressed in exquisite period costumes bringing the Regency era to life.
Various sessions of The Queen’s Ball begin May 19, from Wednesdays to Sundays. Each event is 90 minutes long.
Guests are encouraged to dress up for the ball, though it is not mandatory. Event organizers say the event is 17+. As for the location, Arsenal Contemporary Art Montreal will be transformed into a beautiful ballroom. Talk about going all out.
Tickets start at $49 per person. Fans can book the room for private events and groups of ten or more.
Have a ball!
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When: Various sessions starting May 19
Time: Various time slots in 90-minute intervals
Where: L’Arsenal contemporary art, 2020 William Street, Montreal
Price: Starts at $49
For tickets and/or more information, visit the website.