Montreal Alouettes Mise-o-jeu Training Camp Open to Public
Montreal - The public is invited to the Montreal Alouettes Mise-o-jeu Training Camp which will be held from May 20 to June 9 in Montreal, a first since 1996.
The vast majority of practices will be open to the public, and fans will have the chance to see nearly 90 players try to earn their wings and be part of the 2018 Montreal Alouettes. Attendance is free of charge.
The 2018 training camp will be branded Mise-o-jeu due to a partnership between the Alouettes and Loto-Québec.
"We are proud to team up with Loto-Québec, especially the Mise-o-jeu brand, and to be able to count on the support of a partner with such a high profile," said Patrick Boivin, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Montreal Alouettes.
"Mise-o-jeu is closely tied to the world of sport, it was natural for us to be involved with the Alouettes, a team with deep roots in Montreal and across Quebec for nearly 75 years," said for his part Louis Beaudet, Director, Sports & Entertainment Betting at Loto-Québec.
As part of the Alouettes' Mise-o-jeu Training Camp, a special day will be organized for fans on May 20, at the Olympic Stadium. The CKOI station will enhance the day through their hosts and music. Alouettes' cheerleaders and former players Steve Charbonneau, Bruno Heppell and Peter Dalla Riva will also be present to sign autographs. In addition, fans will have access to an Alouettes boutique. The event will take place close to the football field located between the Olympic Stadium and the Saputo Stadium.
On May 31, the Alouettes will play their first preseason game in Ottawa against the REDBLACKS, at 7:30 p.m. Fans will get to see their team at home for the first time this year on June 9, at 12 p.m., at Percival Molson Stadium, as the Hamilton Tiger-Cats will be in town for the last exhibition matchup. For this game, a ticket for a child under 12 is offered at a low price of $ 5 when an adult ticket is purchased at the regular price. Click here for details.
Tickets for the home opener on June 22 are now available starting at just $29 or $15 for students at www.MontrealAlouettes.com or at 514-787-2525 (Toll-free 1-844-575-2525). This will mark the first of five Budweiser Friday Night Lights in a fun and renewed atmosphere with $7 Budweisers !
. Several new options are available to football fans, including the All-You-Can-Eat Section (at $76 per game) and the three-game (or six-game) Discovery Pack that includes one game on the BBQ Quebec Terrace with a foodie meal, one game in the All-You-Can-Eat Section and one game in the General Admission Section for only $189 taxes incl.
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