KM³ OFFICIAL OPENING
Place des Festivals
On August 30th starting at 5 pm, come to the grand opening of KM3, in the presence of the artists and dignitaries. Enjoy an eventful evening, with a culinary performance, bars and foodtruck Jerry Ferrer, unveiling of the KM3 works, guided tours, DJs, and many more surprises. Don’t miss it!
The event is free, however there is a $10 charge for participating in the Banquet exquis.
Le banquet exquis
An over-the-top neighbourhood banquet, crafted from Montrealers’ most treasured culinary memories. Inspired by the surrealist cadavre exquis game, a poetic pantry gives selected participants the chance to create menus in their image; chefs will then improvise delicious creations on the spot. 4 hours, 8 chefs, 12 cadavre exquis, countless stories to tell.
Every 15 minutes, a group will be invited to create a cadavre exquis. Each word will be matched with a food. This phrase will determine the 5 ingredients that make up the basis of a recipe that will be improvised before your eyes! A real challenge for the chef, who will have less than an hour to concoct this recipe.
Your ticket includes a culinary creation as an entrée (served one hour after your arrival).
Space is limited. Online ticket booking is recommended : www.inthemouth.ca (Until August 29 only)
Only a few tickets will be sold on site on August 30. First arrived, first served!
- Ségué Lepage, Chef (Ste-Cécile Épicerie)
- Minh Phat Tu, Chef (Orange Rouge)
- Fisun Ercan, Chef (Barbounia)
- Fiodar Huminski, Chef (Le bon vivant)
- Jeremiah Bullied, Chef (Sala Rosa) and culinary researcher
- Jason Morris, Chef (Fantôme)
- Jean-Michel Leblond, Chef (L’Espadon au Nicaragua)
- Blake MacKay, Chef, author, and food stylist
Free guided tours will be available to help you discover the works of KM3.
Departures every hour. Space is limited. Register on-site.
Starting at 5 p.m.
Creation and production of Le banquet exquis : Nicolas Fonseca and Judith Portier.
During the event, Montreal’s CIRKA distillery will serve signature cocktails featuring its gin and vodka in the Place des Festivals bars.