How much do Galas tickets cost?
- Category 1 : $153,25*
- Category 2 : $103,25*
- Category 3 : $73,25*
*Taxes and service charges included. Shipping extra.
How can I purchase Galas tickets?
Online : Click here for e-tickets
At Palais Montcalm’s box office :
- Phone 418-641-6040
- At the counter 995, Place D’Youville. Opening time : Monday to Friday – 12h to 18h; Saturday – 12h to 17h; Sunday – Closed (open on show days); On show nights, the box office remains open until 20h30.
What is the box office opening time?
- Monday to Friday – 12h to 18h
- Saturday – 12h to 17h
- Sunday – Closed (open on show days)
On show nights, the box office remains open until 20h30.
What can I access with a Gala ticket?
A Gala ticket gives you access to one (1) Gala ComediHa! of your choice.
When and how will I receive my Galas tickets?
Get your tickets by email, then print them out or show them at the door on your mobile device. E-tickets are issued free of charge.
- Box office
Pick up your tickets directly at the box office. You will be asked to show a piece of ID with an address. There is no pick-up charge.
You also have the option of receiving your tickets by mail. A service charge of $3 per order will be applied. Please allow 10 business days for delivery.
What are the Galas ComediHa!?
The ComediHa! Galas are six high-profile, broadcast-ready shows hosted at Palais Montcalm. For the 21st annual ComediHa! Fest, presented by Videotron – coming to Quebec City August 12 to 23, 2020 – festival-goers can look forward to seeing some of their favourite acts along with a fresh-out-of-the-oven batch of up-and-coming performers. They will be joined by a multitude of guest artists to treat audiences to a wide range of original programming.
How much time should I arrive in advance when attending a Gala ComediHa!?
Because ComediHa! Galas are recorded for potential television broadcast, it is important to be in the hall at least 15 minutes before the start of the show (7:45 p.m.). If you arrive any later, you will be asked to sit elsewhere for the first part of the performance.
Where are the Galas ComediHa! venues?
ComediHa! Galas are hosted at Palais Montcalm (Raoul-Jobin Hall), 995 Place D’Youville, Quebec City.
Where can I park near the Palais Montcalm?
Public Parking Lots and Garages
There are a number of pay parking facilities close by, including Place D’Youville (SPAQ), the Quebec City Convention Centre, the provincial parliament building, city hall and Hotel Palace Royal.
Avoid the traffic jams: carpool or take public transit!
Details at ville.quebec.qc.ca
Unless the signage indicates otherwise, on-street parking is metered Monday to Saturday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Sunday, 10 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Details at ville.quebec.qc.ca
Park & Ride
Want to combine the flexibility of a car and the convenience of public transit? Parc-O-Bus, a service offered through the RTC transit authority, lets you park for free and hop on a bus to get to where you’re going – quickly and easily!
Details at rtcquebec.ca
Is there any special considerations to take into account for patrons with reduced mobility?
Palais Montcalm is accessible to patrons with reduced mobility. Upon arrival, the staff will direct you to a pre-reserved seating area.
When ordering your tickets at the box office or over the phone (418-641-6040), please inform the attendant of your needs.
Larger seats can be made available in Raoul-Jobin Hall for plus-size patrons. Feel free to enquire for further information by clicking here.
Assistive Listening Devices
Palais Montcalm is equipped with a small-area portable FM transmission system, which provides clear reception anywhere in the hall. Assistive listening receivers are available for free at the coat check. You may pair your receiver with your own headphones if you wish.
What items are prohibited at the Galas ComediHa!?
Animals (except guide dog)
Weapons and blunt objects
Stick and ball of all kinds
Glass bottle and container
- Canned beverage
Drugs (except medication)
Large backpack, camping gear
Musical instrument and megaphone
Item intended for sale / promotion without written and signed permission from ComediHa! Fest-Quebec.
Any item that could represent a danger to other spectators safety (staff has the right to judge what is not tolerable on the sites.)