Since 2004, the Humour Aveugle galas are a unique opportunity to combine the generosity of Quebecers and their love for comedy. Held twice a year, over one or two evenings, these very popular events amongst Montrealers offer a show lasting more than three hours, during which many renowned and next-generation comedians take the stage.
The Humour Aveugle galas have brought incredible visibility to the Quebec Foundation for the Blind. Thousands of spectators have been made aware of the Foundation’s mission.
First presented at the Gésu and then at the Olympia, the galas have been taking place at the Théâtre St-Denis in Montreal for over 10 years.
In previous editions, the audience enjoyed performances by François Léveillée, François Massicotte, Louis-José Houde, Steeve Diamond, Cathy Gauthier, Guy Nantel, Sylvain Larocque, Jean-François Mercier, Maxim Martin, Mario Jean, Peter Macleod, Jean-Michel Anctil, Martin Petit, André Sauvé, Lise Dion, Rachid Badouri, and many others.
The 29th Edition
There will be over three hours of performances on two nights; the host and guest comedians will be announced on humourveugle.ca.
Key Figures of the Humour Aveugles Galas
- 28 editions since 2004
- Over 100,000 spectators to date
- 8 comedians per gala
- More than 90 participating comedians
- Over 3 hours of performances
- 2,200 seats available per night
The Humour Aveugle Gala – 29th Edition
Saturday, November 19 and Sunday, November 20 at the Théâtre St-Denis