Sign up for an Audience with joe in MONTREAL

F1 booming in North America, so there is sure to be a lot of demand for this year’s Audience with Joe event, the first post-pandemic Audience to take place in Canada. The format is the same: you get to ask questions to one of the most experienced F1 journalists, who hasn’t missed a race in 34 years…

The event will be on Friday night and will answer questions as best I can – and if I can’t tell you, I’ll explain why.

It’s a great opportunity to engage with fans and the Audiences with Joe not only do that, but also allow fans to meet one another and have fun with like-minded people. There is a whole evening of questions, plus a break for a buffet dinner. You can drink as much or as little as you like, but you buy the drinks.

The venue – where the audience has been since the start – is centrally-located, in the old port area of the city. And it is easy to get there from the circuit.

You will go to the track on Saturday with plenty of behind-the-scenes information about what is going on and why.

The Audience in Montreal will take place on Friday, June 17 at the Pub St Paul, 124 rue St-Paul Est, Vieux-Montréal, Québec H2Y 1G2.

To book tickets, click here

14 thoughts on “Sign up for an Audience with joe in MONTREAL

  1. Hi Joe, are you finding much of an increase in readership from the US?

    Wondering how much the Netflix crowd are actually engaging to the level of reading journo blogs etc

  2. Questions OF not to… or si non “get to question” Have you been in France too long?

  3. The Montreal race is June 17,18,19 this year. I’ve purchased my tickets though I’m guessing this should be the evening of the 17th not the 10th.

  4. All.

    I highly recommend this event. Joe’s insight of F1 is unparalleled.

    And you have an opportunity meet other like-minded F1 fans!

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