Montreal Festivals

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What is going on in Montreal, Quebec? Check out this list of festivals: film, music, food, theatre, art and family-friendly festivals. If it is happening in Montreal, it is listed here.

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Oct 28 to Nov 13
Celebrating Arabian culture, this festival features an array of cultural events, including live music, theatrical performances and a film festival. Art exhibitions and concerts by regional musicians and choral groups are also featured.



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Nov 03 to Nov 13
An impressive line-up of Francophone musical artists assemble for this annual event, which presents intimate concerts at various venues across the city.
  • Club Soda   Address: 1225, boulevard Saint-Laurent Montreal  QC  Canada  H2X 2S6



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Nov 10 to Nov 20
This international documentary film festival celebrates local and international documentary films that look at current social, political and environmental issues. In addition to film screenings, the festival also presents workshops, master classes and panel discussions.



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This annual winter festival brings people out into the beautiful winter wonderland of Parc Jean-Drapeau to enjoy various activities like tube sliding, ice hockey and skating on the St Lawrence River. The charming Boule de Neige and his band of entertaining friends welcome visitors to join in the fun for three consecutive weekends.
  • Parc Jean-Drapeau   Address: 1, circuit Gilles-Villeneuve Montreal  QC  Canada  H3C 1A9



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This highly anticipated annual film festival is a celebration of Quebecois and national cinema. Film screenings, workshops, exhibitions, master classes and social events make up the ten-day festival.



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Billing itself as three festivals in one, the Montreal High Lights Festival is a 10-day event that attracts visitors from near and far. The event consists of the Hydro Quebec Celebration of Light which includes a range of evening activities such as the Montreal All-Nighter, the Wine & Dine Experience where 50 of the city's best chefs prepare gastronomic delights for patrons and the Sun Life Financial Performing Arts event which features a variety of dance, theatre and musical performances.



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Held in March, Under the Snow celebrates and promotes independent music across various genres, from post-rock to experimental. Up-and-coming local artists and international musicians lead the public on a voyage of musical discovery during performances at various venues throughout downtown Montreal.



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The National Women’s Show invites you to attend the Ultimate Girl’s Day out! Discover innovative new products and services available just for women. Sample the latest beauty products, buy the newest kitchen gadgets and get amazing promotions and giveaways available only at the show! Find everything from food and wine sampling, celebrity guests, cooking demos, home renovation advice and travel ideas. Experiment with a new look, ask the experts for advice about hairstyles, make-up and fitness and see fashion shows for the latest style trends for night, day, work or play. Be entertained doing everything you love!



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This European art initiative came to Montreal in 2006 and highlights artistic movements influencing today's creative souls. For over two weeks, an international gathering of performing and moving image artists present their works to the public.



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Held annually in spring, FIFA is a 10-day festival that celebrates worldwide films on art and media art. This competitive event showcases hundreds of films, promoting cinematic artists from around the world and entertaining a diverse public.



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This film competition features film and video on all the different art forms, including cinema itself. Whatever a visitor's personal taste, there will be an entry that appeals.
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This multi-lingual literary festival hosts over 200 participants from around the world in a week of readings, lectures and soirees. Workshops, awards ceremonies and activities for children are also offered.



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Held at Thée du Gesù, la Grande Rencontre festival showcases traditional music and dance from various cultures through themed activities, concerts and workshops.



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Catering to children under six, this annual festival features a wide array of artistically-based activities to participate in and view, including hands-on workshops, film screenings and assorted stage performances.



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Le plus grand événement latin de l’année,
les meilleurs spectacles, instructeurs et DJs seront présents …
SOYEZ-Y AUSSI!

The biggest salsa event of the year,
the best performances, instructors and DJs will be there…
DON’T MISS IT!



Pour assister aux spectacles, ateliers et soirées dansantes il vous suffit de vous procurer votre passe complète ou votre passe soirée. Renseignez-vous auprès de la réception ou
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To make sure you don’t miss the shows, workshops and parties, all you need is to purchase a Full Pass or Night Pass. You can get more information at the reception or on the website...

www.montrealsalsaconvention.com


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  • Marché Bonsecours   Address: 350 Saint-Paul St. East Montreal  Quebec  CAN  H2Y 1H2



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The Convention is a 5-day Latin dance event from the 18th of May to 22nd of May, 2016. Nightly shows and weekend workshops are the main focal point of the Convention. In addition, there will be dance competitions that will take place on Saturday and Sunday.
The Convention will be a gathering of dance students, music lovers, entrepreneurs, event enthusiasts, dance masters and everyone who love music and dance, particularly Latin music. For five days they will share, learn, and expand their knowledge in dance and network through participating, watching, by just being present and being a part of something special.


Montreal Salsa Convention 2016
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The Montreal Salsa Convention is an annual event which aims to promote Latin music, dance and culture. Dazzling showcases, competitions and workshops are some of the highlights of this event. You can also discover the latest products and services available by our vendors throughout the weekend. Each year this festival gathers more than 5000 dance students and artists from all over the world.

Celebrating 10 years, this year’s event features the best DJ’s and a live band to make you dance all night.

Taking place from May 14-18th, 2014 at the Bonsecours Market, one of our city’s landmarks in the historical Old Montreal, it sure is the party of the decade not to be missed!
Tickets available online! The full pass is now at $219 until the 31st of March.

Contact us at 514-875-1398 or visit www.montrealsalsaconvention.com for more details.
  • Marché Bonsecours   Address: 350 Saint-Paul St. East Montreal  Quebec  CAN  H2Y 1H2



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La Convention est un événement de danse latine de 5 jours à partir du 19 mai au 23 mai 2016. Les spectacles en soirée et les ateliers en fin de semaine sont les points principaux de la Convention. Il y aura aussi une compétition de danse qui se tiendra le jeudi, vendredi et le dimanche.
La Convention est un rassemblement d'étudiants de danse, des amateurs de musique, des entrepreneurs, des amateurs d'événements, des maîtres de danse et tous ceux qui aiment la musique, de la danse et de la vie. Pendant cinq jours, ils vont partager, apprendre et approfondir leurs connaissances de la danse et leurs réseaux gr à leur participation, regarder et faire partie de quelque chose de spécial.
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The Convention is a 5-day latin dance event from the 13th of May to 18th of May, 2015. Nightly shows and weekend workshops are the main focal point of the Convention. There will also be dance competition that will happen on Thursday, Friday and Sunday.

The Convention will be a gathering of dance students, music lovers, entrepreneurs, event enthusiasts, dance masters and everyone who love music, dance and life most particularly Latin music. For five days they will share, learn, and expand their dance knowledge and network through participating, watching and just being there, being a part of something special.
You can get more information at the reception or on the website You can get more information at the reception or on the website
  • Marché Bonsecours   Address: 350 Saint-Paul St. East Montreal  Quebec  CAN  H2Y 1H2
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Acces Asie was created in order to increase the Asian presence in Quebec's cultural events and activities. The festival features comedy, dance, theatre, film, visual arts, music, poetry, new media and more, all performed or presented by Asian artists.



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This annual festival presents a diverse selection of cutting-edge digital artworks from more than 30 local and international artists. Elektra consists of exciting audio-visual performances, interactive installations, conferences and more. Held in May at various venues.
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Celebrating electronic music and digital artistry, this five-day event showcases emerging artists from a multitude of technological backgrounds. An array of innovative music events are held at a variety of indoor and outdoor venues around the downtown district.


Murcof @ MUTEK 2008 c Caroline Hayeur/Agence Stock Photo & Miguel Legault/www.miglego.com
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Montreal's Chamber Music Festival aims to celebrate and promote chamber music in all of its many forms by presenting concerts that combine it with other disciplines. The festival consists of a range of concerts both a jazz series and a concert series.



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This celebration of French language, music and song is one of the biggest of its kind in the world. Visitors have the opportunity to see performances by established artists as well as up-and-comers from various French-speaking countries around the world. More than 50 indoor shows take place during the event and each evening a number of free outdoor shows ensure the streets of downtown Montreal are filled with music as varied as world beat, rock, hip hop and electronic.



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Montreal's Fringe Festival is a performing arts event in which anyone is allowed to perform anything. Artists are chosen by a lottery, and all money made goes directly to performers. Nearly 100 shows have been offered at recent festivals so audiences have a variety of theatre to choose from.



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More than 250 artists take part in this highly anticipated annual celebration of creativity. Showcasing both professional and emerging artists, the festival takes place along BoulevArt (Ste. Catherine Street, between St. Hubert and Papineau).



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Jul 07 to Jul 10, Jul 14 to Jul 17, Jul 21 to Jul 24, Jul 28 to Jul 30
Montreal Children's Library presents the Fun in the Sun Children's Festival. Enjoy performances and workshops for children from ages 3 to 10. From July 7 to July 30, 2015, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at Cabot Square 2313 Ste-Catherine Ouest, Montréal H3H 1N2. Each Thursday and Friday between 10:30-11:30 you can join us at MAP | Make Art Public Mouvement Art Public right by the Atwater Market for a Story Time.


Fun In The Sun Children's Festival - Été au soleil
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Certainly at the top in world Jazz Festivals, this annual event brings the sounds of jazz to the streets of Montreal every summer. The festival brings in some of the world's greatest jazz performers as well as other renowned artists, and draws crowds of up to 2,000,000. Over 300 of the 400 shows are free and festivities and performances are held at many different venues.



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15th edition
JULY 2ND AND 3RD IN ETHEL PARKING
FROM JULY 7TH TO 10TH IN ARTHUR-THERRIEN PARK
FROM JULY 2ND TO 10TH ON WELLINGTON STREET
9 days of festivities, from July 2nd to 10th 2016 !
In 2016, the IPF will celebrate its 15th anniversary and will relive the finest moments of its previous editions. Therefore, Brazil, Cuba, Guadeloupe, Spain, Mexico, Australia, Japan and France will be celebrated again. A worldwide journey to the rhythm of percussions! Multiculturalism will be celebrated!
2016 will make you travel in these countries, a true, art, music, dance and percussion, discovery!
Thanks to a great diversity of artists and Masters of percussion, festivalgoers will live unforgettable moments. Through several activities, visitors will participate in the whole event, taking in both local and exotic culture.
Visitors can expect to become a part of the show through musicians and artists inviting them to participate in the show. Through activities, workshops and shows, with professional artists, festivalgoers will discover new cultures and expand their knowledge on world dances and music.
A cultural experience that will make you discover and grow!
In 2016, the International Percussion Festival will be held in Verdun ! In Arthur-Therrien Park, Verdun Auditorium, Wellington Street and Ethel Parking.
Every day, visitors will live a new cultural discovery!


Festival international de percussions
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Celebrate the diverse world cultures that have found a home in Montreal at Week-ends du Monde held in Parc Jean-Drapeau. Over two weekends in July, the park hosts a cultural showcase of dance, music and food in celebration of the cultures and traditions of all Montrealers.
  • Parc Jean-Drapeau   Address: 1, circuit Gilles-Villeneuve Montreal  QC  Canada  H3C 1A9
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Montreal is a circus arts capital, and the Circus Arts Festival showcases the talented and unique artists--from tightrope walkers to acrobats to human cannonballs--in a program of spectacular shows held at various venues over two exciting weeks.



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Established in 1987, Montreal's Music Festival Nuits d'Afrique is committed to showcasing a range of artists from Africa, Latin America, the Antilles and more. Local artists representing a variety of cultural backgrounds also perform during the festival.



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Come and experience the authentic global village at the 29th annual Festival International Nuits d’Afrique!

A world-class music event with an authentic and festive character that brings people together, the 29th edition of Festival International Nuits d’Afrique will be held from July 7 to 19, 2015 in Montreal.

Last year the festival attracted over 1 million visitors and was officially ranked amongst the top 11 major events by the City of Montreal. The festival boasts the largest proportion of tourists overseas and makes it one of the most renowned international music festivals in the world!

Throughout 13 days, from July 7 to 19 2015, the 29th edition will present more than 100 shows and activities from 35 countries, the greatest names of world music from Africa, the Caribbean and Latin America. This edition will kick off at the Metropolis with none other than the French group, Zebda, back after 12 years of absence!

From July 15 to 19, five days of FREE OUTDOOR SHOWS AND ACTIVITIES, for the whole family at Parterre du Quartier des spectacles in the heart of downtown Montreal. Not-to-miss : the special concert events, the ‘open-air’ dance and music workshops, the famous Timbuktu Market, the restaurants and outdoor terraces with typical and original flavours.

This one-of-a-kind experience offered by Nuits d’Afrique is a summertime must!



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Montreal's Festival International Nuits d’Afrique is honouring his 30th anniversary this year from July 12 to 24, 2016! A historical edition will be celebrating three decades of world music!

For 30 years, the Festival has been the North American gateway for music from Africa, the Caribbean and Latin America, 30 years of letting the public discover top international artists such as Salif Keita, Youssou N’Dour, Amadou and Mariam, Tiken Jah Fakoly, and many others.

More than 700 artists from 35 countries will perform all around the centre of Montreal. Evenings of events and original concepts will take place indoors (The Metropolis, The National, The Gesu, Club Balattou, Fairmount Theatre, The Sala Rossa) and outdoors in the Quartier des spectacles.

2016 NOVELTIES!

6 days of outdoors action : The Village Nuits d’Afrique will offer a 6th day of concert events and activities free of charge at the Quartier des spectacles! The Zone Familiale area will also be enlarged to welcome properly the numerous festival-goers, increasing year after year.


30th Anniversary of the Festival International Nuits d'Afrique
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Attracting over 50,000 spectators and around 100 race teams from all across North America, this annual event features vibrant dragon boat races, a vendors village, children's activities and International food kiosks. Races and events occur at the Olympic Basin in Parc Jean-Drapeau.
  • Parc Jean-Drapeau   Address: 1, circuit Gilles-Villeneuve Montreal  QC  Canada  H3C 1A9



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Street and stage comedy performances and galas in both English and French are featured at this long-standing festival, which showcases emerging and established performers from regional and international locales. Past guest stars have included the Monty Python cast members, Shaun Majumder and Godfrey.
  • Quartier Latin   Address: Rue St-Denis Montreal  QC  Canada
  • Theatre St-Denis   Address: 1594, rue Saint-Denis Montreal  QC  Canada  H2X 3K2



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Searching, discovering, falling in love, dancing, celebrating, this is MEG Montreal festival’s frantic pace from its beginnings to today, its 17th edition! Here, electric, urban, futuristic sounds, and other genres, sub-genres, trans-genres of contemporary music take by storm the St. Lawrence : its boulevard as its river, aboard its famous MEG BOAT. Festive? Not only. As a professional gathering, MEG Montreal reveals the local talent to international actors during the Osheaga MEG Pro panel. A real musical jungle expects you from July 23rd to August 2nd in the Montreal’s bush, do not miss it!



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The Divers/Cité Festival celebrates sexual diversity and features three main events: a week long cultural festival, Community Day and the GLBT (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered) pride parade.
  • The Gay Village   Address: Along rue Ste-Catherine from boulevard Rene-Levesque to rue Sherbrooke and from avenue de Lorimer to rue Berri Montreal  QC  Canada



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Montreal's Scottish Festival celebrates the history and culture of the city's Scottish inhabitants. Festivities include heavyweight competitions such as caber-tossing, highland dancing, solo piping and pipe bands, drumming and more. Concessions and a beer garden will be set up on site.



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Showcasing emerging local music acts and International performers, this annual event takes place in Parc Jean-Drapeau and has featured appearances by Coldplay, The Beastie Boys and Arctic Monkeys. A series of concerts are also featured at an array of club venues around the city.
  • Parc Jean-Drapeau   Address: 1, circuit Gilles-Villeneuve Montreal  QC  Canada  H3C 1A9



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Repercussion Theatre presents an all-female production of Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Julius Caesar. This political drama investigates the fine line between personal ambition and the general good, and —with a cast of only women— explores the relationship between gender and power. The production includes a high level of stage combat, live drumming, and (as always) a strong aesthetic style.
  • Parc du Mont-Royal   Address: . Montreal  QC  Canada
  • Parc Lafontaine   Address: Rue Sherbrooke Est Montreal  QC  CAN  H2L 3A8
  • Parc   Address: Villeray/Saint-Michel/Parc-Extension Montreal  QC  Canada


Taming of the Shrew
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Experience a traditional Japanese festival in the heart of Montreal! Thousands of visitors celebrate and learn about Japanese culture at this annual event, which includes performances, demonstrations, Japanese cuisine and various activities.



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Celebrate Argentina's national dance at the Montreal International Tango Festival held in the North American Capital of Argentine tango. The six-day festival consists of workshops during the day and concerts and milonga in the evenings.
  • Verdun   Address: Borough of Verdun Montreal  QC  Canada
  • Tango Libre   Address: 2485 Mont-Royal Ave. E. Montreal  QC  CAN



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Montreal's Italian Week is a major cultural festival held annually throughout the city. Specifically, Montreal’s Italian week is a festival that honors the beauty and diversity of Italy, allowing you to discover its musical culture , art, gastronomy and folk in the world. The festivities of Montreal's Italian Week create an intercultural space for discussion, discovery and sharing between different cultural communities.

Menu to a wide range of activities as much diverse as fascinating, filled with flavors and culture of the community featuring outdoor operas, fashion shows, car shows , concerts, literary events , art exhibitions, tastings and guided historical tours are only a brief overview of the cultural activities. This festival has existed for 21 years and has become a major event on the city's cultural scene, attracting more than 500,000 people.
  • Little Italy   Address: Petite-Patrie neighbourhood between rue Drolet and Clark and between rue Jean-Talon and Saint-Zotique Montreal  QC  Canada



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Occurring in August, this vibrant festival celebrates gay, lesbian and transgender culture through theater, art exhibitions, live concerts, variety shows, club events and a grand parade. Festivities occur at a variety of venues around the village and the city at large.
  • The Gay Village   Address: Along rue Ste-Catherine from boulevard Rene-Levesque to rue Sherbrooke and from avenue de Lorimer to rue Berri Montreal  QC  Canada



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Montreal’s Italian Week is a cultural festival that takes place annually across the city. Honouring Italy’s beauty and diversity, the festival invites you to discover its culture through music, gastronomy, fashion and folklore.

A wide range of festivities, both varied and fascinating, will allow you to savour the aromas and culture of this community. Opera, fashion show, Ferrari parade, classical and popular music concerts, literary events, art exhibitions, tastings and guided historical tours are but some examples of the activities throughout this festival. There is something for everyone!

This year, the Emilia-Romagna region will be honoured by celebrating the 200th anniversary of the great Maestro Giuseppe Verdi as well as other activities. For its 20th edition, Montreal's Italian Week invites you to come and enjoy the festivities from August 9th to 18th, 2013, in several boroughs across Montréal: St-Léonard, Notre-Dame-de-Gr, Rivière-des-Prairies, LaSalle, and the final weekend on St-Laurent boulevard in Little Italy.
  • Rivière des Prairies   Address:
  • Old Montreal   Address: . Montreal  QC  Canada
  • Little Italy   Address: Petite-Patrie neighbourhood between rue Drolet and Clark and between rue Jean-Talon and Saint-Zotique Montreal  QC  Canada


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Occurring annually in August on McGill College avenue between Maisonneuve and Sainte-Catherine street, this event features an array of fashion shows showcasing emerging designs, live music, open-air boutiques and club events.



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For the 10th Escales Improbables festival, 83 artists take us off the beaten track with puzzling shows. Music, drama, dance, performances and live graphic arts give you a rendezvous from the 2nd to the 15th of September 2012, on the Quartier des Spectacles from the 2nd to the 11th of September for Escales de Ville/city program ; on the Quays of the Old Port of Montreal for Escales de Jour/day program from the 7th to the 9th of September ; and at Usine C from the 11th to the 15th of September for Escales de Nuit/night program. An unusual and creative strolling for all.

City programm / Free entrance / Quartier des Spectacles
Day program / Free entrance / 1:30 pm- 6:30 pm / Quays of the Old Port of Montreal, in Bonsecours island
Night program / Admission charge / Usine C, 1345, Lalonde Avenue


9th Escales Improbables de Montreal Festival
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The largest attended film festival in the Western World. This annual event attracts film makers from over 60 countries and offers a truly eclectic range of cinema. All the theatres showing the entries are within easy walking distance of each other.



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Pop Montreal is a festival that celebrates alternative and independent music and artists from Montreal, across Canada and the world. Past performers include Canadian favourites Stars, Metric, Sam Roberts, The Dears, Broken Social Scene, Feist and Arcade Fire, as well as popular American artists such as The Black Keys, Beck, Queens of the Stone Age and Interpol. The festival takes place at a number of clubs and venues across Montreal.



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An annual event province-wide, this festival celebrates culture through a variety of festivities, including interactive opportunities at dance and art studios, museums and other venues city-side. Participants are welcomed to explore a wide range of cultural practices and creative processes in free demonstrations and festivities over the three-day event.



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The Black and Blue Festival is a non-stop party featuring music, dance and other events.
  • The Gay Village   Address: Along rue Ste-Catherine from boulevard Rene-Levesque to rue Sherbrooke and from avenue de Lorimer to rue Berri Montreal  QC  Canada
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Over nine days, the L'Off Festival de Jazz presents approximately 200 performers in a passionate and creative program of concerts.



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Revel in three nights of extravagant entertainment during a delightfully burlesque showcase of cabaret talent from around the world. Join the Burlesque revival!
  • Club Soda   Address: 1225, boulevard Saint-Laurent Montreal  QC  Canada  H2X 2S6



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Showcasing beers from around the world, this festival occurs over five days at the Palais des congrès in downtown Montreal. Tastings, workshops, conferences and demonstrations are just a sample of the events offered.



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