Montreal Parades

• A Travel Guide to Parades in Montreal, Quebec.
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Mar 19
Launching from Fort and Ste-Catherine Streets at noon, Montreal's Saint Patrick's Parade is a major annual event that has been held since 1824. Headed by a monumental replica of Saint Patrick himself, the parade celebrates the patron saint of Ireland, Montreal's Irish community and the coming of spring. Join a crowd of more than half a million to watch the spectacle march through downtown Montreal.

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Jun 24
This marks the festival of St. Jean de Baptiste, a very significant celebration of culture and identity throughout Québec. During the day there is a children's parade and a big Fête Nationale parade in the evening along Notre Dame Street. This is followed by an evening musical and fireworks show held in Bellerive and Maisonneuve Parks.
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Jun 24
In celebration of Quebec's Saint Jean the Baptiste day, this day-long festival features a grand parade, an array of family activities and a concert showcasing French Canadian artists. The holiday parade route follows Sherbrooke street from Parc Baldwin to Parc Maisonneuve, where the remaining festivities occur.
  • Parc Maisonneuve   Address: 4601, rue Sherbrooke Est Montreal  QC  Canada  H1X 2B1

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Sep 27
When: 9/27/2015
10 am
Where: Metro station Place des Arts Le Parterre du Quartier des Spectacles, Place des Arts Le Parterre du Quartier des Spectacles
Price: Free

The Farha Foundation, Quebec’s leading HIV/AIDS fundraising organization, officially launches ÇA MARCHE 2015, in partnership with ALDO FIGHTS AIDS. The 23rd edition of the annual Montreal fundraiser not only comes with a new partner but also with a new attitude. This year’s “A Parade to End HIV/AIDS” aims to energize the community by encouraging everyone to dance, walk and move their way through the streets of Montreal to raise awareness and funds for the fight for the cause. This year, ÇA MARCHE 2015, will take place on Sunday, September 27, 2015 at a new time with the warm-up beginning at 10 a.m. Participants will be encouraged to express their solidarity through the streets of downtown Montreal, starting with the opening ceremony at 11 a.m. and concluding with celebrations at 1 p.m. taking place at the iconic Quartier Des Spectacles for the first time. Everyone is urged to join the Farha Foundation and ALDO in the fight against HIV/AIDS. ÇA MARCHE 2015 Details When: Warm-up/Pledge Returns: 10 a.m. Opening Ceremony: 11 a.m. Arrival/Celebration: 1 p.m. Where: Metro station Place des Arts Le Parterre du Quartier des Spectacles.
  • Place des Arts   Address: 175 St. Catherine Street Ouest Montreal  QC  Canada  H2X 1Z8

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