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What’s on in Montréal

An incredible cultural effervescence infuses entertainment venues, among the best in the country, and spills out into the streets, home to major international events and a host of free shows.

Please visit our site for the complete calendar of events during your stay in Montréal and our blog for more itinerary suggestions.

Looking for something to do that’s a bit off the beaten path? Want to see what’s on Montréal’s stages and screens tonight or tomorrow? Visit La Vitrine, Montréal’s last-minute ticket source for lots of fabulous entertainment ideas!

Event Calendar
From July 24 to 28, 2017

FESTIVALS

Aires Libres

www.aireslibres.com/en
Sainte Catherine Street turns into a pedestrian zone for artists and visitors between Berri and Papineau Streets.
Annually from May to August

Piknic Électronik

www.piknicelectronik.com
Every Sunday, discover the best of the electronic music scene in an environment created to stimulate the senses.
Annually from Mai to September

L’International des Feux Loto Québec

International des feux loto Québec
International pyrotechnic art competition featuring 10 high calibre pyromusical displays lasting 30 minutes each.
Annually in July and August

Just For Laughs Festival

www.hahaha.com
International pyrotechnic art competition featuring 10 high calibre pyromusical displays lasting 30 minutes each.
July 14 to 30, 2017

Festival International Nuits d’Afrique

Festival nuits d’Afrique
The best music from Africa and Latin America. 500 artists from over 30 countries, and activities for the whole family.
July 11 to 23, 2017

MEG Montréal Festival

www.megmontreal.com
MEG makes Montréal a high place of emerging culture with a mix of international A listers and local rising talents.
Annually in July

First Peoples’ Festival

www.presenceautochtone.ca
A multidisciplinary festival highlighting Amerindian and Inuit cultures through artistic events.
Annually in August

Osheaga, Music and Arts Festival

www.osheaga.com
A festival of music and arts, divided in three parts: Osheaga Arts, Osheaga in the City and Osheaga on the island. The biggest of its kind in Canada!
August 4 to 6, 2017

Zoofest & OFF JFL

www.zoofest.com
This comedy event also features dance, music, circus and theater and focuses primarily on discovery.
July 6 to 29, 2017

SPORTS

Montreal Impact

www.impactmontreal.com
The Montréal Impact is a professional soccer club playing in Major League Soccer (MLS).
Season begins in March

Montréal Alouettes

www.montrealalouettes.com
Come and cheer for the Montréal Alouettes, the 2010 Grey Cup Champions of the Canadian Football League.
Season begins in June

Rogers Cup presented by National Bank

www.RogersCup.com
The best tennis players in the world meet in one of the most prestigious tournaments on the professional tour.
August 7 to 13, 2017


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