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M for Montreal 2015

M for memory making, for motivating and, oftentimes, for magic. But more than that, M for Montreal stands for M for amazing music. This year the tastemaking music festival and conference, which aims to assist up-and-coming artists not just at a local level, but internationally as well, is pulling out the stops for its 10th anniversary edition. For four days and nights, November 18-21, well over 100 local and international acts will be showcasing in more than 20 venues around Montréal in tandem with numerous conferences and networking opportunities with recognized music industry heavy hitters. Panels and workshops with specially selected delegates from around the world are a key feature of M for Montreal which, like the city it calls home, aims to strike that perfect work/play balance. “It’s really special for us to see many of the international delegates and media experience Montréal for the first time,” says M for Montreal programming director Mikey Rishwain. “And we try to build on that by making magic happen between business and pleasure.” The wizardry this year includes a markedly increased focus on electronic and hip-hop music. This is in addition to, of course, the usual onslaught of leading edge, mostly made-in-Montréal… / Read More →

Your September 2014 To Dos

School is back and so is the frenetic fall schedule in this city bursting with arts and culture. So crack open your fresh notebooks, and note down these things to do!

10 Incredible Photos From Osheaga 2014 In Montreal

Thousands of music fans and countless rock stars had many ways to say their praise for Osheaga this past weekend into Montreal, but one the band members from the Glasgow-based Chvrches put it best: “This is about one of the best festivals in the world.” (The crowd obviously agreed by going wild.) Our talented photographers Eva Blue and Susan Moss were on the Osheaga site all weekend capturing moments from the crowd, stage, and pit! Take a look at the 10 best:

Things to Do in Montreal: July 25-31

From early morning to late night, Montreal shines this week with stars of comedy, film, art and music, while the city’s parks and pop-up markets offer the perfect place to relax, shop or socialize…

Things to do in Montreal: July 11-17

As mid-July arrives in Montreal, the city streets fill with music, comedy, circus performances and outdoor markets alongside many ways to relax right downtown, in the parks and at the beach…

Things to Do in Montreal: July 4-10

Hit the city streets this week to find all kinds of free entertainment and that made-in-Montreal summer vibe – from the Jazz Fest to circus shows, fireworks to cultural feasts, Montreal teems with world-class talent…

Legends, Hitmakers & Electro at Osheaga 2014

Three days of music, sunshine, and happy, beautiful people make Osheaga an unforgettable way to spend a weekend in Montreal this summer. The three-day outdoor festival gets bigger and better every year, and the 2014 line-up proves that yet again…

Weekends du Monde bring the world to Parc Jean-Drapeau

Why go to all the time, effort and expense of traveling the world in search of cultural adventure when you can scratch that itch for free in Montreal every summer? For the tenth year running, Weekends du Monde (“Weekends of the World”) showcases the rich cultural traditions of many of the diverse communities that comprise Montreal in grand multi-sensory style…

Things to Do in Montreal: June 27-July 3

Montreal’s biggest summer festival arrives this week as Jazz Fest fills the streets and music venues of downtown with music and a celebratory atmosphere. The sun also shines on a circus festival and many more outdoor family activities, while at night see fireworks high above the city beginning June 28…